Gospel Herald Obituaries - July, 1960

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Gospel Herald - Vol LIII Number 27 - July 5, 1960 - Page 615, 616 =

Alderfer, Harvey M., son of Abram and Sarah (Moyer) Alderfer, was born Oct. 26, 1884; died instantly under his overturned tractor on the farm on which he had lived all his life, May 26, 1960; aged 75 y. 5 m. On May 12, 1908, he was married to Susan T. Landes, who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons (Walter, Frederick, Pa.; and Isaiah, Harleysville, Pa.), 2 daughters (Marie-Mrs. Harlan Nice, Harleysville; and Mildred-Mrs. John Bucher, Dover, Pa.), 15 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren, and one sister (Martha--Mrs. John Ruth). Two sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services were held at Landis' Funeral Home, in charge of Abram Metz, and at the Franconia Church, of which he was a lifelong member, with Menno Souder and Curtis Bergey officiating; interment in adjoining cemetery.

Egli, Matilda, daughter of Christian and Mary (Kennell) Eigsti, was born Oct. 10, 1898, in Fayette Co., Ill.; died at her home in Pattonsburg, Minonk, Ill., June 8, 1960; aged 61 y. 7 m. 28 d. On Feb.. 4, 1920, she was married to Reuben Egli, who survives. Also surviving are their 8 children (Walter, Varna, Ill.; Emma--Mrs. Neil Monk, Washburn, Ill.; Chris, LaRose, Ill.; Mary Bartonville, Ill.; Ben, Minonk; Jeanette--Mrs. Marvin Viets, Varna; and Glen and John, at home), 12 grandchildren, and 3 brothers and 5 sisters (Mrs. Elizabeth Grob, Kalispell, Mont.; Peter, Washburn; Mrs. Lena Ulrich, Cazenovia, Ill.; Joseph and Mrs. Barbara Ross, Shelbyville, Ill.; Mrs. Emma Christner, Tower Hill, Ill.; Chris, Rock Falls, Ill.; and Mrs. Phoebe Hostetler, Chicago, Ill.). She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, 4 sisters, and one grandchild. Funeral services were held at the Linn A.M. Church, June 10, in charge of Christy Christner and John E. Hostetler.

Fry, Harvey L., son of John and Ellen (Leisy) Fry, was born Nov. 23, 1895, in E. Cocalico Twp.; died of a heart attack, while driving a truck, May 21, 1960, at Ephrata, Pa.; aged 64 y. 5 m. 28 d. He was married to Sara Zinn, who survives. Also surviving are 6 children (Helen-Mrs. Paul H. Koforth, Mary--Mrs. Warren S. Good, John Z., and Betty--Mrs. Harold G. Martin, all of Ephrata; Eleanore--Mrs. Earl N. Weaver, New Holland, Pa.; and Larraine--Mrs. Ray H. Kochel, East Earl, Pa.), 26 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, 4 brothers (Norman, Denver; John, Lancaster; Ira, Denver; and James, Lancaster), and one sister (Edith, Stevens, Pa.). He was a member of God's fellowship church. Funeral services were held May 25 at the W. Z. Church, in charge of Monroe W. Carrell, Peter N. Gress, and Christ H. Moyer.

Good, Emma Kauffman, daughter of the late David and Fannie (Kauffman) Groff, was born at Bird in Hand, Pa., Sept. 8, 1883; died from a heart and lung condition May 29, 1960, at Spring City, Pa.; aged 76 y. 8 m. 21 d. She was married at her home in Bird in Hand, Sept. 4, 1906, to William H. Good, who survives*. Also surviving are 9 children (Fannie--Mrs. Wilson Weber and Edna--Mrs. Ellis L. Mack, both of Harleysville, Pa.; William, Embreeville, Pa.; Bertha--Mrs. Crist D. Sharp, Lewisburg, Pa.; Mary, Spring City; Emma--Mrs. Jonas Mininger, Souderton, Pa.; Ruth--Mrs. Clyde Eby, Westover, Md.; Naomi, Spring City; and Norman, Souderton), 2 sisters (Lizzie and Naomi Groff, Lancaster, Pa.), one brother (Willis Groff, Lancaster), 26 grandchildren, and 5 great-grandchildren. She was a member of the Vincent Church, where funeral services were held June 3, in charge of Norman Bechtel, Jacob Kolb, and Elmer Kolb.
*Correction: He was not living - See his obituary in GH Oct. 18, 1955

