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Plains Edition Obituaries for 7-16-11

Steven Dudley ‘Roudy’ Stroud, 52, of North Platte died June 27, 2011, at his farm north of North Platte of an apparent heart attack.

He was born May 4, 1959, at Coffeyville, Kan., to Harold Dudley and Carol Sue (McPheeters) Stroud.

His family moved to North Platte in 1971 and he attended North Platte Schools.

He went to work for the Union Pacific Railroad in 1977 as a fireman oiler for 12 years. He then worked various jobs until going to work for the State of Nebraska Department of Roads in 2003.

He married Jolynn Holmes on May 21, 1994, in North Platte where they made their home until 2003 when they moved to the Garfield Table south of Arnold.

He loved taking care of his cows, horses and chickens. He also enjoyed boating, water skiing and motorcycle riding.

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He attended the Tallin Church south of Arnold and Bethel Evangelical Free Church in North Platte. He was a member of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Posse.

Survivors include Jolynn Stroud of North Platte; son, Michael Stroud and special friend, Chandra Bang of North Platte; two daughters, Michele DeLeon of Lincoln, and Kerissa Stroud of North Platte; his father and stepmother, Harold (Cynthia) Stroud of North Platte; brother, Roger Stroud of North Platte; sister, Katheryn (Dee) Greeley of North Platte; five grandchildren, Isaiah Stroud, Adyson Stroud, Olivia Koubek, Blane Marcantel and Madisyn Marcantel; uncle, Jim Holmes of Des Moines, Iowa; aunt, Ava Gibson of Fort Scott, Kan.; nieces and nephews, Josh Greeley, Chris Stroud, Heather (Greg) Smolik, Brandy (David) Bogus, Dezarae Greeley and Liberty Greeley; numerous cousins and other family.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Brandi Marcantel and his mother, Carol Sue Stroud.

Steven Dudley ‘Roudy’ Stroud, 52, of North Platte died June 27, 2011, at his farm north of North Platte of an apparent heart attack.

He was born May 4, 1959, at Coffeyville, Kan., to Harold Dudley and Carol Sue (McPheeters) Stroud.

His family moved to North Platte in 1971 and he attended North Platte Schools.

He went to work for the Union Pacific Railroad in 1977 as a fireman oiler for 12 years. He then worked various jobs until going to work for the State of Nebraska Department of Roads in 2003.

He married Jolynn Holmes on May 21, 1994, in North Platte where they made their home until 2003 when they moved to the Garfield Table south of Arnold.

He loved taking care of his cows, horses and chickens. He also enjoyed boating, water skiing and motorcycle riding.

He attended the Tallin Church south of Arnold and Bethel Evangelical Free Church in North Platte. He was a member of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Posse.

Survivors include Jolynn Stroud of North Platte; son, Michael Stroud and special friend, Chandra Bang of North Platte; two daughters, Michele DeLeon of Lincoln, and Kerissa Stroud of North Platte; his father and stepmother, Harold (Cynthia) Stroud of North Platte; brother, Roger Stroud of North Platte; sister, Katheryn (Dee) Greeley of North Platte; five grandchildren, Isaiah Stroud, Adyson Stroud, Olivia Koubek, Blane Marcantel and Madisyn Marcantel; uncle, Jim Holmes of Des Moines, Iowa; aunt, Ava Gibson of Fort Scott, Kan.; nieces and nephews, Josh Greeley, Chris Stroud, Heather (Greg) Smolik, Brandy (David) Bogus, Dezarae Greeley and Liberty Greeley; numerous cousins and other family.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Brandi Marcantel and his mother, Carol Sue Stroud.

Steven Dudley ‘Roudy’ Stroud, 52, of North Platte died June 27, 2011, at his farm north of North Platte of an apparent heart attack.

He was born May 4, 1959, at Coffeyville, Kan., to Harold Dudley and Carol Sue (McPheeters) Stroud.

His family moved to North Platte in 1971 and he attended North Platte Schools.

He went to work for the Union Pacific Railroad in 1977 as a fireman oiler for 12 years. He then worked various jobs until going to work for the State of Nebraska Department of Roads in 2003.

He married Jolynn Holmes on May 21, 1994, in North Platte where they made their home until 2003 when they moved to the Garfield Table south of Arnold.

He loved taking care of his cows, horses and chickens. He also enjoyed boating, water skiing and motorcycle riding.

He attended the Tallin Church south of Arnold and Bethel Evangelical Free Church in North Platte. He was a member of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Posse.

Survivors include Jolynn Stroud of North Platte; son, Michael Stroud and special friend, Chandra Bang of North Platte; two daughters, Michele DeLeon of Lincoln, and Kerissa Stroud of North Platte; his father and stepmother, Harold (Cynthia) Stroud of North Platte; brother, Roger Stroud of North Platte; sister, Katheryn (Dee) Greeley of North Platte; five grandchildren, Isaiah Stroud, Adyson Stroud, Olivia Koubek, Blane Marcantel and Madisyn Marcantel; uncle, Jim Holmes of Des Moines, Iowa; aunt, Ava Gibson of Fort Scott, Kan.; nieces and nephews, Josh Greeley, Chris Stroud, Heather (Greg) Smolik, Brandy (David) Bogus, Dezarae Greeley and Liberty Greeley; numerous cousins and other family.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Brandi Marcantel and his mother, Carol Sue Stroud.

Steven Dudley ‘Roudy’ Stroud, 52, of North Platte died June 27, 2011, at his farm north of North Platte of an apparent heart attack.

He was born May 4, 1959, at Coffeyville, Kan., to Harold Dudley and Carol Sue (McPheeters) Stroud.

His family moved to North Platte in 1971 and he attended North Platte Schools.

He went to work for the Union Pacific Railroad in 1977 as a fireman oiler for 12 years. He then worked various jobs until going to work for the State of Nebraska Department of Roads in 2003.

He married Jolynn Holmes on May 21, 1994, in North Platte where they made their home until 2003 when they moved to the Garfield Table south of Arnold.

He loved taking care of his cows, horses and chickens. He also enjoyed boating, water skiing and motorcycle riding.

He attended the Tallin Church south of Arnold and Bethel Evangelical Free Church in North Platte. He was a member of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Posse.

Survivors include Jolynn Stroud of North Platte; son, Michael Stroud and special friend, Chandra Bang of North Platte; two daughters, Michele DeLeon of Lincoln, and Kerissa Stroud of North Platte; his father and stepmother, Harold (Cynthia) Stroud of North Platte; brother, Roger Stroud of North Platte; sister, Katheryn (Dee) Greeley of North Platte; five grandchildren, Isaiah Stroud, Adyson Stroud, Olivia Koubek, Blane Marcantel and Madisyn Marcantel; uncle, Jim Holmes of Des Moines, Iowa; aunt, Ava Gibson of Fort Scott, Kan.; nieces and nephews, Josh Greeley, Chris Stroud, Heather (Greg) Smolik, Brandy (David) Bogus, Dezarae Greeley and Liberty Greeley; numerous cousins and other family.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Brandi Marcantel and his mother, Carol Sue Stroud.