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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Humphrey Funeral Home A.W. Miles - Newbigging Chapel Limited A.W. Miles Chapel.
September 11, 2019
The YMCA of Southwestern Ontario (London) mourns the passing of Mr Strupat.
He was a kind and generous man who helped the Y serve many children and families in our community.

Please know we will honour him and may he Rest In Peace.

Heidi Peever
YMCA
September 6, 2019
I so much respect and admired "Strup"We became close buddies during 1940s and we both belonged to the same "gang" We attended London Central Collegiate in London where he became a neat tennis player. Don joined the navy while I went into the army. He started selling Studebakers. I think about 1949. What a great career followed. WE both dated some of the same young lassies at "Central" in London. Unfortunately we sort of lost track of one another in recent years
This man was really a great guy and I never heard anything but good about him
His rapid rise in the business world was easy to predict.

Ron "Dusty" Rhodes
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