It started as a way to give back — and to honor the example of their father and grandfather.
In those early days, the numbers were smaller and the number of people the Strimbu family helped was just beginning to make an impact.
Now, 30 years and more than $3.4 million later, the reasons they carry on are the same — helping those who need a hand up and supporting their community, the lessons Nick Strimbu Jr. taught them all.
The next generation of the Strimbu Memorial Fund has its sights on bigger and better — and ripples that extend even further.
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