Lisa posted a condolence
Wednesday, December 4, 2019My condolences to the Strobel family. I know this is a difficult time and I pray God continues to comfort and strengthen the family during this time of bereavement. May the many cherished and loving memories of Mr. Strobel continue to comfort his family and friends. A comforting thought to keep in mind is at Isaiah 25:8 "He (GOD) will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces." May you all have calming and pleasant thoughts during this time.
Kevin Grigsby posted a condolence
Wednesday, December 4, 2019I knew Henry as a mentor, friend, and role model. He was a true gentleman and scholar. He freely shared his wisdom and humanity with me as I aspired to learn to “love out loud.” Henry was a mensch. I will be only one of many who will miss him.
Joanne Bednarz-Prashad posted a condolence
Wednesday, December 4, 2019Dr Strobel was such an important part of the medical school and community. He epitomized the Humanity of Medicine. Thank you so much, sir, for your gifts and love, and for teaching us to be generous.
Tom Viggiano posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 3, 2019Henry Strobel was a humble, wise, brilliant and loving colleague who selflessly served others and was a blessing to many, many people. He was one of a group of Faculty Affairs deans who worked tirelessly to improve the support for scientists and physicians in our nations medical schools. He loved all of his colleagues "out load" and frequently served as a moral compass as we were navigating our way. Although I am saddened by Henry's passing, I am also overwhelmed with gratitude that I was blessed with such a wonderful friend and colleague. God bless you Henry and thank you.
Bill Lynerd posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 3, 2019We didn't know Henry but he was related to my late mother, Emily Strobel Lynerd. We send our warm condolences to the family.
Con Kredel Nolen posted a condolence
Monday, December 2, 2019In addition to being very intelligent, Henry was always cheerful and friendly to all. Con Kredel Nolen
Bruce Wayne Stender posted a condolence
Monday, December 2, 2019We always knew him as Little Henry, our cousin (his dad being Big Uncle Henry). It was a crazy nickname for one of the tallest in the clan, even when we were little. He was the first Strobel to go to college. I followed him years later as the first of the Stenders. Our paths crossed too few times since those early years, but we always remember him in love.
Olivia Kredel Pickett posted a condolence
Monday, December 2, 2019My sisters and I knew Henry at Charleston High School in the late 50’s. He was the smartest guy in the school, and fun to know as well. My deepest condolences to all who loved him.GEDeF
Tian Xue lit a candle
Monday, December 2, 2019
Steve Jones posted a condolence
Monday, December 2, 2019Henry was such a good friend and mentor to me, and many others here at McGovern Medical School. I always appreciated that he was purposeful in his approach to being kind and supportive to all here without regard to status. We will miss you my dear friend.
Margaret Owen Blizard posted a condolence
Sunday, December 1, 2019I was a classmate if Henry'si remember many good times with the class. He is now joined by many of the class of '60
Jaquelin Simons planted a tree in memory of Henry Strobel, Jr.
Sunday, December 1, 2019
Jan Goin posted a condolence
Sunday, December 1, 2019Henry was a fraternity brother of my husband, David Goin, while at the College of Charleston. Precious memories include many Friday "Thanksgivings" with his family and friends in Summerville; and a once-in-a-lifetime trip to China, where we went on one of the Silk Road tours spanning from Beijing to the western city of Kashgar. I will miss just knowing that he is no longer in this world, but reassured that he now rests in the arms of his heavenly father.
Priestley Coker posted a condolence
Sunday, December 1, 2019I was in Henry's class at the High School of Charleston. He was the valedictorian of the class of 1960 and an outstanding person that far back. Houston is lucky to have had his presence. I wish that he had remained in Charleston and contributed to its rich life. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
Jim Folk, M.D. posted a condolence
Sunday, December 1, 2019Henry was my "little brother" in Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at the College of Charleston in 1961. May God bless him and his family.
Josh Hansel posted a condolence
Thursday, November 28, 2019My thoughts are with you. My mom was an admirer of your father. Our best, Josh and Dr Nancy K Hansel.
Dick Rogers posted a condolence
Thursday, November 28, 2019Henry was a really nice fellow. I knew him first at Palmer and later at UT. He was very polite and reserved. Almost like he had some hidden secret that kept him satisfied and grounded. I once visited the Episcopal church in Beaufort, SC and was surprised to see the name Strubel on several tombstones. Today is Thanksgiving and one of my many blessings that I am thankful far is that Henry was a part of my life. Dick Rogers
Debbie Brooks Ruffing posted a condolence
Thursday, November 28, 2019When I returned to Palmer after the death of my husband and after a long absence, he was the most enthusiastic member of Palmer to welcome me back. I have known him for 50+ years and have always appreciated his sense of humor and great kindness to one and all. He also helped me to understand the meeting between God and Science. I will miss his kind and inspiring presence at Palmer more than I can say.
The family of Henry Willis Strobel, Jr. uploaded a photo
Wednesday, November 27, 2019