May 20, 2003January 21, 2024 (age 20)

Bo Allistare Gneiting, age 20, passed away on January 21st, 2024 in Albuquerque, New Mexico where he lived with his wife, Raelynn Hoffman. Bo was born May 20th, 2003 to Karen McFadden and Kelly Gneiting. From the moment he arrived, he had the spark of life. He was a likable, charming youth who always had friends, and laughed a lot.

He met his wife at the New Mexico Military Institute in the fall of 2019. The two were later married on March 8th, 2021. They loved to do anything adventurous and enjoyed trying new restaurants together. Their favorite thing to do was to put on a movie or a show at the end of the day and hold each other in their arms. The connection the two had was very intimate and deep. This union pronounced a beautiful daughter, Sienna Gneiting, now almost two years old.

Bo was a very loving person who had a big heart. He would always offer to go out of his way to do something good or help someone in need. Bo lit up any room he walked into with his charismatic personality. His sense of humor was the best and he had a contagious smile and laugh. Bo was prone to toughness. He wrestled in high school and did exceptionally well. He was a very talented martial artist with a love for sumo wrestling and judo. He was always practicing and trying out new tactics and moves. Bo loved his daughter with everything he had and did everything he could to protect and support his family.

He had so much drive and potential. His siblings knew him as strong, reliable and kind. Bo was the oldest of four boys, and only came into the world because of his mother’s outright refusal to get a hysterectomy after Bo’s oldest sister was born five years earlier. His mom’s refusal brought four wonderful boys into the world, Bo being the first.

But just as every rose has its thorn, he suffered a silent pain, which he eventually succumbed to at the end of his young life. His spirit will always be with those who loved him, and whom he loved, which were many. Those he loved will see him again in the resurrection, because of the invaluable gift of our Savior. Praise be to Him for making a reunion with loved ones possible.

Goodbye, Bo, but not forever. We love you more than you could know. We will remember the light you brought to us during your brief stay here on Earth.

He is survived by his siblings Sarena Gneiting, Tucker Gneiting, Elias Gneiting, Rylen Gneiting, his father Kelly Gneiting, his step-mom Judy Wang and her three kids Kyle, Jocelyn, and Brandon, his grandparents Gary and Prudy Gneiting and Valerie Hoffman, as well as his wife Raelynn Hoffman and daughter Sienna Gneiting.

Bo will be laid to rest by his loving mother at the Grant Central Cemetery.

The funeral will be held at the Grant Ward Building, 3449 E 100 N, Rigby, Idaho.Saturday, January 27th at 12 p.m.

Friends may visit the family Saturday morning from 10:30-11:30 a.m.where there will be an open viewing of Bo.

Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at Horsley Funeral Homes.







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