In Memory of Warren C. Strom

Visitation

1 to 2 PM on Sunday, October 21, 2018, at Mt. Zion Lutheran Church of Hudson, WI

Services

2 PM on Sunday, October 21, 2018, at Mt. Zion Lutheran Church of Hudson, WI

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Warren C. Strom, age 90, formerly of Hudson, WI,  Rockport, TX, and Rockford, IL, passed away Thursday, October 18, 2018 at Woodstone Assisted Living of Rice Lake, WI. Warren was born on July 20, 1928, the son of Olaf and Lillian (Petersen) Strom. He was united in marriage to Nancy Jepsen in Rockford, IL, in 1950 and they raised four children: Cynthia, Steven, Marcia and Sylvia.

Warren dutifully served the United States Armed Forces as a member of the Army during the Korean War. He was exceptionally proud of his Christian faith and cherished his family above all other things in life. Warren was an avid reader and was fascinated with wilderness and the outdoors.

Warren will remain in the hearts of his children, Cynthia (John) Gunnerson, Steven (Karen) Strom, Marcia (John) Metzger, and Sylvia (Brian Huser) Strom; former wife, Nancy Strom (Jepsen); grandchildren, Amy, Alicia, Matthew, Kirsten, Lydia, Owen, Steven, Laura, Rena, Krysta, and Brandon; great-grandchildren, Lauren, Ellen, Jack, Peyton, Morgan, Gunnard, Paige, David, and Genevieve; as well as other extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his four siblings, Kenneth, Edith, Bonnie, and Robert.

A Gathering of Family and Friends will be held from 1 to 2 PM on Sunday, October 21, 2018, at Mt. Zion Lutheran Church of Hudson, WI, followed immediately by a Memorial Service for Warren beginning at 2 PM.

Warren’s family wishes to extend a special thank you to the staff at Woodstone Assisted Living of Rice Lake, as well as the Lakeview Medical Center Hospice team.

Memorials preferred to Little Free Library, 573 County Road A, Suite 106, Hudson, WI 54016.

Warren C. Strom's Tribute Wall

Tributes (1):

  1. I’m saddened by this news. I had the pleasure of getting to know Warren while he, and my Father were at WinterGreen in Hudson.
    I noticed he always had a book as a constant companion wether it be in dining room or walking back to his room from wherever.
    We shared books and had several discussions about our favorite authors. He talked about his wonderful family and life in general.
    Thank you for adding his photo as it brought memories of this gentle
    Man.
    God Speed, Warren