No other loss compares to that of a loved one taken from us too soon. Millions of people all over the world were charmed by Stephen “tWitch” Boss and his infectious grin.
A lot of people were shocked by his untimely demise, but none more so than his young family. His wife opted to have a public memorial service for him after his private burial.
The late dancer Stephen “tWitch” Boss is survived by his wife, Alison Holker. They had three children together, and now Holker is remembering her spouse, who passed much too soon.
On January 4, 2023, at the age of 40, Boss passed away, and his private funeral was held in Los Angeles. The television personality’s closest friends and family were invited to a farewell party. There will be a memorial service in the near future.
Holker and Boss married in 2013 after developing a deep connection. Holker shared a touching slideshow on Instagram in memory of her late husband. She spoke of the family’s accomplishments and happy times with their three children, Weslie (now 14), Maddox (now 6), and Zaia (now 3).
“To my husband, best friend, babe, Chee-chalker, Superman and father of my children I LOVE YOU FOREVER and ALWAYS!” Holker wrote. She added to her heartbreaking caption. “We will forever remember you as the true beacon of light that you were.”
As the slideshow progressed, Rihanna’s “Lift me Up” played in the background. Pictures of the couple’s wedding day, when they first held their children, were among the most heartwarming. There were also photos from the couple’s romantic shoots and other photos that captured the many facets of their life together.
The video ended with the words “In loving memory of Stephen Lauren Boss.”
“We will continue to cast your light and love throughout the world,” Holker said in her caption. “Thank you for our incredible memories and our beautiful life shared together.”
A lot of famous people in show business left condolences below the message. “His light lives on with all of you,” DeGeneres commented. “Blanketing you in love,” Jenna Dewan wrote. “All my love to you and your family,” actress Olivia Munn said.
From 2014 until Ellen DeGeneres’s show ended in 2018, Boss was staple. Fans all over the world were devastated by news of his passing.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Stephen “tWitch” Boss’s loved ones at this time. Join us in keeping the family in your prayers.