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Fundraiser in place after fatal farm accident

Steven Curtis-Boese

(KMZA)--A GoFundMe account has been established online for the family of a Marysville man killed in a farm accident.

30-year-old Steven Curtis-Boese died Saturday evening after he fell inside a ladder cage attached to a silo on a farm in northeast Marshall County.

Marshall County Sheriff Dan Hargrave said the sheriff’s dispatch received a 911 call about the accident shortly after 6:30.

Hargrave said deputies responded to the farm at 2475 Harvest Road along with the Axtell Fire Department, Axtell Ambulance Service, Beattie Fire Department and a Lifestar helicopter.

Curtis-Boese was pronounced dead at the scene.

His wife, Jessica, is expecting a child and according to the GoFundMe site, the fund will help with the new baby.

The funeral service for Curtis-Boese will be held Friday morning at 10:30 at the Marysville American Legion.

The GoFundMe account can be found online at Enter “Steven and Jessica Curtis-Boese” on the search line.


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