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Jamey Dean Strawser
August 25, 2023
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Jamey Dean Strawser, 48, of Hoopeston, Illinois, most recently residing in Danville, passed away in Danville Friday, August 25, 2023. Jamey was born in Watseka, IL on April 28, 1975, to Ronald and Jimmie (Ferrell) Strawser.
Preceding him in death are his father, Ronald Strawser, mother, Jimmie (Ferrell) Strawser, sister, Rhonda Strawser, and nephew, Craig Strawser.
Surviving are his children who he loved with all his heart; Jamey Strawser Jr (Meranda) of Danville, IL, Jimmy Strawser of Champaign, IL, Arron Strawser of Perrysville, IN, Daylonn Nochehdehi of Arizona, Seth Strawser, Dakota Strawser, Michael Strawser, William Strawser, and Beau Strawser all of Danville, IL. His grand babies who where everything to their grandpa; Lillianah, Jerald, Emma, Ally and Kaylynn all of Danville, IL, his siblings; Rose Smith of Watseka, IL, Shirley Rasmus of Arizona, Ronald D. Strawser, Jr. (Kim) of Michigan, Carol Strawser of Michigan, Barbara Strawser of Michigan, Charles Strawser (Cindy) of Michigan, Angela Homann (John) of Westville, IL and Kevin Strawser (Angela) of Hoopeston, IL. There are also many nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins and other special family that meant so much to Jamey.
To know Jamey, was to love him. One of the biggest hearts left this earth too soon. Playing spoons, singing good ol’ country music, working on vehicles and motorcycle rides were some of the things he enjoyed. But nothing compared to the love he had for family. Children had a special place in his heart like no others. You could always count on him spoiling a niece, nephew or grand baby whether it be with time or his last dollar. He was a stubborn man and wouldn’t take “no” for an answer. Yet being in his presence made everyone near him enjoy the little things in life. Jamey was very generous. He was the kind of friend or family member you could count on when a helping hand was needed. He would literally give you the shirt off his back, even if it was his only shirt. The world truly lost a one-of-a-kind man.
A celebration of life will take place at 5:30 p.m. Friday, September 1, 2023 at the Tilton Community Center. Online condolences: www.rortvedtfuneralservices.com.