February 18, 1943 - June 25, 2000
MUSCATINE, Iowa -- David Warren Strohl, 57, died Sunday, June 25, 2000, at Unity Hospital.
Memorial services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home. The Rev. Paul Ostrem of Zion Lutheran Church will officiate. The organist will be Betty Lincoln. Burial will be in Bowmanstown, Pa. at a later date. A luncheon will follow the memorial service in the Community Room at Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home.
Visitation will be from 3-7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
Mr. Strohl was born on Feb. 18, 1943, in Bowmanstown, Pa., the son of Franklin and Beatrice Ginder Strohl. He married Kazumi Matsumura on Sept. 26, 1992 in Vancouver, Wash.
He received a bachelorís of science from NYU and his masterís from Elmira College in New York.
He was a Vietnam Veteran and used to love to hunt, but hasnít for several years so he could enjoy more time with his two small children.
He was a member of the Governorís Advanced Manufacturing Advisory Committee, one of the Board of Directors for the Iowa Business Council Advanced Manufacturing Research and the Collaboration Cluster, a member of the Iowa Business Executive Technical Committee, and a member of the University of Iowa Advanced Board for College of Engineering. He was a deputy of the Iowa Technology Transfer Council, senior member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, and a member of Business Furniture Manufacturers Association.
His hobbies were computers, aviation, sports cars and Boy Scouts.
He was Vice President of Technical Development with HON INDUSTRIES.
Survivors include his wife, Kazumi Strohl of Muscatine; three sons, Michael Strohl and his wife, Teresa, of Charlotte, N. C., David A. Strohl of Portland, Ore. and Cody Strohl at home; a daughter, Harmonie Strohl at home; two grandchildren, Matthew and Emilee Strohl of Charlotte, N.C.; two brothers, Ronald Strohl and his wife, Kate, of Reading, Pa. and Frank Strohl and his wife, Donna, of Tampa, Fla.; his aunt, Marion Sands of Port Richie, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents.