Warren F. Struppeck
FUNERAL HOME
Church Funeral Services & Crematory - Baton Rouge
5535 Superior Drive
Baton Rouge, LA
Warren Frederick Struppeck met his heavenly family July 17, 2019. Warren grew up in Zion City and on the Amite River in Port Vincent. He graduated from Glen Oaks High School and later received a scholarship in track from Southeastern Louisiana University. At the same time, he entered the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War and traveled the world on a minesweeper called The Bluebird. After his tour he went to work for ExxonMobil where he retired in 1999. He and his brother, Robert, played semi-pro basketball and were on various softball teams. Warren served as a patrol officer for the Baker Police Department. One of highlights of his life was becoming a Mason in the Baker Masonic Lodge. He joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, serving as an Elder, Scout Master, a home teacher and in various teaching capacities especially with the youth. He was an avid hunter and loved being out in nature. He was instrumental in training new coaches and athletes for Special Olympics in East Ascension Parish, specializing in shot put. Warren is survived by his wife Cynthia Kessel Struppeck, his children, Becky Struppeck Everton (Jeremy), Jason Struppeck, and Callie Struppeck, his grandchildren, C.J. Broussard, Sarah Everton Ruth (Andrew), Adam Everton and Joshua Everton along with 3 great grandchildren, Oliver, Madeline, and Gabriel; brother Robert Lynn Struppeck (Sandra). Preceded in death by his parents, Elmo and Dorothy Z. Quin, his sister, Barbara Struppeck Magee, stepdaughter, Rachel Ann LeBlanc. Please join us for visitation on Monday, July 22, 2019, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints located at 25367 Riverton Av., Denham Springs, LA 70726, located in Plantation Estates. Visitation is from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., with service beginning at 7:00 p.m. In Lieu of Flowers, memorial gifts are preferred; gifts of love that are received will be used by the family to honor his life and memory in Warren's name give to his favorite charity organization: to give click here https://www.inlieuof.com/st-amant/warren-f-struppeck. Services with Church Funeral Services & Crematory
Published by The Advocate from Jul. 20 to Jul. 22, 2019.
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MEMORIAL EVENTS
Jul
22
Visitation
4:30p.m. - 7:00p.m.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
25367 Riverton Av.,, Denham Springs, LA
Jul
22
Service
7:00p.m.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
25367 Riverton Av.,, Denham Springs, LA
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It does not seem like my best Friend has been gone from us for a year now. I am proud to say Warren was indeed, my Best Friend. We spent many a day hunting and fishing together. I have a lifetime of memories of our 'Adventures' together that ease the pain within me. Being 15 years older than me, Warren was my Friend, Mentor and motivator as soon as we met inside Exxon's Stores Department. My Daddy told me many a time "Son, if you find one REAL Friend in life, you will have accomplished quite a feat". Warren was THAT true friend to me. Our times together were so much more than just a 'hunting trip' or a 'fishing trip' with just anyone. I always considered him to be my Big Brother, along with his 'little Brother', Robert. Hunting trips to the Spillway in Lottie Louisiana were the best days of my life. We enjoyed our time together beyond explanation. Warren always made it special. My proudest day was being his Best Man at his and Cindy's Wedding. I pray I have been a good enough man to make it into Heaven and see my 'Brother' again. He is missed very deeply and, thought of every time I pick up a hunting rifle or fishing rod. Every minute on one of our 4 wheelers reminds me of Warren and all the fun we shared. I thank God for loaning me Warren. A gift that will remain with me for all eternity.
George Norwood
Friend
July 14, 2020
My deepest condolences to Cindy, Jason, Callie and the entire Struppeck Family. Warren was my best friend and the best hunting & fishing buddy a man could ask for. He will be sorely missed by many. He and Brother Robert gave me so many great memories in the woods and bayous that will stay with me all my days. I pray our Lord will ease the pain of this loss for his Wife and Family during these trying days of mourning. To his lovely Wife Cindy and children, please do not hesitate to call on me at any time now or in the future if I can be of any help or support to you in any way.
George & Yvonne Norwood
July 21, 2019
Offering prayers for a fallen Soldier.
Barry Jarreau
July 21, 2019
Sorry for your loss Robert.May he rest in peace.Jackie Moore.
Jackie Moore
July 21, 2019
To the Struppeck Family, nay the moments you shared grant you comfort and peace. My thanks for his service in the U.S. Navy in defense of our Nation. God Bless, Vince Giaccone
Vincent Giaccone
July 21, 2019
Cindy and family,
So sorry for your loss. Prayers to you today and in the coming weeks.
Sincerely
Audrey Ducote Boudreaux
July 20, 2019
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