Boston Tyler Iverson was born on July 29th, 1996 in St Paul, MN. Boston was baptize December 24, 1996 at Calvary Lutheran church in St. Hilaire. He was taken to be with his almighty father on December 18, 2019. He was 23 years, 4 months and 20 days young. Boston enjoyed spending time with his grandma at the family’s farm where he loved to play as a young boy
Boston, known affectionately by his friends as “Bah,” attended Minnetonka public schools all the way through his graduation from Minnetonka High School in 2015. He attended 2 years at Normandale College and had interest in Psychology and Sociology. He worked at Youngstedts for 6 years and worked with his father doing plumbing. He was a hard worker. Throughout his life, Boston participated and excelled in numerous sports and activities, including: basketball, football, skiing, skateboarding, BMX biking, and singing. Specifically, Boston played on his church basketball team, Upward Bound, and was a beloved coach of his brother, Jaxen, and sister, Londyn’s, basketball teams. Boston attracted countless friends who continue to remember and celebrate him for his infectious smile, his contagious laugh, and his hilarious childhood hijinks, resultant of his beautiful, goofy, fun loving personality. He will forever be regarded as a fierce and selfless friend who was loved by all. Boston will also be remembered as a humanitarian and a giver; Boston worked for Urban Ventures, coaching inner-city at risk children. He drove them, paid for their meals, and even borrowed them shoes and clothing out of the kindness of his heart. While Boston was known as a friend, a coach, and a giver to many, he was, above all else, a devoted and loving family member. Boston’s dedication to the roles of big brother and loving son demonstrated his boundless compassion for others and pension for love; Boston cherished his entire family and all friends. His exuberant smile, ability to find beauty in the ugliest of places, and capacity to bring out the best in everyone he touched all bear testament to brightness of the light Boston carried inside him. His joyfulness, gentleness, and exceptionally good spirit will remain with those he touched for the remainder of their lives.
Boston was preceded in death by his great grandparents, Irvin and Alice Iverson; his Greatgrandparents, Hazel and Ralph Luxenburg; his grandfather, Conrad G Iverson; his grandmother Juanita Connelly; and his many great aunts, uncles, and great grandparents and loved ones that have passed. Boston is survived by his mother, Loralee Iverson; his beloved little brother, Jaxen Iverson; his dearly loved babysister, Londyn Iverson, along with special grandmother, Sharon Iverson; his uncle, Daniel Iverson; and family friend, Floyd Radinzel.
He is also survived by father Isiah Coker Jr (Rebecca), Grandpa Isaiah Coker Sr. and his beloved siblings Tamara and Marissa Coker, Alexander and Kaujah Iverson and Devon Shamp. Along with many many aunts, uncles, cousins and nieces and nephews.
Bostons beautiful soul will live within us all forever and we are all so blessed to have known someone as special as him.