Heishman, Ira Isaac, son of Thomas J. and Sarah (Barbe) Heishman, was born Sept. 15, 1891, near Wardensville, W. Va.; died of a heart attack April 29, 1960, at the Rockingham Memorial Hospital, Harrisonburg, Va.; aged 68 y. 7 m. 14 d. On Nov. 8, 1915, he was married to Mrs. Damie Long Heishman, who survives. Also surviving are 4 children (Maxine--Mrs. Howard Bowman, Harrisonburg; Sadie--Mrs. Orville Stucky, Archbold, Ohio; Donald, Lakeland, Fla.; and Roy, Cleveland, Ohio), 7 grandchildren, one sister, (Mrs. Lydia Kline, Harrisonburg), and 3 brothers (Ephraim, Wardensville; William T. Dayton; and Henry, Washington). He was a member of the Crest Hill Church, Wardensville. Funeral services were held at the Lindale Church, May 1, with A. T. Rollins, J. Ward Shank, and Moses Slabaugh officiating.

Hunsberger, Marjorie, daughter of Edwin Hoover and Mrs. Lena (Hoover) Reesor, was born April 14, 1931 at Toronto, Ont.; died June 7, 1960, at Kitchener, Ont.; aged 29 y. 1 m. 24 d. On May 4, 1950, she was married to Enos Hunsberger, who survives. Also surviving are one son (Eric), her mother (Mrs. Lena Reesor, Vineland, Ont.), one brother (Merle Hoover, Vineland), 3 stepbrothers (Lewis, David, and John Reesor, Markham, Ont.), and 6 stepsisters (Mary Reesor, Kansas City; Martha--Mrs. J. D. Hartzler, ___, Mo.; Annie--Mrs. Harold McDowell, Unionville, Ont.; Eva--Mrs. Paul Burkholder, Markham; Esther Reesor, Brazil; and Ruth Reesor, Toronto). She was a member of the Shantz Church, where funeral services were conducted June 11, in charge of Wayne North and L. H. Witmer; interment in Shantz Mennonite Cemetery.

Layman, Calvin, son of Simon and Elizabeth (Kaufman) Layman, was born Oct. 16, 1876, in Richland Twp., Cambria Co., Pa.; died May 7, 1960, at the Memorial Hospital, Johnstown, Pa.; aged 83 y. 6 m. 21 d. On Nov. 19, 1899, he was married to Catherine Lohr, who preceded him in death about 3 years ago. Surviving are one son and 3 daughters (Harry C., Somerset, Pa.; Blanche--Mrs. Dwight Mostoller, Davidsville, Pa.; and Beatrice, Brooklyn, N.Y.), 10 grandchildren , 9 great-grandchildren, and 2 sisters (Adda--Mrs. Wesley Yoder, Hollsopple, Pa.; and Mrs. Maggie Weaver, Mifflinburg, Pa.). He was a member of the Mennonite Church for over 62 years. Funeral services were held May 10 at the Blough Church, in charge of Harry C. Blough and John A. Lehman.

Lehman, Sylvester Amos, son of William H. and Mary (Lehman) Lehman, was born Nov. 9, 1905, at Kidron, Ohio; died of a cerebral hemorrhage May 30, 1960, at Kidron; aged 54 y. 8 m. 21 d. On Nov. 18, 1928, he was married to Martha Bixler, who survives. Occupation: farming and trucking. Also surviving are 12 children (Florine--Mrs. Lester Yoder, Doris--Mrs. Willis Geiser, Merlin, Elton, Ruth, David, Lawrence, Donald, Jenelle, Carol, Geraldine, and Beth), 3 brothers (Silas, Willis, and Levi), one sister (Hulda--Mrs. Eli Nussbaum), and 6 grandchildren. He was a member of the Sonnenberg Church, where funeral services were held June 3, in charge of Louis Amstutz, Myron Augsburger, I. Mark Ross, and Harlan Steffen.

