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Malcolm P. Strohson

Phoenix, Arizona

1935 - 2019 (Age 83)

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Malcolm P. StrohsonPhoenix - The Honorable Malcolm P Strohson, age 83, passed away on Friday, January 4, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. He was born September 3, 1935 in Nassau County, New York to Harold and Wilma Strohson. He attended prep school at Northfield Mount Hermon and then attended Hobart...

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Correction, The Judge's wife name is Judy Strohson, I apologize for the error, Respectfully, Art Brest

We liked the Judge, appreciated his USAF Service, appreciate his wife, Judy Castellano, and stepdaughter, Cindy Castellano.

It was my esteemed privilege to help him within the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA). We are thankful for his Veterans Health Administration (VHA), Volunteerism.

Great Flying and Clear Skies, God Bless Malcom P. Strohson his family, extended family, and friends.

May the Peace that passeth all understanding, through God, comfort...

I've known Judge Strohson for 32 years. I have so many memories of him. To name a couple, I really thought he was Santa. He was one of the nicest Judges I've ever met. My sister & I regularly attended take your child to work day. We loved it, especially because we were able to sit in the court during his proceedings. He will be missed. My deepest condolences to the Stohson family.

Judge I will always cherish the 18 plus years we worked together, it was tough seeing you leave when you retired, now this, my only regret is not checking up on you more often , we hadn't seen each other in 2 years. I was loved and spoiled by you, you were absolutely the most respected and admired Judge of Phoenix Municipal Court! And to lead you on your Journey I say All Rise The Honorable Malcolm P. Strohson Is Presiding!
Love Stevie

Judge Strohson was one of my favorite people in the Phoenix Municipal court. He had a great sense of humor. I used to escape from my courtroom to hang with Stevie and Judge Strohson. I will forever have fond memories of this wonderful man. Godspeed, Judge Strohson.

I will miss passing by and saying "good morning Malcolm" to you in church.
May you rest in peace.

Mal, you will be missed terribly. I will never forget you. You were the kindest, most caring, loving and unselfish person I ever knew. I always had the greatest admiration and respect for you. See you later.

The world is a better place because you were on this earth.
It was an honor to know you.