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Robert Neal Strambler

robert strambler

September 1, 1957 ~ March 16, 2024

Born in: San Antonio, Texas
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

Robert Neal Strambler was born on September 1, 1957, to Samuel Charles Strambler and Emma B. Jenkins in San Antonio, Texas. Robert Neal was the fourth of seven children. Robert joined the army in 1976 and served for several years. When he returned to San Antonio, Robert met and married his wonderful wife of 32 years, Sandra Lynn Prosser. Robert will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by his loving family. He was preceded in death by his parents Samuel Charles Strambler, Jr. and Emma Bell Jenkins and his two brothers Gregory Anthony Strambler and John David Strambler.

Robert leaves cherished memories with a host of family to include: (wife) Sandra Strambler; (daughter) TyShawn Hughes; (Brother) Rasul Obadiah Amenhotep; (Sisters) Athie Johnson; Janice Davis (Randy) and Muezetta Robinson; two (grandchildren) Cepresia Ingram and Imani Ingram; brother-in-Law, Chester Prosser, Jr. and Sister-in-Law, Darla Riley (Gary). Robert also leaves precious memories to a host of nieces, nephews’ relatives, and friends.

Robert was loved most by those who knew him best and he never hesitated or held his tongue when he felt there was something that you needed to know. Robert always made people laugh and we will miss his humor!


Visitation: April 11, 2024 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Room: Chapel

MeadowLawn Funeral Home
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States


Funeral Service: April 12, 2024 12:00 pm

Room: Chapel

MeadowLawn Funeral Home
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States


Cemetery: April 12, 2024 2:15 pm

Room: Shelter #3

Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd.
San Antonio, TX United States


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  1. CandleImageTo Robert’s life long love and caregiver: Lynn, our family ,friends and those who loved him so dearly, God bless your hearts and grant you peace. My most fondest memory is the last family gathering we had at my home and he came and ate so good, I am sure he hurt himself. He kept saying “Netta, your Mamma taught you well”. We made fond memories together as a family. I was just looking at some family reunion pictures from Austin. My heart aches for you Lynn and family. Taylor and I send you our deepest condolences and ask that you reach out if there is anything we can to to help with preparations for his homegoing services. Praying for your peace and comfort in the Lord, Our Savior, Christ Jesus, Love you All.

  2. My sincere heartfelt condolences to you Cousin Lynn, TyShawn and family. We will keep you in prayer.

    I will be out of town the weekend of the services. ♥️

  3. CandleImageRobert has been in this family for a Long time. When my Dad Chester Prosser Sr. Passed in 1982 unexpectedly. He took my little brother under his wing and they enjoyed lifting weights and watching sporting events. He love Boxing ( I think he thought he was a heavyweight champion) He gave me a few driving lessons but I don’t think I would have passed if I followed his advice. He was a stern father and grandfather to my nieces. He took them to have fun as well Throught out all those years there were a few things he said I doubted , but one thing I don’t is that he loved my sister. When she fell ill during covid that was a hard time for us especially. We had my conversation that began with him calling me crying and saying he couldn’t take seeing her like that because through the years he was the one in the hospital. He is appreciated for the many things he has been to our family. Like my cousin said he loved to eat and him and my husband say they joined the family for the food. He would call me on holidays and special events to have me save him a plate if he couldn’t attend. I had to go through the entire menu and tell him what was on it. His favorite things was greens and potato salad and the turkey drumstick. He liked dressing (my mom’s recipe) My brother gets closer to it than I do but he would tell me you got close to Ms. Genie’s but nobody can make it like her. We will miss you Robert! Fly High!

  4. CandleImageBlessings my friend until we meet again. Your presence and smile will be remembered forever.
    Love always,

  5. Prayers and condolences are extended to the Lynn Strambler and family from Barbara Chavis and Son, Gary L. Whitley.

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