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Glenn Burton Strathy

Glenn Burton Strathy, 90, passed away peacefully October 10, 2019 surrounded by his loving family. In 1944 at the age of 15, Glenn, his parents and brothers Phil and Donn moved from Wisconsin to Washington state settling in Lake Forest Park. Upon graduation from Roosevelt High School in 1947 he began his 65 year career as a milkman. In 1957 Glenn and his two brothers established Strathy Brothers Dairy in Kenmore which operated until 2012. Glenn proudly served in the U.S. Army from 1951-1953 during the Korean Conflict.

He was predeceased by his parents Ralph and Florence, his brother Phil and granddaughter Kelly Ann Nichols. Glenn is survived by his wife Jean of 63 years, his brother Donn (Lael), children Susan (Brian) Thomas, Scott (Barbara) Strathy, Ann (Chuck) Nichols, grandchildren Bethany, Kyle (Monica), Scotty, Emily, Jory, Sarah, Andy and 4 great grandchildren.

Glenn was always a gentleman and he will be remembered for his kind heart, friendliness and wonderful sense of humor.

A Celebration of Life for Glenn will be held on Sunday, November 3rd at 1:30 pm at the Lake Forest Park Civic Club, 17301 Beach Drive NE.

In lieu of flowers, rememberances may be made to Shriners Hospitals for Children, 2900 Rocky Point Dr., Tampa FL 33607

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Published in The Seattle Times on Oct. 20, 2019.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
NOV
3
Celebration of Life
01:30 PM
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November 9, 2019
I was a good friend of Scott's and Mike's in high school. Our family grew up just down the street from the Strathy house. Both Glenn and Jean were always very welcoming whenever I would come over. Jean would always make sure that there was food available if I was hungry!
As you all know, Glenn loved basketball even after the boys stopped playing. About 10 years ago and for several years after, myself, John Fair and sometimes Scott would get together a few times during the season to watch the Mountlake Terrace boys basketball games. John and myself would show up about 30 minutes before the varsity game. Guess who was already there sitting behind the scorers table!! Glenn. He would come early to watch the J.V. game. We were always greeted by a big smile and a half hug. Glenn would always ask how we were doing and inquire about our families.
After we were seated, he would stand up and point at us on his way to the concession stand and say " popcorn and licorice! " Glenn would already be on his way down before we could even get into our wallets!! He would always treat. I will always miss those special times with him and when I get up to the pearly gates to visit my friend I will say "popcorn and licorice" on me this time!!! Rest in peace my friend!! SEE YA..Mike Greenleaf
October 31, 2019
I spent quite a bit of time at the house with Scott in the early 80's, we did some election related work together, played basketball, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Strathy were always welcoming and so gracious. My condolences to Mrs. Strathy, Scott, and the family. One of the good guys has moved on to claim his reward for a life VERY well lived. God bless.
Tim Ogard
October 20, 2019
Mr.Strathy and his brother Donn both delivered milk to our family of 9 in North City.I went to junior high school with his Glenn's son Scott and nephew Mike.We also had the Shoreline Univac connection too. He was a great humble man ,respected by many ! He touched the lifes of thousands and I am grateful to have known him .His good Strathy name is second to none in the North end of Seattle ! Rest in Peace Sir.
T.R. Leary, Jr.
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