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George Elliott Stroupe II

December 15, 1972 - January 5, 2014-


George Stroupe IIIf one was never blessed with the chance to know George they missed out on an incredible man. For those who knew and loved George Stroupe most would say many things. Those would be that he was a kind man, a loving man and a man that had a heart bigger than imaginable. George was a wonderful son, an incredible brother, a loving and devoted husband and the best father that any child could ask for.

George was a man that had many loves. His family first, then

the outdoors. To fish, for George, was to live. He loved to be in the outdoors whether it be fishing, hunting or enjoying a day at the lake. He loved family outings and get togethers. Yearly visits to the ocean were a family tradition.

To know George was to know love and adventure. He will be

greatly missed by all of his loved ones. It breaks our hearts to say goodbye.

A celebration of George’s life will be held at a later date.

George Stroupe II is survived by his mother Judy Starr-Storms, his father William Edwin Storms, his grandfather Robert Crooks, his wife Kimberly Eurto, his sons George Elliott Stroupe III, Caleob Eurto, Andrew Stroupe, Tayton Hollinquest, his daughters Christima Stroupe, Karissa Stroupe and McKenzie Stroupe, his sisters Tina Frazier and Tima Douglas, his aunts Kathy Williams and Nina Rome, his uncle James Grant, nine nieces and nephews Giorgio Frazier, Sergio Mauri, Adrian Stroupe, Jennifer, Beth, Matthew, Justin and Marissa (Bunch), Rochelle Douglas, and his grandson Leland Stroupe. George was proceeded in death by his grandmother, Betty Sue Crooks and his biological father George Elliott Stroupe.