Steve Boysun, Jr.

Thursday, November 19, 2020
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Steve Boysun, Jr. was born on May 18, 1942 in Roosevelt County, Mont. to Steve Boysun, Sr. and Louise Kassner. He was raised in the country and joined by a younger sister, Bonnie Boysun, when he was 10 years old. Steve attended high school in Wolf Point, where he graduated in 1960.

After high school, Steve enlisted in the Navy and was

a corpsman. He was stationed on ships in the Pacific and visited Japan. While in the Navy, he sailed over the Equator, earning him the honor of Shell Back. Steve worked in the oil fields, then later for Waggoners Trucking Company, and finally as an electrician for Burlington Northern Santa Fe.

Steve had many hobbies. He enjoyed fishing, boating, and camping. He enjoyed learning new things and had started to learn Mandarin. He learned how to tie fly fishing lures and to fly fish. As a young man, he learned how to scuba dive and ski. Steve was also an excellent bowler and archer. He enjoyed hunting, both with black powder and rim fire rifles. He enjoyed going metal detecting, and panning for semiprecious stones. Steve loved to travel and made friends easily. He was very generous and was always available to help his friends. He loved reading books, listening to music, and watching historical programs.

Steve married Bobbie Jo and divorced. They had one child, Kristi Boysun (Thomas Moore). Steve has three grandchildren whom he loved very much. He enjoyed spending time with them, and teaching them various things like boating and fishing.

Steve was preceded in death by his parents, Steve Boysun, Sr. and Louise Kassner.

He is survived by his sister, Bonnie (Ray) Olson, and her children Irene Connor, April Unruh, Gary Olson, and Mary Willard; his daughter, Kristi (Thomas) Moore and her children Jerrik, Marjorie, and Robert.

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