Dustin I am going to assume that you have taken some DNA test and that a test gave you a match to someone who links to the Strauss surname.
Can you do a couple of things to help us help you?
1. If these are living people and we have to be very careful of sensitive details in a public forum, consider making application to the Adoption Angel Project here on WikiTree. We keep all details confidential to stay within EU privacy guidelines as well as some US court appointed privacy mandates. https://www.wikitree.com/contact/adoption/
There is a waiting list while we look for new Angels to join us and be trained but since you seem to have a lot of info yours might be a good case for a new Angel to help with. Make the note that I said that on this thread in the notes section of the application.
2. Make sure you have requested the Non Identifying Information Report that is available by Federal Statute now in all 50 states to adoptees. Some state have seriously changed their laws to allow opening up of prior secret adoption files if you meet specific criteria. This assumes US adoption which most of our cases are because most of our current members are US based. We do however also work with UK, Canada, and other places. I am handling two Hungarian ones, one from New Zealand, 3 from Canada.
3. If you have taken a DNA test indicate that and with which agency. GedMatch is free to join and because t has some really robust tools for helping with this kind of analysis we recommend that you upload your raw DNA to them. You will need to provide your GedMatch number to an Adoption Angel who helps you but once again we keep everything confidential.
4. Think through what you want to accomplish. Do you just want to know the names of your birth parents? Do you want to contact them?
Recognize contacting can span reactions from open arms hugs and kisses to phones being slammed down to court orders being issued stating no contact until death of the parent. (I have personally seen all of those).