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February 28, 2017
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
December 4, 2016
I was very young when I met Steve. I remember him pumping gas in a car at his parents grocery store gas station on the corner of Pasadena and Linden Rd. He was one of those young men in those days that stood out from all the rest. I used to ride my bicycle out to Pinewood Downs a horse Stable about 4 blocks passed Steve's parents gas station store. Steve was the best and I all but forgot about him when they sold the stable. Anyways Steve was a Hero to more than just one young boy in his life and this old man will always remember Steve he helped influence me and I never made it like Steve, but he sure help make me a good up standing man that came from Flint. To all Steve's Family and friends. I know you will miss him dearly R.I.P. Steve you will be Missed forever!
April 21, 2015
I don't remember what post Steve held when I was playing in the Tigers' organization. To be honest, all of those titles ran together and seemed to mean the same thing. The one unique aspect to a minor league front office position, however, is the person who holds it. As a player who finished college a year into my minor league career, Mr. Boros not only allowed me to attend my graduation during the season, he also recognized me for the achievement in front of the entire team. It was a tad embarrassing, I'll admit. But I was very happy to know that Steve felt so strongly that graduating from University was such a positive attribute for the organization and for the individual. He was a layered man, deeper than baseball. I will always care deeply for the memories and experience I had with him.
August 3, 2014
I just wanted to relay that my 11 year old grandson loves baseball. And today Aug.3, 2014 a lady, who was at a ballgame in July 1961 when Steve Boros hit a foul ball and her father caught the ball, gave that ball to my grandson and he was so happy to get it. He will treasure it always.
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