Lichti, Jacobena, daughter of David M. and Barbara (Zehr) Bender, was born June 1, 1889, near Tavistock, Ont.; died Dec. 25, 1959, at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Wagler, Shakespeare, Ont.; aged 70 y. 6 m. 25 d. On Jan. 12, 1909, she was married to Noah S. Lichti, who survives. Also surviving are 7 sons and 4 daughters (David, Julius, Willis, and Laverne, New Hamburg, Ont.; Nicklas and Louis, Shakespeare; Albert, Woodstock, Ont.; Barbara--Mrs. Allan Bast and Annie--Mrs. Elmer Roth, Baden, Ont.; Magdalena--Mrs. Emerson Wagler, Shakespeare; and Catherine-Mrs. Floyd Steinman, Bright, Ont.), 48 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, one brother (Peter), and 2 sisters (Kate--Mrs. Joel Allbrecht, Tavistock; and Annie--Mrs. Simon Helmuth, ____, Calif.). She was preceded in death by 4 grandchildren. She was a lifelong member of the East Zorra A.M. Church, where funeral services were conducted by Vernon Zehr, Dan Wagler, and Henry Yantzi; burial in adjoining cemetery.

Long, Clara May, daughter of Samuel S. and Barbara (Miller) Yoder, was born Dec. 21, 1877, in Elkhart Co., Ind.; died after a lingering illness at Weaver Convalescent Home, Waterford, Ind., June 13, 1960; aged 82 y. 5 m. 22 d. On Oct. 21, 1897, she was married to Noah M. Long, who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons (Truman E., Elkhart, Ind.; and Lael B., Goshen, Ind.), 4 daughters (Winifred--Mrs. Lewis H. Nelson, Goshen; Lois--Mrs. Ben F. Bowers, Archbold, Ohio; Martha--Mrs. Earl L. Miller, Midland, Mich.; and Lillian--Mrs. Wilbur S. Aeschliman, Quincy, Mich.), 15 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, one brother (Clyde E., Morocco, Ind.), and 2 sisters (Mrs. Elizabeth M. Friesner, Goshen; and Mrs. Lettie R Kies, Elkhart). One brother and three sisters preceded her in death. She was a member of the Clinton Frame Church until 1920, when she moved to Nappanee and attended North Main Street Church. The past 15 years she lived at Goshen and was a member of the College Church. Funeral services were held June 16 at the Clinton Fame Church, in charge of Irvin E. Burkhart and Sanford C. Yoder; interment in Union Chapel Cemetery.

Martin, Anna F., daughter of the late Samuel N. and Annie (Sollenberger) Martin, was born near Smithville, Ohio, July 18, 1879; died May 27, 1960, at the Mennonite Home, Rittman, Ohio; aged 80 y. 10 m. 9 d. She was the last of her immediate family. Surviving are 2 sisters-inlaw (Mrs. Mary Martin, Sterling, Ohio; and Mrs. Minnie Martin, Port Huron, Mich,), 2 nephews (Elam Martin, Smithville; and H. Paul Martin, Mount Crawford, Va.), and one niece (JennieMrs. D. W. Hilty, Sterling). She was preceded in death by her parents and 2 brothers. She was a member of the Crown Hill Church, where funeral services were in charge of Noah Hilty and Stanford Mumaw; interment in adjoining cemetery.

Martin, Annie M., daughter of Monroe and Susanna (Martin) Mohler, was born in Cocalico Twp., Pa.; died, after an illness of five weeks, May 31, 1960, at the home of her son, Clayton M., East Earl, Pa.; aged 87 y. She was the widow of B. Frank Martin, Surviving are 7 children Clayton M., East Earl; Mrs. Mabel Weaver and Mrs. Anna Mary Gehman, New Holland; Mrs. Aaron G. Weaver, Manheim; Aaron A., Columbia; Mrs. Aaron L. Sensenig, Ephrata; and Paul M., Blue Ball), 29 grandchildren, 76 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great-grandchildren, and 7 brothers and sisters (Israel, Cyrus, and Mrs. Emma Royer, Neffsville Brethren Home; Benjamin, Lititz; Monroe, Belleville; Mrs. Mary Sheaffer and Martin, New Holland). She was a member of the Weaverland Church, where funeral services were held June 4.

Meyer, Violet Sophia, daughter of George and Sophia Martin, was born May 22, 1906, at Germantown, Ill.; died of a stroke June 5, 1960, at Peoria, Ill.; aged 54 y. 14 d. On Aug. 19, 1922, at East Peoria, Ill., she was married to John H. Meyer, who survives. Also surviving are 4 children (George, East Peoria; James, Creve Coeur, Ill.; Mrs. Jacqueline Papp, Decatur, Ill.; and Mrs. Francis Joiner, Coulterville, Ill.), a brother (Homer, East Peoria), 5 sisters (Mrs. Mae Bentz and Mrs. Grace Cramer, both of Peoria; Mrs. Clara Cornwell, Deer Creek, Ill.; Mrs. Marie Schmucker, Alliance, Ohio; and Mrs. Margaret Schmucker, Canton, Ohio), and 10 grandchildren. She was a member of the Highway Village Church, where funeral services were held June 8, with Robert Harnish officiating; interment in Fondulac Cemetery.

Miller, Carla Dawn, daughter of Elroy and Marie (Gingerich) Miller, was born at Goshen, Ind., Feb. 3, 1960; died at Elkhart General Hospital June 9, 1960 aged 4 m. 6 d. Surviving besides her parents are one sister (Cheryl Yvonne), her grandparents (Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Gingerich, Millersburg, Ind.; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Yoder, Goshen, Ind., and 4 great-grandparents (Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gingerich, Arthur, Ill.; and Mr. and Mrs. Levi D. Bontrager, Middlebury, Ind.). Funeral services were held at the Clinton Frame Church, June 11, with Vernon E. Bontreger officiating; interment in Union Chapel Cemetery.

Miller, Malinda, daughter of Mrs. Malinda (Glick) Lapp and the late B. F. Lapp, was born July 12, 1917, near Gordonville, Pa.; died, after a lingering illness, May 27, 1960, at her home, Gap, Pa.; aged 42 y. 10 m. 15 d. On Dec. 14, 1944, she was married to Jacob C. Miller, who survives. Surviving, besides her husband and mother, are 5 children (Verna Marie, Leona Fern, Lloyd N., Esther Ann, and Malinda Jane) and 10 brothers and sisters (Katie--Mrs. Henry S. Lapp, Gordonville; Elam, Marietta, Aaron, Leola; LeRoy and Annie, Gap; David, Parkesburg; Christieanne, Gap; Benjamin, Bird in Hand; Leon, Sarasota, Fla.; and Melvin, Ephrata). She was a member of the Weavertown A.M. Church, where funeral services were held May 30, in charge of Elam Kauffman, Reuben Stoltzfus, and Joe Miller.

Moore, Viole S., daughter of Jacob and Alice Swarm, was born July 17, 1888; died May 26, 1960, at the Ideal Nursing Home, Elkhart, Ind.; aged 71 y. 10 m. 9 d. In 1915 she was married to Dennis Moore, who died in 1955. Surviving are 2 children (Mrs. Dorothy Warner and Richard D., both of Elkhart), 2 brothers (Walter J., Madison Twp.; and Herbert, Elkhart), and one sister (Mrs. Mabel Thompson, Chicago). In 1958 she accepted the Lord as Saviour and became a member of the Olive Church, where funeral services were held May 28, in charge of Clarence Shank and Elno Steiner.

Reist, Moses, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Moses Reist, was born near Elmira, Ont., July 2, 1886; died at his home in Elmira, June 18, 1960; aged 73 y. 11 m. 16 d. Occupation: retired farmer. Surviving are his wife, the former Lydia Heer, a son (Edwin, Bright, Ont.), 3 daughters (Lucinda and Salome, Elmira; and Perceda-Mrs. Jesse Gingerich, Conestogo, Ont.), a sister (Mrs. Josiah Martin, Wallenstein, Ont.), 2 brothers (Daniel, Orlando, Fla.; and Joseph, British Columbia), and 9 grandchildren. He was a member of the Elmira Church, where funeral services were held June 21, in charge of Howard S. Bauman.

Schmucker, Herma, daughter of Benjamin and Mary (Riegsecker) Short, was born May 17, 1895; died at her farm home near Archbold, Ohio, June 17, 1960; aged 65 y. 1 m. On Dec. 4, 1919, she was married to Myron Schmucker, who survives. Also surviving are their 8 children (Maurice, Archbold; Virgie--Mrs. Mahler Wyse and Nellie--Mrs. Warren Wyse, Stryker, Ohio; Bessie--Mrs. Leonard King, Wauseon, Ohio; Mary--Mrs. Virgil Eddy, Middletown, Ohio; and Walter, at home), 24 grandchildren, 2 brothers (Clarence, Archbold; and Harold, Fayette, Ohio), and one sister (Bessie short, who of recent years lived with them). Preceding her in death were her parents, 2 sisters, and one grandson. About 10 years ago she suffered a heart attack but recovered sufficiently to live a quite normal live until her sudden death. Funeral services were held at the Grisier Funeral Home in Archbold and at the Lockport Church, of which she was a member, by Maynard Wyse, Simon Stuckey, and Walter Stuckey; burial in Lockport Cemetery.

(Note from a family member: "I recently found an obit for Schmucker, Herma (Short) in Gospel Herald issue Jun 5, 1960. The obit states they had eight children which is true, but it only lists six
of them. The other two are: Annarose, known as Rose, Mrs. Ruben R. Fuentos, Dunlap, IN and Carol Jean who goes by Jean, Mrs. Virgil Eddy, Middletown, Ohio. Older sister, Mary is married to Vincent Beck not Virgil Eddy as it states in the obit." - mm)

Schrock, Manassa, son of Harvey and Susan (Yoder) Schrock, Sheridan, Oreg., was born near Hutchinson, Kans., Sept. 7, 1918; died of leukemia (from which he had suffered about seven months) June 4, 1960; aged 41 y. 8 m. 27 d. He is survived by his wife, Vera, two sons (Floyd and Jerrold, both at home), one daughter (Barbara, at home), his parents, 2 brothers (Enos, Sheridan; and Reuben, Beaver, Oreg.), and 3 sisters (Barbara Shenk, British Columbia; Rebecca Eash, McMinnville, Oreg.; and Clara Smith, Webb City, Mo.). Shortly after his marriage in 1945, he and his wife established a home near Willamina, Oreg. In the fall of 1955 he moved with his family to Western Mennonite School campus where he served as maintenance man until the time of his death. Funeral services were held June 8 at the Sheridan Church, in charge of Marcus Lind and Dan Shenk.

Souder, Mary Landis, daughter of Horace F. and Annie (Landis) Bergey, was born June 16, 1889, in Franconia Twp., Pa.; died May 28, 1960, at Telford, Pa., after having suffered for several years from a heart condition; aged 70 y. 11 m. 12 d. She was married on Oct. 12, 1907, to Harvey F. Souder, who survives. Also surviving are 6 children (Elsie B.--Mrs. Clarence Hagey, Franconia; William B., Earlington, Pa.; and Russell B., Horace B., Harvey B., Jr., and Henry B., all of near Telford) and 2 brothers (Horace L., Hatfield, Pa.; and Norman L., Franconia). Funeral services were held June 2 at the Franconia Church, of which she was a member, by Curtis L. Bergey, Menno Souder, Clinton Landis, and Alfred A. Detweiler; interment in adjoining cemetery.

