Start with LED off

First of all I have a knock off chin board where High is off and LOW is on.
In the code below it starts with the LED on. I need to start with the LED off.

*/

// constants won't change. Used here to
// set pin numbers:
const int stro2Pin =  8;      // the number of the LED pin

// Variables will change:
//int stro2Pin = low;
int stro2num = 1;             // ledState used to set the LED
long prestro2Millis = 0;        // will store last time LED was updated
long stro2interval1 = 860;           // interval at which to blink on(milliseconds)
long stro2interval2 = 900;           // interval at which to blink off(milliseconds)
long stro2interval3 = 940;           // interval at which to blink on(milliseconds)
long stro2interval4 = 980;           // interval at which to blink off(milliseconds)
long stro2interval5 = 1800;           // interval at which to blink off(milliseconds)
//long stro2interval6 = 1800;           // interval at which to blink off(milliseconds)
void setup() {
  // set the digital pin as output:
  pinMode(stro2Pin, OUTPUT);      
} 
void loop()
{
  // check to see what strob count you are on to see what interval is needed
  unsigned long curstro2Millis = millis();  // set time to now
 if (stro2num == 1 && curstro2Millis - prestro2Millis > stro2interval1) {digitalWrite(stro2Pin, LOW); stro2num = 2;} // 1st flash off
 if (stro2num == 2 && curstro2Millis - prestro2Millis > stro2interval2) {digitalWrite(stro2Pin, HIGH); stro2num = 3;}   // 1st flash on
 if (stro2num == 3 && curstro2Millis - prestro2Millis > stro2interval3) {digitalWrite(stro2Pin, LOW); stro2num = 4;}  // 2nd flash off
 if (stro2num == 4 && curstro2Millis - prestro2Millis > stro2interval4) {digitalWrite(stro2Pin, HIGH); stro2num = 5;}    // 2nd flash on
 if (stro2num == 5 && curstro2Millis - prestro2Millis > stro2interval5) {digitalWrite(stro2Pin, HIGH); stro2num = 1;    // 2nd flash off
 //if (stro2num == 6 && curstro2Millis - prestro2Millis > stro2interval6) {digitalWrite(stro2Pin, HIGH); stro2num = 1;    // 2nd flash off 
  prestro2Millis = curstro2Millis;  // set the time to start loop over 
  }
}

"chin board", what is that?

Drive to the level you want here?:

void setup() {
// set the digital pin as output:
pinMode(stro2Pin, OUTPUT);
digitalWrite (stro2Pin, HIGH); // or LOW whatever is needed for off
}

That got it.
My board is a Redesign Pro Mini atmega328 5V 16M

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