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  Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa

OBITUARY ~ ROBERT LEROY STRODE

Robert Leroy STRODE, son of Gail Minnie (BOWLBY)] and Roy [Emerson] STRODE, was born south of Kellerton on January 31, 1916, and passed away February 20, 1979, at his home in Kellerton at the age of 63 years and 20 days.

He attended the Kellerton school and graduated in 1936. He was inducted into the Armed Forces on April 24, 1941, and served in the European countries. He was discharged on July 39, 1945, at Sheridan, Illinois, as a Private First Class in the Engineers Corps.

Robert was employed for 18 years by Golden Sun Feeds in Des Moines.

He was preceded in death by his father, Roy, in 1961, and his mother, Gail, in 1972, and an infant sister Maybelle.

Those who survive are four aunts, Eva M. KARR of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; Sadie GOODELL of Kellerton, Iowa; Alda REAM and Eva GIFFORD of Fresno, California; an uncle, Carr BOWLBY of Fresno, California, and cousin, Art KARR of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; other relatives and a host of friends.

My Hand In God's

Each morning when I wake I say,
"I place my hand in God's today."
With faith and trust that by my side
He'll walk with me, my steps to guide.
He leads me with the tenderest care,
When paths are dark, and I despair.
No need for me to understand
If I but hold fast to His hand.

My hand in His; no surer way
To walk in safety through each day.
By His great bounty I am fed
Warmed by His love, and comforted.
When at day's end I seek my rest,
And realize how much I'm blessed,
My thanks pour out to Him and then
I place my hand in God's again.

Services were held at the Kellerton United Methodist Church Thursday, February 22 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Walter ZARR officiating. Interment was in Maple Row Cemetery, Kellerton. The American Legion presented the American Flag and a wreath of Poppies to the next of kin, fired the gun salute and sounded taps at the close of the committal services.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, July of 2011

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