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Lucille Ann Striyle

Posted 2024-07-02 by mhenderson
Published by Today's News Herald on Jun. 30, 2024 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Lucille Ann Striyle, affectionately known as Lou Ann, passed away on May
5, 2024. Born to Evelyn and Thomas on December 12, 1939, in Los Angeles,
she was a beacon of light and warmth in the community she was dearly

Predeceased by her husband Johnny LaVall Striyle (Vall), daughter Lynn,
parents and her sister Katherine. Lou Ann's memory will be cherished and
kept alive by her children, grandchildren, sister Jaynette, brother
Marty and a community that was better for her presence.

Lou Ann's love extended to her two children, Joy Striyle and Gary
Striyle, Her five grandchildren, Tania, Jeffrey, Jon, Joshua and Gage.
She has 9 great grandchildren Jocilyn, Julissa, Gabriella, Michael,
Elijah, Sophia, Lilliana, Arianna and Isabella.

Lou Ann and her family moved here from Springfield, Oregon the summer of
1969 making her a Havasu Pioneer. She worked at the Lake Havasu
Irrigation and Drainage District, several real estate offices, multiple
attorneys, and even a chiropractor's office. She had always loved
crafting and decided to open up a stamp and craft shop until she

Lou Ann was involved with her community and service organizations.
Western Welcome Wagon, Lake Havasu City Visitors Center, Beta Sigma Phi
Sorority, Soroptimist, Christian Women's Community, Republican Women, Mt
Olive Lutheran Church (decorating committee, remembrance tree, wedding
coordinator, fund raising and holiday sale), as well as multiple prayer

She will truly be missed by her family, friends and community. There
will be a service at Mount Olive Lutheran Church 2170 Havasupai Blvd.
Lake Havasu City on July 13, 2024 at 1 p.m.

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