John Strickler

John Strickler

Wednesday, June 10th, 1959 Monday, February 24th, 2020

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Obituary for John W. Strickler

John William Strickler passed away peacefully on February 24, 2020. He is survived by his two children: Nate (Kate) Strickler and Elizabeth (Kyle) Hileman, and by his six grandchildren: John Robert (Nate), Scout (Nate), Amelia (Nate), Kennedy (Elizabeth), Haddison (Elizabeth), and Hudson (Elizabeth). He is also survived by his three siblings: Elizabeth (Daniel), Jane (Richard), and Daniel (Deborah). John was born on June 10, 1959 to John Jacob and Marion Howard Strickler in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. John worked in the oil and gas industry for forty years, but his most important work took place on Wilson Avenue, where he raised his children. He will be remembered for his generosity towards others, his commitment and devotion to his family and friends, and his unfailing belief in those he loved. In lieu of flowers, tell someone you love them.

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phil hammond

john haven’t seen you in 25-30 years. Im honored to have known you. we had some really good times on the court at the Y and some great times with our friends. Although it’s been 25 years since I last saw you! i feel the pain and loss of a good friend. you’ll be missed my friend. love!
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Jaimie Bowman

My condolences and prayers to the family.. I have many fond childhood memories with John. I enjoyed hanging out at the house on College Ave, going out to the Vet Hospital and going on farm calls with John and Dad (Doc). We were classmates, played organized and pickup sports in the neighborhood (whether at the playground at Mary B. Sharpe, Wilson College, or Palmer's tennis court. I loved going up to Horse Valley. Rest in Peace John.
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Fred Collier

So sad to hear, John was such a great guy and a wonderful person. Always willing to help others! He will be missed!
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S. Strayer

Condolences to the family. Great childhood memories of College Ave driveway wiffle ball, and more. RIP, John.
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