Edward L. “Mr. Ed” Strouse

August 12, 1942 ‒ December 28, 2015

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Edward L. “Mr. Ed” Strouse, age 73, of Mount Vernon, passed away on Monday, December 28, 2015 at The Whispering Hills Care Center. He was born on August 12, 1942 in Mount Vernon to Alfred Raymond and Helen (Chaney) Strouse.

Ed was a veteran of the U.S. Army and served in the Vietnam War. He loved to hunt, being in the outdoors and watching NASCAR.  His greatest enjoyment was taking the grandkids fishing.

He is survived by his sons, Mike (Elaine) Strouse, Lee Strouse and Joey Strouse; his mother, Helen Wolfe; 9 grandchildren; 2 nieces and close friends, Russell and Connie Maglott.

Besides his father, Ed is preceded in death by a brother, Robert Strouse; and step father, Willis Wolfe.

The family will observe a graveside service on Thursday, December 31, 2015 at 11:00 AM at Mound View Cemetery in Mount Vernon.

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The Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home of Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Edward L. “Mr. Ed” Strouse.

  • So sorry to read this….I knew Eddie and Bobby growing up……prayers to Helen their mother as she lays her son to rest…..

  • I am so sorry for the loss of Ed. He was my second dad as I was growing up. Thoughts and prayers to the entire family.

  • So very sorry to hear of this loss to your family Kody Strouse. Although we never see one another, your Mother and I are first cousins and I keep up on you boys. Prayers sweetheart and God Bless your Grandpa.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with Ed’s family. I have such great childhood memories of this amazing man, and I was blessed to have him as a part of my life! He was such an amazing father to his sons!
    May he rest in such a heavenly peace, restored to his youth and free of any pain he felt here on earth!

  • SO SORRY to hear of the passing of ED . MY thoughts and prayers are with all the family at this difficult time.

  • To the Strouse family, I worked with Ed at H.P.M. for many years and always enjoyed his life experiences and wisdom. He always made the day go a little easier. I hope time and good memories will help ease your pain at this time .

  • Extending my deepest sympathy to the Strouse family. I too worked with Ed in Stores at HPM in the early 70’s. Had lots of good conversations with him as he helped mentor a just out of high school kid. Ed also got me interested in bow hunting. He will always be fondly remembered.