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Steven Paul Bois

Born: Fri., Nov. 12, 1954
Died: Tue., Apr. 21, 2020

Funeral Service

Location: A Memorial Service will be announced at a later date.

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The family of Steven Paul Bois is sad to announce his passing on April 21, 2020. Beloved husband for 36 years of Cheryl L. (Adams) Bois and father of Michelle Elizabeth (Bois) Reed and Michael Steven Bois. He passed peacefully at home in Lakeville surrounded by his loving family.

Steven was born on November 12, 1954 in Middleboro, MA to the late Franklin L. Bois and Anne J. (Gillis) Bois. In his youth he developed a passion for adventure and love of the water with his brothers David and James. Together they explored the surrounding woods and enjoyed fishing the local ponds and river, often creating innocent mischief.

Steven is a graduate of Middleboro High School and holds an Associate's Degree in Electro-Mechanical Engineering from Bristol Community College. Early in his career he managed the design and manufacturing of medical devices. This led him to create Bois Solutions Inc. in which he consulted on various engineering projects. Furthering his entrepreneurial goals he purchased and operated a successful retail franchise.

He was an ambitious and humble man who met the love of his life, Cheryl, during a stormy boat competition. They enjoyed a wonderful marriage of 36 years. As an avid sailor Steve and Cheryl often created memories sailing the waters of Cape Cod on their sailboat "Serenity". Together they also enjoyed an active lifestyle of water and snow skiing.

Steven was the proud father of his daughter Michelle and son Michael and was the epitome of a family man. He always had a strong and precious relationship with his children. He was involved and supported them in every aspect of their lives, creating loving and special moments with them each individually. He ensured all family vacations were special and memorable by carefully planning every detail. Taking an annual cruise always brought him back to his love of the water.

He always looked forward to the many family gatherings; especially the summer cookouts where you could always find him at the grill cooking his famous chicken wings or in the fall cheering on the Patriots.

His grandchildren Kayden and Jackson held a special place in their Papa's heart. It brought him great happiness sharing silly jokes, picking blueberries in the yard and being at their many activities.

A communicant of Saints Martha and Mary Parish (Lakeville), Steven was a religious and faithful man who always opened his door to others, making them feel at home. Family and friends found it easy to love him because of his sense of humor, strength, kindness and willingness to help. 

Steven is missed by all.

Steven's family would like to express their gratitude and thanks to all of the family, friends and wonderful caregivers who came to his side in support throughout his cancer treatment.

Steven is survived by his devoted wife Cheryl Lee (Adams) Bois, his beloved children Michelle Elizabeth (Bois) Reed of Berkley and Michael Steven Bois of Taunton. Grandfather of Kayden Michael Reed and Jackson Tucker Reed. Son of the late Franklin LeRoy Bois and Anne Julieanne (Gillis) Bois of Middleboro. Brother of David Gillis Bois and Nancy Anne Bois of Minnesota and the late James Allan Bois of Texas. Uncle to Emily Anne Bois of California, Holly Elizabeth Bruckelmyer of Minnesota, James Bois of Florida and Brandi King of Florida. Also Great Uncle to many nieces and nephews. 

Due to the current health crisis services for Steven will be private with memorial mass information to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Steven's name to Brigham and Women's Hospital (75 Francis St. Boston MA), Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (450 Brookline Ave, Boston MA), or Compassionate Care Hospice (100 Myles Standish Blvd. Taunton MA).

Arrangements are being carried out by Dahlborg - MacNevin Funeral Home (280 Bedford St. Lakeville).

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Tammy O’Connor
   Posted Mon April 27, 2020
Cheryl & family~
My heartfelt condolences on Steve’s passing! I am so saddened to read this beautifully written tribute. XO Tammy

Deveney Reis Boyadjian
   Posted Mon April 27, 2020
Dear Michael and Michelle,

I was so saddened to read of the passing of your father. You were both blessed to have such a nurturing and loving father.

You will miss his presence terribly, but you will always feel his love.

