Steven C. Strohn

Steven C. Strohn

Jul 29, 1962 – Jun 9, 20177

Preceded in death by mother, Joann Strohn; father, Clair Strohn.  Survived by wife, Susan; stepson, Connor Norris (Jessie Bolander); brother, Robert Strohn (Leigh); nieces, Sydney and Samantha Strohn.

The family will receive friends on Sunday, June 25th from 1pm to 3pm at the Bel Air Chapel, 12100 W. Center Rd., with CELEBRATION OF LIFE Service at 3pm.

Memorials are suggested to Nebraska Humane Society.





  • Stacey Truesdell Posted June 18, 2017 3:10 pm

    All my love, and prayers in memory of sweet Steve. Blessings and wishes of peace to you all.

  • CARRIE SHANLE Posted June 19, 2017 7:59 am

    Susie & family, I am in shock just finding out the news! Steve wore his heart on his shoulder and would do anything for anyone. He spoke of you Susie, every time I saw him and he had that twinkle in his eye. I did advertising with him and he would go out of his way to make things happen. I will miss our talks and his glowing smile. You all our in my prayers!

  • Justin Harris Posted June 19, 2017 10:18 am

    I just found out from a letter from FDC Publishing that Steve has passed. I have worked with Steve on our phonebook ads for several years and I loved working with Steve. I very much enjoyed meeting with him once a year and we would talk about so much more than our ad. He would always ask about my family and how our business was going and it was just an absolute pleasure to work with him. I am going to miss working with him a great deal. My condolences for your great loss, it must be an immeasurable loss for such a great person. The southwest Nebraska area will truly miss him as I think I can speak for all of us.

  • Sue Medinger Posted June 20, 2017 9:07 am

    I work at the Sleep Inn Hotel in Columbus and learned of Steve’s passing yesterday. The first time I met Steve, years ago, I asked if anyone ever told him he looked like Clark Kent (Superman). He laughed and said, yes, he had heard that before. He was a “super” man. So professional, so kind, so real. He was easy to converse with and always seemed genuinely interested in whatever short conversation we would have when he checked in. My heartfelt sympathy to all Steve’s family and friends at this sad time.

  • Roxie Austin, Norfolk Memorials Posted June 20, 2017 10:11 am

    I received a letter from FDC Publishing informing me of Steve’s passing. As a customer of his, I always enjoyed meeting with him and the time he spent with me. After business was over, we would talk about life and all sorts of things. I certainly will miss his visit. Last time, we spoke about preplanning and how it has become so popular in the memorial industry. Please find comfort in knowing Steve touched many lives beyond his family and circle of friends. My condolences to everyone. May he have Peace, Peace Wonderful Peace.

  • Mark Wilderman Des Moines, Ia Posted June 20, 2017 1:36 pm

    Steve and I met at the University of Northern Iowa around 1982. We instantly became friends and I met a bunch of South siders through Steve. We had many fun times and some great laughs together. He loved to golf and gamble, just like I do. Although he and I lost touch after he moved to Omaha, I often thought of Steve and wondered how he was doing? I am very sad to hear of his passing and I send my condolences to his wife and family. He was one of a kind! I know he touched many lives and he will be truly missed. I love Steve like a brother! Rest in Peace bro, till we meet again.

  • Lisa Ogden Johnson Posted June 21, 2017 5:26 am

    Thank you for being a good father to our son, Joey. Because of his disabilities, he won’t understand why you are not going to be able to see him anymore. In the past, Joey has seemed to be able to hear those from the other side who loved him in this life. So I assume he will be able to hear you as well. Watch over him while he is still here on this earth. And please meet him when he crosses over to be with you one day.

  • Fran and Tom King Posted June 22, 2017 5:17 pm

    Everyone who met Steve loved him. he was a caring and magnetic person. We who knew him are better people for having known him. it will be very hard not seeing that warm smile and engaging personality when we did see him. We will pray for him and for his family, He will be missed, this quality of person is indeed a wonderful human being. So sorry for all close to him.

  • Angela Langan Posted June 22, 2017 10:36 pm

    I was shocked to hear the news from FDC. I have been working with Steve for approximately 12 years now on our telephone book advertising. When he would walk in, l would always tell him no thank you, but before he left, it seems l was always signing on the bottom line for an advertising commitment! ?When he was here last, he spoke of his beautiful wife and smart stepson. He seemed to have it all,..a great family, a job that he enjoyed, good health, and friends wherever he went. Our sincere condolences to the entire family ?

  • Ginger Leo Posted June 23, 2017 6:24 am

    So sorry for your loss and also for his son Joey,who was not mentioned in the obituary..

  • ALexandra Strohn Posted June 23, 2017 8:28 am

    Your kindness was a joy in my life. Treating people the way you want to be treated no doubt translated into a pretty fulfilling life. At the most difficult time in my life you managed to bring me comfort. I hope I told you how much it meant to me when you brought great boulders from the monument to place at my brothers resting place. When I visit him I will always think of you. You had a place in my life and always in my heart. We, all who have loved you are filled with extreme sorrow having received the joy In our lives that was you.

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