Boca Raton's Steven Brown Killed In Bicycle Accident

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The victim of this morning's fatal bicycle accident near The Bridges development on Lyons Road has been identified as Steven Brown, 58, of Windsor Terrace in Boca.

According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, Brown was riding his Cannondale bike northbound on Lyons Road — North of Clint Moore — when Marion Rosenstein, 68, also of Boca, lost control of her 2009 Chrysler van and hit the back of his bike. Brown ended up on the windshield of Rosenstein's car and then fell off, onto the sidewalk.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.


No charges have been filed at this point.


 

Temple Beth El of Boca Raton sent the following email to members this afternoon:

Our congregation mourns the loss of member Steven Brown, who passed away on April 9, 2014.We extend heartfelt condolences to Steve's wife Dana, children Susan and Micha Siegel, Jennifer and Andrew Brown, and Jordan Brown, parents Carol and Murray Brown, sister and brother-in-law Pam Nadler and Mark Sickles, and in-laws Bunny and Allen Sabath. The funeral for Steve Brown will be held on Friday, April 11, 2014 at 11:00 AM at Temple Beth El in the Rabbi Merle E. Singer Sanctuary. May Steve's memory be for a blessing.

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4 thoughts on “Boca Raton's Steven Brown Killed In Bicycle Accident”

  1. “Even though I know all about the texters\/drunks\/illegals driving here, and even though it’s rush hour, and even though I’m not very experienced at this, I think i’m going to go ride my bike 8 inches from traffic.”

  2. I worked for Browns right out of college for over a decade. (1990-2000) Then I freelanced through Browns for about four more years. I would still be there if I hadn’t moved out of state. Steve Brown was a wonderful person and I will truly miss him. I spoke to him last month and he would still ask me “when you coming back to work for me”. Steve you were one in a million and I am glad I had the chance to know you, and call you my friend. My sincere condolences to Dana, Susie, Andrew, Jordan and the entire Browns Family.

  3. Steve Brown was an exceptional Boca Raton businessman and a friend. He ran his business with vision, professionalism and a genuine care and concern for his clients. While Steve will be tremendously missed, his legacy and memory will carry on for all of us who were fortunate to know him.
    John Poletto

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