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Dwight Lewis Strouse
November 21, 1953 -- May 12, 2019

Dwight, 65, beloved husband, father, papa, brother, uncle and friend to many, passed away the evening of Sunday, May 12, 2019. He grew up in Merriam, KS and as a young boy, his interests varied from Boy Scouts to motorcycles and fast cars. This interest in all things automotive ultimately grew into a love of the Indy 500 and Formula One racing. He attended Kansas State University, where he met the love of his life, Charlotte Maxine Sontag. Dwight and Charlotte married in 1977, then settled in the Dallas area, where they raised their two sons, Todd and Kyle. He held various sales positions and “stumbled” upon the medical waste industry, where he started and sold two different companies. After his final sale, he began investing in income producing real estate in Leonard, TX. Dwight was very active in Boy Scouts while his sons were growing up and served as their Cub and Scout Master. He was also a Master Mason and member of Hella Scottish Rite. Throughout the years the Strouse family had many road trips to visit loved ones in Kansas. This eventually developed into a love of travel throughout the United States, abroad and especially Mexico, where they enjoyed their condo in Playa Del Carmen. Rock and Roll was also a love of Dwight’s and he and Charlotte attended many a rock concert together. His spirit, jokes and love of life will be greatly missed. Dwight is survived by his wife, Charlotte of Fairview, TX; two sons and their spouses, Todd Lewis (Katherine) of Allen, TX and Kyle Alexander (Natalie) of Dallas, TX; his two beloved grandchildren, Nicholas Lewis and Scarlett Anne; mother, Marian Strouse of Lenexa, KS; sister, Claudia (Daryl) McVicker of Lenexa, KS; numerous nieces and nephews and many friends. He is preceded in death by his father, Claude Lewis Strouse, and sister, Alexis Mary Lois Strouse. Services will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 3:00 PM at Bentwood Trail Presbyterian Church, 6000 Bentwood Trail, Dallas, TX 75252. In lieu of flowers, donations in Dwight’s name can be made to TX Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, 2222 Welborn Street, Dallas, TX 75219.

Condolences

Mimi Bishop May 15, 2019

friend Carrollton , Texas

I have so many fond memories of Dwight over the years as Scout Master, Texas A&M fan, and friend. Dwight was always there for his family and friends and no one could make me laugh harder. I never tired of his stories. He was the ultimate storyteller! He was also the most clever and resourceful person I ever knew. He will be dearly missed but I know he is making everyone in Heaven laugh till they cry. Rest in Peace Dwight.

Kirk Wooldridge May 15, 2019

Friend PLANO , Texas

Sorry to hear about Dwight's passing. I hope to see you at the Memorial.

joe and jean schildhauer May 15, 2019

fraternity brother spring , Texas

Dwight will be missed by all of us! He was a good friend ,brother and family man. Our hearts go out to all of his family and prayers as well. Praying is talking to god. Meditateing is listening to god. Listen carefully and you will find peace.

Marni L Reiffenberger May 15, 2019

Cousin Sedalia , Colorado

So sorry to hear of Dwight's passing. He was always so happy and lots of fun. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. We haven't seen you in years but we often talk about how you all are doing, and always wish you well. He will be missed.

Lisa and David McGee May 16, 2019

Friend Orlando , Florida

We are heartbroken! Your family will be in our prayers as you grieve Dwight's passing.

Julie and Dave Wilmoth May 16, 2019

Friend McKinney , Texas

There are just no words to describe our sadness about the sudden loss of Dwight. He was so fun, so smart, so entertaining and such a genuine friend. We are here for you, Char, and all of the Strouse family. I hope the outpouring of love and support eases your pain and comforts your broken heart.

Barb & George Reed May 16, 2019

Friend The Colony , Texas

Dwight truly was a special guy--friendly and fun. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you go through this sad time.

Alan Foster May 16, 2019

friend Blue Springs , Missouri

Cathy and I extend our sincerest condolences to Charlotte and the family. As a fraternity friend and roommate, I got to experience Dwight's fun-loving spirit, joy for life and the jokes that he pulled on his friends. He was one-of-a-kind and he will be missed.

Debbie Linenberger May 16, 2019

Went to grade school with Dwight Cincinnati , Ohio

Dear Charlotte and family, I am so sorry to hear about Dwight's passing. I have enjoyed following you and your family on FB. You have enjoyed such wonderful travels and you posted wonderful pictures of Dwight as a grandfather. He fit well into that roll. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Love, Debbie Adams Linenberger

Elizabeth May 16, 2019

co-worker Venus , Texas

My deepest condolences and sympathy to the Strouse Family. May the Lord surround you in comfort in the days to come.

Donde Womack May 16, 2019

Friend Leonard , Texas

Dwight was a good friend and will be dearly missed. He will never be forgotten by his friends in Leonard. He made us laugh and he was always a ray of light. May God comfort and bless the family.

Ron Thompson May 17, 2019

Friend Pilot Point , Texas

I remember our first time at the Indy 500, we had a great time and you were showered and shaved by 6:30am roaring to go, great times, you will be sorely missed, RIP my friend, I will see you again Bambino