Wyse, Elmer J., son of Jephtha and Mary (King) Wyse, was born Nov. 24, 1874, near Archbold, Ohio; died of pneumonia at the Memorial Hospital, Wauseon, Ohio, Feb. 19, 1960; aged 85 y. 2 m. 26 d. On Dec. 29, 1895, he was married to Ella Wyse, who died Sept. 27, 1930. Surviving are 4 children (Mrs. Wilma Sauder, Wauseon, Ohio; Arminda--Mrs. Joe Lehman, Archbold; Rosella, at home; and Ervin, Archbold), 13 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren, and 2 sisters (Mrs. Emma Nofziger and Mrs. Elizabeth Short, both of Archbold). He was a member of the Central Church, where funeral services were held Feb. 23, in charge of Jesse Short and Walter Stuckey; interment at Pettisville, Ohio.

Yoder, Anna Kathryn, daughter of Rudolph and Veronica (Smucker) Yoder, was born Jan. 11, 1882, in Logan Co., Ohio; died of a cerebral hemorrhage at West Liberty, Ohio, May 31, 1960; aged 78 y. 4. 20 d. On Dec. 1907, she was married to John I. Yoder, who survives. Also surviving are 8 children (Luella--Mrs. Loren Ulrich, Eureka, Ill.; Mary--Mrs. Dode Smith, Lima, Ohio; Dwight, Akron, Pa.; Marjory, at home; Wayne, Goshen, Ind.; Wilma--Mrs. Roy Yoder, West Liberty, Ohio; Gail, Bellefontaine, Ohio; John Mark, Apple Creek, Ohio). One son and one daughter, one brother and one sister preceded her in death. She was a member of the South Union Church, where funeral services were held June 3, in charge of Roy S. Koch.

Zoss, Harold Wilmer, youngest son of Fred and Mary (Breckbuhl) Zoss, was born Dec. 7, 1911, near Roanoke, Ill.; died of a heart attack June 15, 1960; aged 48 y. 6 m. 8 d. On Dec. 21, 1932, he was married to Anna Edna Reber, who survives. Also surviving are their 4 children Evelyn--Mrs. Robert Kennell, Roanoke; Shirley, Harold, Jr., and Joanne, at home), 2 grandchildren, his aged mother, and 4 brothers and 3 sisters (Anna--Mrs. Simon Krebs, Secor, Ill.; Ben, Roanoke; Lena--Mrs. S. S. Kennell, Washburn, Ill.; Chris, Lowpoint, Ill.; Martha--Mrs. Ed Hostetler, Roanoke; Elmer, Washburn; and Ray, Roanoke). Preceding him in death were his father, 6 brothers, and one sister. Funeral services were held June 18 at the Linn A.M. Church, in charge of Harold Hostetler and John E. Hostetler.

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Allan, Charles E., was born in Montgomery Co., Ohio, April 30, 1880; died at Dayton Ohio, June 14, 1960; aged 80 y. 1 m. 15 d. Surviving are his wife (Elizabeth Greider Allan), 3 sons (Richard, Cedarville, Ohio; Donald and Charles, Fort Pierce, Fla.), 3 daughters (Martha Crabtree, Xenia, Ohio; Ruth Watern, Dayton, Ohio; and Erma Detrick, Fort Pierce, Fla.), 19 grandchildren, and 2 sisters (Jessie Brillmayer and Mabel Beyl. One brother preceded him in death. He was a member of the Mennonite Church at Medway, Ohio. Funeral services were held June 18 at the Morris Funeral Home, Dayton, Ohio, in charge of Lloy Kniss and Paul R. Yoder.

Axt, Jacob, son of Andrew and Catherine (Shantz) Axt, was born Jan. 12, 1879, in Wilmot Twp., Ont.; died June 25, 1960, at Kitchener, Ont.; aged 81 y. 5 m. 13 d. He was married to Livia Cressman, who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons and 4 daughters (Russel, Andrew, Luella, Irene, Alice--Mrs. Henry Gingerich, and Lillian--Mrs. Stanley Bowman), one brother (Elam), 2 sisters (Mrs. H. W. Bean and Matilda), and 4 grandchildren. He was a member of the Shantz Church, where funeral services were held June 29, in charge of L. H. Witmer and C. C. Cressman.

