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George Strohminger Obituary
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December 08, 2016

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December 08, 2016

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July 6, 2016
George would sit outside the sales office at Oak Crest almost every day. He talked with our visitors. He made them feel welcome. When we left for the night he would always tell us to "have a safe drive home!" George would often say "I led a good life." He did. And he made the lives of others good too! When we look at "his" chair outside of the office we will remember George.
July 6, 2016
David, Mr. George was a wonderful, happy man who I loved knowing and always thought of over the years. He always had a pleasant word and a smile to pass on. He will now guard over you and your family, and you are blessed for that. I know he will be missed! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
July 5, 2016
I will keep you family in my prayers.

Barbara Beatson, Bear, DE
July 5, 2016
I only knew Mr. Strohminger for a very short time and he was a delight. He "supervised" my mother's move to assisted living from his doorway. He very much seemed to enjoy the show and we appreciated the warm welcome. I will never forget his red and white Dr. Seuss socks. He will be greatly missed.

(Dolores Rytel's daughter)
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