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Anna Mast; Frey, Harvey B.;
Anna (Mast) Diener of R.R. 1, Arthur, Ill.; daughter of Henry
and Lucy (Yoder) Mast, was born June 7, 1894 in Douglas County, Ill.;
died Jan. 7, 1977, at the age of 82 years, 7 months. She was a member
of the O.O. Amish Church. On Dec. 7, 1916, she was married to Obed
Diener, sharing life's joys and sorrows over 60 years. She leaves to
mourn her departure her husband, 3 sons and 6 daughters: Henry of
Middlebury, Ind., Jerry of Arthur, Dannie of Lovington, Ill., Mrs.
Henry (Katie Ann) Bontrager, Humboldt, Ill., Mrs. Milton (Ly-dia)
Miller, Mrs. Milton (Lucy) Otto, both of Arcola, Ill., Mrs. Eli
(Fannie) Gingerich, Sullivan, Ill., Mrs. Richard (Emma) Bennet, Steger,
Ill., Mrs. Fred (Mary) Mast of Paxinos, Pa.; 58 grandchildren, 51
great-grandchildren. Also 4 brothers and two sisters, Jacob and Dan
Mast of Indiana, Rudy Mast, Arthur, Menno Mast, Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs.
Adlai (Katie) Miller, Arthur, Mrs. John (Lena) Hochstedler of Kalona,
Iowa. She was preceded by her son Andrew, one brother and two
grandsons. Services were held in the home Jan. 10, 1977, by the home
Min. David D. Schrock, and Bish. Henry A. Miller. Burial in Yoder
Cemetery southeast of Arthur.
From: Amish-Mennonite Church,
Herold der Wahrheit, March 1977, p. 57
Issue donated by: Chris Yoder, Saugatuck, Michigan
Transcribed by: Thelma Hoover Martin
Harvey B. Frey, 75, of Pettisville, died Monday morning at
Detwiler Manor in Wauseon where he had resided the past six months. He
near Pettisville, living his entire lifetime in the general area. He
from farming in 1956 and then worked at Archbold Ladder Co. for ten
retiring in 1966. He was a member of the West Clinton
He is survived by six sons, James and Merle, both of
Wauseon, Vincent of New Carlisle, Carl of Pettisville, Ronald of
Phoenix, Arizona, and Edward
Waidelich of Archbold; 20 grandchildren; three great grandchildren; two
brothers, Ed B. Frey and Ora
Frey, both of Pettisville; and two sisters, Mrs. Sylvan (Pearl) Rupp of
Archbold and Mrs. Charles (Bessie) Miller of Wauseon.
Services will be held on Thursday at 10:30 at West Clinton
with Rev. Edward Diener and Rev. Walter Stuckey officiating. Interment
in the Pettisville
call at Short Funeral Home in Archbold. The family requests that
given to the Mennonite Board of Missions.
by: Mona Mann
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