Short, Joseph D.
Joseph D. Short
, 77, Wauseon, died Thursday, March 22, 2001;
County Health Center
Wauseon, where he
was admitted Saturday.
20, 1923, at Leo, Ind
, he was a son of Elmer and
(Yoder) Short. On Dec. 27, 1953, he married Alice Marie Short, who
in death on Feb. 13, 1991.
living for 42 years in the Monc1ova, Ohio
area, he moved to Wauseon in 1997. He worked for Toledo Stamping
Co. for 38 years, and was a member of Bancroft
now the Toledo
include three sons, Duane (Roselyn) Short, Wauseon; David (Lenna)
d’Alene, Idaho; and Marvin (Peggy) Short, Albany, Ore.; 10
sisters, Margaret Klopfenstein and Evelyn Elsworth, both of West Unity;
brother; Alfred Short,
Lake Havasu City,
services were Saturday, 11:30 a.m., at North Clinton
Wauseon. Brad Faler, Michael Zehr, and Gary Blosser were offciating
Burial in Ottawa Hills
Obituary: Archbold (Ohio)
Buckeye, 28 Mar 2001
by: Mona Mann
Mary E. Short
, 81, Archbold, died Sunday morning, April 22,
2001, in her home following a brief illness.
15, 1913, near Delta, she was a daughter of John and Ella (Huyck)
married Glen W. Short on June 30, 1932, and he preceded her in death on
12, 1977. She lived most of her lifetime in the Archbold area, and was
homemaker. She was. a member of the Lockport Mennonite
are three sons, Walter (Ruth) Short, Normandy, Mo.; Dale L. (Arlene)
Archbold; and Glen (Delores) Short Jr., Lithia Springs, Ga.; two
Mrs. Donn (Joyce) Jones, Fremont; and Mrs. Lowell (Cheryl) Eicher,
grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren, plus
step-great-grandchildren; one brother, Charles (Inabelle) Green, Ocala,
and one sister, Martha Sullivan. Stryker.
will be tomorrow, Thursday, 10:30a.m. at the Lockkport Mennonite
Allen Rutter, Mark and Wendy Miller are the officiating pastors. Burial
follow in the Lockport
call at Short Funeral Home, Archbold, from 2-9 p.m., Wednesday
Obituary: Archbold (Ohio)
Buckeye, 25 Apr 2001
by: Mona Mann
Siegrist, Esther Marie Kreider, 77, of Myerstown, PA died May 18, 2001 at home. Born in East Petersburg, PA to Elmer and Mary (Herr) Kreider.
Esther was married to James B. Siegrist for 55 years. A homemaker, Esther asisted her husband's ministry in various Eastern Mennonite Conference churches. Esther was a member of Bernville Mennonite Church.
Surviving is her husband James and six sons, James K., married to Carolyn Hursh Siegrist of Martinsburg, PA; John K., married to Betty Weaver Siegrist of Sunbury, PA; Mark K., married to Karen Detweiler Siegrist of Fredericksburg, PA; Paul K., married to Kathleen Weaver Siegrist of Wernersville, PA; David K., of Quezaltenago, Guatemala, and Jason K., married to Joyce Garber Siegrist of Womelsdorf, PA; four daughters, Marie K., married to James C. Ehst of Clayton, Del., Rachel K., married to Vernon W. Weaver of McAlisterville, PA; Alice J., married to Melvin H. Mack of Pitman, PA; and Charlotte A. of Quezaltenago, Guatemala; 62 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.
Also surviving are seven brothers, Mervin H. Kreider of Denver, PA; Lloyd H. Kreider of Kirkwood, PA; Elmer H. Kreider of East Berlin, PA; Franklin H. Kreider, both of Lancaster, PA and Norman K. Kreider and John H. Kreider both of Harrisonburg, Va; and two sisters, Elva M. Breneman of Manheim, PA; and Edith A., married to Elvin Denlinger of Holtwood, PA.
Esther was preceded in death by a brother, Harold H. Kreider.
Funeral service was May 23, 2001 Bernville Mennonite Church, with burial at Bernville Mennonite Cemetery, Berks Co., Bernville, PA.
Source: Miscellaneous Lancaster County
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler
Pauline M. Beck
M. Stauffer, 71,
died Oct. 25, 2001, at her home in Wabaunsee County, Kansas. Born, July 29, 1930, in Fulton County,
she was a daughter of John and Alma Beck.
She married Milton Stauffer in 1950, who survives.
They resided at Morrow County, Ohio, until they moved to Kansas in 1977.
For 14 years she worked as the Alma, Kan.
librarian. In 1984 she started an
antique and new quilt business. Her
memberships included the Mennonite
Church and the Zeandale Community Church. She served as chairman of the Zeandale Women
of the Church guild.
Also surviving are four children: Beverly Augsburger,
Bhuj, India; Thomas Stauffer, Harrisonburg, Va.; Kay Mills, Norton,
Glass, Baltimore, Md.; three brothers, Robert Beck, Wauseon; James
Archbold; and William Beck, Pioneer; two sisters, Lois Rufenacht,
Carolyn Bateman, Salisbury, N.C.; a step-mother, Sylvia Beck, Archbold;
A memorial service was held Oct. 28 at the Zeandale Community
Church. On Sunday, Nov. 11, at 3 p.m. a memorial
service is planned for Gilead
Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
She bequeathed her body to the University of Kansas
Medical Center for research.
Obituary: Archbold (Ohio) Buckeye, Nov. 8, 2001
Submitted by: Mona Mann
Stoltzfus, Stephen S.
Born: 10-1-1917, Salisbury Twp. Died:
6-17-2001, Gap, Lancaster Co., Pa.
Husband of: Mary Glick Stoltzfus for 60 years. Son of: Stephen M.
and Lydia Stoltzfus Stoltzfus
Survivors: Sons, Leroy (Salomie Lapp) Stoltzfus and David (Miriam
Zook) Stoltzfus, both of Gap, Pa. Daughters: Lydia Ann (Elam M.)
Stoltzfus of Kinzers, Pa. and Ruth (Samuel B.) Stoltzfus of Gap, Pa.
Grandchildren: 26. Great-grandchildren: 32.
Brother: John (Sylvia) Stoltzfus of Gap, Pa.
Sister: Lavina (Amos K.) Petersheim of Narvon, Pa.
Preceded in death by 2 brothers, Elam & Christian Stoltzfus
Stephen was a farmer and member of Old Order Amish Church.
Funeral Notice: From the late home 300 White Horse Road, Gap, Pa. at
10 a.m. Standard Time, Tuesday, June 19, 2001, followed by burial in
Buena Vista Amish Cem., Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa.
Original obituary can be obtained
Intelligencer Journal, published Tuesday,
June 19, 2001, Lancaster, Pa.