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Obituaries

Scott E. Stroh

June 07, 1954 - October 23, 2016

Beloved husband, son, brother, uncle and friend

Scott E. Stroh, age 62, died October 23, 2016 surrounded by his family in Kirkland in the tender care of Evergreen Hospice.  Scott was a loving husband, son and uncle to his nieces and nephews. 

Born in Fargo, North Dakota, Scott was a long time resident of the Seattle area, residing in Lynnwood, Washington.  Scott married his beloved wife Cheryl in August of 1975 and was retired from the United States Post Office.  He loved to be active and had a passion for basketball and swimming.

Scott is survived by his wife Cheryl Stroh, mother and father Marie and Sid Parker, brothers Steve Stroh, Jeff (Jennifer) Stroh and Dave Stroh.  Scott is survived by his beloved special niece Erin Stroh (C.J.) and nieces and nephews Kaylee Johnson (5), Gavin Johnson (11), Conner Johnson (10), Ryan Ridley (19) and Cyanne Ridley (18).

 

FUNERAL INFORMATION

A celebration of Scott’s life will be held Saturday November 12th from 1:00 – 4:00 PM, at the Scott and Cheryl’s home, 15016 21st Avenue West, Lynnwood, WA98087.  Scott’s wishes were for everyone to wear casual wear of jeans and sweats


Memorial

Love Lives On

Those we love remain with us,

for Love itself lives on.
Cherished memories never fade;
because one loved is gone.

Those we love can never be
more than a thought apart,
for as long as there's a memory
they live on in our heart.
Think of her as living
in the hearts of those she touched,
for nothing loved is ever lost,
and she was loved so much.

Author Unknown

Just as the Wave Cannot Exist

Just as the wave cannot exist for itself, but is ever a part of the heaving surface of the ocean, so must I never live my life for itself, but always in the experience which is going on around me. It is an uncomfortable doctrine which the true ethics whisper into my ear. You are happy, they say; therefore you are called upon to give much.

Albert Schweitzer

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