In a statement following his untimely death, Stephen “tWitch” Boss’ wife, Allison Holker, referred to him as their family’s “anchor.”.

On Saturday, they commemorated their ninth wedding anniversary, four days before his passing. They first met when they collaborated on a performance for So You Thought You Can Dance season 7 in 2010.

At the So You Think You Can Dance season wrap party, we danced together and have been dating since Stephen admitted to People.

Although they first crossed paths four years ago at a gathering for a mutual acquaintance, their love story started much earlier. They were intended to be partners.

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They later wed in a Paso Robles, California ceremony, and on their wedding anniversary, they each uploaded pictures from the event to their individual Instagram accounts.

They have raised three children collectively since getting married. Allison had Weslie Fowler, a 14-year-old daughter, and Zaia, three and Maddox, 6, with tWitch before they were married.

Just a few weeks before his passing, the couple, adored on many social media platforms for their insights into family life and shared dances, said they might try for another child.

On The Jennifer Hudson Show, the mother of three stated: “I think we would love to start trying for another one,” to which her husband replied: “We do. I adore newborns. It is an ongoing conversation.

In a statement made on Father’s Day in 2022, the DJ and dancer called being a parent his “favorite earthly duty.”.

On Wednesday morning, Allison made the initial announcement of his passing, and People published it. She observed, “Stephen lit up every room he walked into. Above all, he valued his community, family, and friends. He thought the best way to lead was to do so in a light and with love. He was the backbone of our family, the ideal husband and father, and a role model for his followers.

To say he left a legacy would be an understatement, and his positive influence will live on. There won’t be a day that we don’t think of him. We kindly ask for your privacy during this difficult time for myself and our three children.