Tina Lynn Strunk

Born: 02/12/1964 Passed:

Tina Lynn Strunk age 56, of Parma Ohio passed away March 1, 2020. She was born on February 12, 1964, in Logan, West Virginia to Russell Lowell Strunk Sr. and Rosie Adaline (Whitman) Strunk.

She spent most of her life in Cleveland/Parma where she worked in several bakeries.  She enjoyed visiting other countries such as Canada and traveling to many states across the country and even lived in Spain and London for a short period of time. Tina also enjoyed playing dominos, spades and other card games in which she played with her longtime companion Willie McGuire. She was a family person who loved her children and grandchildren. She had her own unique sense of humor. Everyone who knew her, loved her.

She is survived by her children Andy (Crystal) Strunk, Samantha Strunk, Sarah Strunk, and Brandon (Dalila) Strunk; grandchildren, Andy Strunk Jr., Luke Strunk, Serenity Obojski, Emmalee Gurko, Mikaylah Martina, Sebastian Velez, Benjamin Nemeskery, Gabriella Morgan, and Liam Strunk; siblings, Pamela  (David) Whichard, Karen Tom) Turay, and Brian (Delores) Strunk; nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.

Tina is preceded in death by her father, Russell Lowell Strunk Sr; mother, Rosie Adaline (Whitman) Strunk; brother, Russell Lowell Strunk Jr.; sister, Kimberly Ann (Strunk) Watts; and niece, Rosie Pearl Vest.

Per Tina’s request, memorial contributions may be made in her memory to a non-profit organization of the donor’s choice.

Services will be held on Saturday, March 14th, 2020, between the hours of 2pm to 6pm at 6900 Lofts located at 6900 State Road Parma Ohio 44134 located on the first-floor party room. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.Heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society



1 Tribute to Tina Lynn Strunk

  1. Pamela Shepherd-Whichard says:

    I remember those road trips we would make together. we went to Chicago, Boston, Niagara Falls, and so many other places, each one was a different journey that bonded us closer together. we were not always close, because when you were a teenager,I was an annoying little sister. we grew and as we did, we grew closer. In the time that we spent together you were not only my sister, but became my best friend too! You have made your final journey Sister, I will miss you so much! I know that you are not suffering and that you will be given eternal life. Until we meet again best friend.

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