Michael Benjamin Strobel

Minneapolis, Indiana

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I learned about Bens passing roughly ten months after, and just found this page now. Ben was a very dear friend of mine, giving me a place to stay when I was homeless at age 17, telling me stories about his youth, going on adventures with me, looking for furniture... we did so much together. We met at the Guthrie/Walker, where we worked together for a time. I miss him terribly, he was a brilliant light in my life. If there is ever another memorial service or event to commemorate his life,...

I just found this obituary while searching for Ben. He and I were good friends back in Minneapolis, and I was also friends with Ray Ray when he was still alive. Ben, Ray, and I drove up to Fargo, ND where I dropped the two of them off at a truck stop to begin their journey (documentary) to the West coast. Such great memories! I just came across that documentary and a few of Ray's paintings which are now hanging on my living room wall here in Hong Kong. Such a world away, in time and...

I just found out about this. I am so sorry Erin family and friends. May he find eternal happiness.

Very sorry Erin and family.

Ben you will be missed. I remember you in a karate uniform back in early grade school and our moms helping in the class together... So sorry for your loved ones.

Praying for the family
He was ~One of a kind~
Rest in Peace Ben..See you on the other side

Ben was an original. I have fond memories of debating the finer points of life with him. I will miss giving that boy heck.

You will be missed!

Erin,My thoughts and prayers are with you and your famiily at this time for your loss.


Michael's Obituary

Michael Benjamin "Ben" Strobel, 31, of Minneapolis, born in Owensboro, Ky., March 27, 1981, lost his battle with alcoholism and made a decision to leave this world early Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013.He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Patrick C. Hayden; his uncle, Allen Kempf and a...

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