Bergey, Jonas A., son of Samuel R. and Mary Ann (Alderfer, Bergey, was born Jan. 10, 1871, in Franconia Twp., Pa.; died, following two years of failing health, June 7, 1960, near Telford, Pa.; aged 88 y. 5 m. 28 d. He was married on Jan. 31, 1893, to Annie R. Landis, who died July 31, 1908. On June 4, 1911, he was married to Katie R. Landis, who died June 27, 1952. Surviving are 3 sons and one daughter (Abraham L., Hatfield; Wilmer L., Telford; Katie I. --Mrs. Raymond W. Bergey, Hatfield; and Wayne L., Telford, 11 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, and one sister (Mrs. Lizzie Halteman, Telford). He was a member of the Franconia Church, where funeral services were held June 12, in charge of Menno Souder and Curtis L. Bergey.

Eash, William, son of Noah and Susan (Miller) Eash, was born at Thomas, Okla., July 10, 1915; died of leukemia and pneumonia at Mercy Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa, June 13, 1960; aged 44 y. 11 m. 3 d. At the age of 3 he moved with his parents to Lagrange County, Ind., and at the age of 23 moved to Iowa where he resided until his death. On Oct. 8, 1939, he was married to Ruth Miller of Windom, Kans., who survives. Also surviving are 6 children (Mrs. Norman Stutzman, Iowa City; Velda, Judy, Leon, Dennis Jay, and Michael, all at home), 2 grandchildren, his father and stepmother, Lagrange, Ind.; one brother (Joni, Visalia, Calif.), 3 sisters (Mahala-- Mrs. Elwill Pierce, Cabool, Mo.; Fanny--Mrs. Bill Bahney, Weatherford, Okla; and Mrs. Ida Tierney, Tempe, Ariz.), 4 half brothers (Amos, Burr Oak, Mich.; John, South English, Iowa; Chris, Lagrange, Ind.; and Levi, Topeka, Ind.), 2 half sisters (Saloma, Topeka, Ind.; and Katie-- Mrs. Levi Miller, Kokoma, Ind.), 2 stepsisters and one stepbrother (Mrs. Tobe Miller, Mrs. Samuel Mast, and Menno Miller, all of Lagrange). His mother, one brother, and one sister preceded him in death. He was a member of the Lower Deer Creek Church, Kalona, Iowa, where funeral services were held June 17, in charge of I. Y. Swartzendruber, Robert K. Yoder, and Geo. S. Miller.

Fisher, Mary L. daughter of Isaac and Cathrine (Bare) Leinbach, was born May 20, 1884, near Brutus, Mich.; died June 19, 1960, at her home, Elkhart, Ind.; aged 76 y. 29 d. On Sept. 5, 1914, she was married to Adam H. Fisher, who died in 1918. Surviving are one son (William, Elkhart, Ind.), one daughter (Catherine--Mrs. John Hartzler, Elkhart), one stepdaughter (Mrs. Schyler Pletcher, Topeka, Ind.), 12 grandchildren, one sister (Mrs. Saloma Welty, Nappanee, Ind.), and 2 brothers (Noah, Petoskey, Mich.; and Jonas, Portland, Oreg.). Two brothers and 3 sisters preceded her in death. She was a member of the Prairie Street Church. Funeral services were held June 22 at the Maple Grove Church of the Brethren, New Paris, Ind., in charge of Howard J. Zehr and D. A. Yoder.

Hartzler, Melvin Ray, infant son of Eugene L. and Lois (Longenecker) Hartzler, was born June 21, 1960; died ten minutes after birth. Surviving, in addition to his parents, are one sister (Joyce) and one brother (Stanley). Funeral services were held June 23 at the Miller Funeral Home, Elizabethtown, Pa., in charge of C. Richard Miller and Jay Bechtold; burial in Good's Mennonite Church Cemetery.

