Floyd C. Strawsburg

Floyd C. Strawsburg

July 07, 1925 - November 08, 2018
Fountain Valley CA

Floyd C. Strawsburg

July 07, 1925 - November 08, 2018
Fountain Valley CA


Floyd C. Strawsburg

On November 8, Floyd C. Strawsburg passed into the presence of his Savior while at home surrounded by family.

Floyd is survived by his beloved wife, Edith; his children Carol, Kent, and Brent; their spouses Gene, Renee, and Cheri; his grandchildren Nate, Rachel, Caleb, Jonathan, Michael, and Janelle; his step-grandchildren Beth, Tommy, and Joel; and 22 great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by Elinore, his beloved wife of over 50 years.

His memorial service will be held on Tuesday, November 13 at 11:00 a.m. at CrossPoint Church, 7661 Warner Ave, Huntington Beach.


Funeral Service

  • Date & Time: November 13, 2018 (11:00 AM)
  • Venue: Cross Point Baptist Church
  • Location: 7661 Warner Avenue Huntington Beach, CA 92647 - (Get Directions)

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5 responses to Floyd C. Strawsburg

  1. I never knew this gem personally, but I “knew” him through his wonderful daughter, Carol. She is a beautiful reflection of him. Praying for peace for the entire family as you all navigate this new life without the presence of your precious father, husband, grandfather, and great grandfather. I can only imagine the celebration he received as he entered his eternal home with Jesus!!! Much love and Aloha to all!

  2. Praying for all of you! See ya soon Uncle Floyd!

  3. Cyndi Shaver says:

    I can not begin to express all the precious memories my family has of spending time with all your family, especially the Godly influence your parents had on my sister, brother, me and my parents. Heavens gain is definitely our loss.

    Prayers for peace and comfort from our Lord, how blessed we are to know the hope we have in Jesus!
    Love to each of you, Cyndi

  4. Even though we did not know him personally we felt as if we did through you Carol and know that who you are along with your brothers and family are all a part of who he was and the influence he had wonderfully on your life.

    Prayers as you journey these days and weeks, knowing He is with his Lord but knowing you all will feel at poignant moments the love of who he was and the empty part of your lives that will be missed.

    Our love and prayers-
    Laurie and Jim

  5. Craig Hagman says:

    Mr. Strawsburg was my teacher at Washington Jr Hi in the late 60s. He was a nice man and was always willing to help students even ones like me!

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