Elizabeth Grace Strebeck, 80, of Gibson City passed away at 8:39 a.m Tuesday October 25, 2022. at her residence. Visitation will be held 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Saturday November 5, 2022 at Rosenbaum Funeral Home in Gibson City. Funeral Service will be at 12:00 p.m. Burial will be at Drummer Township Cemetery in Gibson City. Memorial contributions can be made to Heritage Manor Nursing Home in Gibson City.
Grace was born on May 16, 1942 in Gibson City a daughter of Richard and Leta Mae (Wilson) Strebeck. She is survived by her husband Lee Feldman. Three daughters Alana (William) Bundrant of Gibson City, Sara (Tom Hutchcraft) Thorndyke of Gibson City, and Misty (Andy) Galyon of Iowa. Ten precious grandchildren Laura (Jammie) Casey, Amanda ( J.C.) Akridge, Rachel Andrews, Anthony Ferguson, Christine Goode, Patricia Chandler, Korban (Emma) Galyon, Katy Galyon, Cole Hutchcraft, and Chelsea (Dylan) Maggie. Seventeen great-grandchildren Katie (Cobin) McSwain, Hunter Casey, Raylee, Lauren, Wyatt, and Jaidyn Akridge, Jayce Andrews, Owen Seibert, Gracie Goode, Sierra Thorndyke, Billy Goode III, Kenneth Goode, Ember Adolfson, Maverick Galyon, Hudson Hutchcraft, Kyson, and Kennedy Cook. Two brothers Fred (Joyce) Strebeck of Gibson City, Richard Strebeck of Gibson City, and two sisters Georgia (Jack) Rainwater of Broken Arrow, OK, and Susie Strebeck of Gibson City also survive. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers Charles, Robert, Larry Strebeck, one sister Pat Essington, and one grandson Michael Galyon.
Grace was a cook at the Heritage Manor in Gibson City until her retirement in 2015. She loved to cook for the residents many of whom she knew. She loved to travel to St. Louis and watch her favorite team the St Louis Cardinals. She was a member of the VFW, participated in bowling league, loved to sew and crochet, was a majorette in high school, and was also known to be a jokester at times. What she loved most was spending time will all of her grandchildren there was always one around. She was a loving mother who was always there for her kids and will be missed by all who knew and loved her.