Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Roger Strantz passed away very peacefully on Sept. 22, 2010 with his family by his side at Littleton Adventist Hospital in Littleton, CO. He lived with his son in Littleton for the past year while receiving treatment for Leukemia. Roger had the best medical care one could have with the disease he had. Even with his illness he was willing to lend a helping hand to whomever needed it.
Roger lived in Glenwood Springs for 30 years before moving to Littleton, CO. He was a familiar face to many in the area, where he was always available to lend a helping hand. It didn’t matter if you were a close friend, or a complete stranger. Roger was a selfless man who often put the needs of others before his own. He was a spiritual man who loved nature and living outdoors. Roger loved children and animals. He enjoyed the rain, reading the Bible, hunting, fishing, airplanes, telling stories, and being with his family.
Roger is survived by his mother Darb Strantz of Denver, CO, sons Orville Strantz (Chareen Strantz) of Littleton, CO, Robert Strantz (Maggie Calhoun) of Westminster, CO, daughter Sebrena Leclerc (Jeffery Leclerc) of Franklin, NH. Grandchildren Tabor Leclerc, Leland Leclerc, Rachel Leclerc, Bryce Strantz, Joey Sanchez, and Danneka Strantz.
Roger was preceded in death by his father, Orville George Strantz. He is greatly loved and will be missed by many. In respecting Roger’s wishes, there will be no memorial service, but donations may be made in his honor to: Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers Foundation (Please include his name on the memo of the check) 1161 S. Vivian Street Lakewood, CO 80228 or online at http://www.rmccf.org Include his name in the comment box.
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