Todd and Debra Shurtleff
   Posted Mon April 27, 2020
Cheryl, Michelle and Mike,
Our hearts are so sad to have such a big part of our family no longer with us.We send you all our heart felt condolences. We will miss Steves smile and laughter . You were truly blessed to have such a loving, kind and wonderful husband and father. So many happy memories of all the family get together's over the many years. Steve will be missed more than words came describe. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. All our Love Todd and Debbie

Barbara A Logan
   Posted Mon April 27, 2020
Cheryl, Michelle and Michael,
Our hearts are broken for the three of you as we know just how much family means to you. We always enjoyed attending Kayden and Jackson's events where we all sat together. We will miss seeing Steve there but I know he will be cheering them on from above.

Please know that we are here is you need anything. Sending thoughts, prayers and hugs.
Barb & Scott Logan

Gayle and Gary Braverman
   Posted Mon April 27, 2020
Cheryl, Michelle and Michael our hearts are so broken over losing Steve. I hope you can take a little comfort knowing he is out of pain finally. I truly believe you will be together again. We love you

Faith Shuttleff
   Posted Mon April 27, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

Julia Dixon
   Posted Tue April 28, 2020
I knew Steve from BNI. I did not know him very well.
However when he went on medical leave there was a hole in where he should be. It makes me sad to think I should have made the effort to get to know him better!!
He was a dear man!!!
My sincere condolences to you all. Such a sad loss!!
Julia Dixon (Pet Recess)

Ray Severance
   Posted Tue April 28, 2020
Steve will be missed. Having been a friend of Steve's through BNI, I had the great pleasure to know and work with him for many years. He had a humble disposition, a kind smile, a glint in his eyes and was pleasant to all he encountered.

Sincere condolences.

Andy Saviolakis
   Posted Tue April 28, 2020
Our deepest sympathies for your loss. Steve was generous, thoughtful and always had a big smile on his face. He will be missed.

Josh Donovan
   Posted Tue April 28, 2020
I knew Steve from BNI, he was very welcoming when I first joined the group. I never got a hello from Steve that didn't have a smile accompanying it.

That smile was also there whenever we spoke. He seemed to have a joyous curiosity to learn something new. He also seemed to get just as much of a kick out of teaching something to someone else. I stopped by the house a year or so ago and had coffee, and even though he obviously wasn't feeling 100%, and couldn't even drink coffee with me, he still had that same smile and underlying enthusiasm. He told me all about the effects of his cancer and the various treatments. He talked about his grandkids, things he did around the house and asked about various people in our BNI group. He seemed to have a genuine love of every aspect of his life, both big and small, and that morning was no different.

I also remember a few years back, our group had a get together at the Boston Tavern one night. Steve told me all about his two kids; one thing that especially sticks out was how excited he was that his son was due to move back to Massachusetts soon. It was clear how much he loved his family.

I'm so sorry for your loss, especially at a time like this. I hope you have some comfort knowing there are lots of people out there thinking of your family.

Morgan Douglas-Alexander
   Posted Tue April 28, 2020
Dear cousin David I am sending you prayers and good thoughts hoping your wonderful memories of your brother will keep you during this hard time. Take care

Leo Heffernan
   Posted Tue April 28, 2020
My deepest sympathy and prayers for the entire Bois family. He was a great guy.
Thoughts and prayers,

Leo Heffernan

Joanne Paull
   Posted Thu April 30, 2020
Dear Cheryl and family,
I was so sorry to hear of your beloved husband's passing. Many prayers and hugs to you and your family. Gone too young.
Joanne Boffetti Paull

colleen mac kinnon
   Posted Thu April 30, 2020

Sara Smalley
   Posted Sun May 03, 2020
So sorry for your loss. My sincerest sympathy to you and your family.
Sara from Nemasket

Deb Haughton
   Posted Mon June 08, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Steve's passing. Such a wonderful, supportive and enthusiastic man. When we joined the Budget Blinds family, Steve was the first local BB neighbor to reach out, asking what he could do to help and passing along information about the territory we had purchased. He was always ready to lend a hand or his wisdom. We will forever be thankful that we knew Steven. Our sympathies to his family.

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