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Irma Strickler

Irma Kay Strickler

Friday, February 1st, 1946 - Saturday, June 20th, 2020
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Irma Kay Strickler, 74, of Lake Como, passed from this life on Saturday, June 20, 2020 at UF Health Shands in Gainesville. A native of Ocala, she resided in Crescent City and Lake Como for the past 52 years moving here from Jacksonville. Years ago, she worked several years as the program director at Lakeshore Nursing Home. For over 40 years, Irma Kay owned and operated a cake and pastry business “Delicious Designs”. She was known throughout Putnam County as “The Cake Lady”. Irma Kay had been a member of the Order of Eastern Star. In addition to enjoying sewing, Irma Kay loved traveling all over the country with her husband Richard in their RV.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 51 years, Richard W. “Dick” Strickler, her parents, W.F. and Mary Carter, 2 brothers, Dean Cook and Robert Cook and a sister, Dorothy Cook.
Irma Kay is survived by her children, Elise Frazer (Michael) of Pittsburgh, PA, Robin Strickler (Sherri) of Micanopy, Andy Strickler (Paula) of Omaha, NE and Ruth Ann Kellerman (Robert) of Port Orange, a brother, Eddie Carter (Mary Ann) of Ocala, 9 grandchildren, Meredith Juchniewicz (Rich), Andrew Matson, Wesley Strickler, Lauren Habiak (Chris), Matthew Strickler (Marissa), Sarah Lahman (Dustin), Andrew Strickler, Robert Kellerman and Rachael Kellerman and 4 great-grandchildren, Easton Glenn Lahman, Emersyn Louise Lahman, Grady Richard Strickler and Zephram Robert Juchniewicz.
Due to concerns with the Covid 19 virus, private family services will be held with burial in Lake Como -Pomona Park Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be sent to Tunnells 2 Towers Foundation, 2371 Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10306.
Memories and condolences may be expressed to the family at Irma Kay’s Book of Memories page at www.johnsonoverturffunerals.com.
Arrangements are entrusted to Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home in Palatka.
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Deanna Hughes

Posted at 09:08am
Irma Kay was my beautiful friend and my mentor. She always had time to talk to me about cakes. We had made plans to get together so she could teach me how to make her beautiful designs. We wanted to have a girls’ lunch and just enjoy each other’s company and discuss our shared love of cakes. But, sadly, we never got to have that time together. I will miss her so much.
LW

LaTrecia Wilkerson

Posted at 08:53am
Saddened to hear that Mrs. Irma has passed on. She made numerous cakes for me and my family through the years!! The last cake she made was for my mom's surprise 80th birthday!! The cake was half pound and half strawberry. She made cakes for my 13th and 21st birthday as well. Her cakes were delicious and full of love. RIP Mrs. Irma.
LS

Lovarnso Walker Sr

Posted at 08:21am
My sincere condolences to the family. Such a great lady with a wonderful personality . Thank you for all the delicious cakes. Made my 1st wedding cake. You will truly be missed in the community. Lovarnso Walker Sr.

Helen Mohr

Posted at 06:56pm
I absolutely loved "Erma Kay." When I was a child she lived down the road from us. She always had such a sweet smile and kind words of encouragement. Then in later years she became "the cake lady". Her cakes were absolutely the best! My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I hope you can find peace by sharing the wonderful memories you share.
MG

Mary "Nonnie" Garcia

Posted at 06:13pm
I am so glad I had a heart to heart with her after my dad died. She was worried about me 💝🙏. Ms Irma Kay could make your heart sing with a butter cream icing yellow cake. (And I don’t even like icing). She was putting away all her cake pans when we last spoke. Truly this is the end of an era. 💝💝💝🎂

Thank you for making our birthday, anniversaries, and even our church sales memorable.

Say hi to mom and Papi.
 
JC

Jane Crawford Posted at 10:46am

I am heartbroken to hear of Ms Irma-Kay's death. She was truly a legend in the cake baking business. She made every birthday cake for both of my girls when they were growing up, and Connor's gorgeous wedding cake. She made the best pound cake with butter cream icing I have ever had. I loved talking to her, and she always wanted to know about my kids. I hadn't seen her often as of late, but when I did we always had a lot to talk about. Rest easy dear lady.
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