Hill, Freeman, son of Marvin and Anna (Harrison) Hill, was born July 15, 1878, at Allegany, N.Y.; died May 26, 1960, at the Blossburg (Pa.) State Hospital; aged 81 y. 10 m. 11 d. His wife, Jane Delong Hill, died in April, 1945. Surviving are one son (Clifford, at home, Westfield, Pa.), 4 stepdaughters, 5 grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. He accepted the Lord as Saviour at the age of 73 and was a member of the West Union Church. Funeral services were held May 31 at the Kear Funeral Home, Ulysses, Pa., in charge of Carl E. Christman and Ivan Smoker; interment in the Genese (Pa.) Cemetery.

Horst, Jonas E., son of John V. and Catherine (Eshleman) Horst, was born May 9, 1886, at Maugansville, Md.; died of a blood clot following amputation of a leg, at his home, Cearfoss, Md., May 28, 1960; aged 74 y. 19 d. On Dec. 12, 1907, he was married to Fannie E. Lesher, who died June 6, 1913. Three children were born to this union, one of whom survives (Catherine --Mrs. John Robinson, Clear Spring, Md.). On Aug. 1, 1914, he was married to Nancy M. Horst, who survives. Also surviving are 8 children of his second marriage (Rhoda--Mrs. Melvin Lehman, Greencastle, Pa.; Edna--Mrs. Lewis Eby, Clear Spring; Esther--Mrs. Albert McLaughlin, Mason-Dixon, Pa.; Ruth--Mrs. Martin Burkholder, Maugansville; Fanny, Vera, and Alice, at home; and Alvin, Columbia, Pa.), 26 grandchildren, one sister (Mrs. Anna Garner, Maugansville), and 2 brothers (Christian E, and Clarence E., Maugansville). Two children of his second marriage also preceded him in death. He was a member of the Reiff Church, where funeral services were held June 1, in charge of Moses K. Horst, Stanley H. Martin, and Reuben E. Martin.

Kornhaus, Craig Allen, son of Eldon and Wava (Gable) Kornhaus, was born June 13, 1960, at Wooster, Ohio; died June 22, 1960; aged 9 days. Death was due to prematurity and complications. Surviving, besides his parents, is one brother (Randy). Funeral services were held June 23 at the Auble-Hooley Funeral Home and cemetery, in charge of Paul Brunner; interment in Wooster Salem Cemetery.

Maust, Asa N., son of Noah J. and Annie (Yoder) Maust, was born April 6, 1900, near Meyersdale, Pa.; died June 11, 1960, 15 days after he was involved in a highway accident near Accident, Md.; aged 60 y. 2 m. 5 d. On March, 12, 1931, he was married to Wilma Yoder, who was instantly killed on May 27, 1960, in the highway accident that took the life of her husband 15 days later. Surviving are 5 sons (Walter, Willis, Alva, Markle, and Harold), one brother (Harvey), and 5 sisters (Savilla--Mrs. Milton Bender, Arminta--Mrs. Edwin Beitzel, Nannie, Vernie--Mrs. Raymond Beitzel, and Edna--Mrs. Roy Beitzel). He was a member of the Casselman River C.M. congregation. Funeral services were held June 14 at the Maple Glen Church, near Grantsville, Md., in charge of Ivan J. Miller, Paul H. Yoder, and Elmer H. Maust.

Musselman, Emma H., daughter of the late Frederick Y. and Mary (Hottenstein) Koser, was born April 11, 1872, in Rapho Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa.; died May 22, 1960, at Elmdale Rest Home aged 88 y. 1 m. 11 d. She was the widow of the late Harry A. Musselman, who died in 1935. surviving are a son (Paul A., Cranford, N.J.), 2 grandsons, 4 great-grandchildren, one brother (Henry H., Landisville, Pa.), and 2 sisters (Mrs. Ella Sharpe, Manheim, Pa.; and Mrs. Elizabeth Baymond, Lancaster). She was a member of the East Petersburg Church. Funeral services were held May 25 at Fred Koser's Funeral home, in charge of Irvin K. Kreider; interment in East Petersburg Mennonite Cemetery.

Neff, Harry E., son or Emanuel and Catherine (Eby) Neff, was born Feb. 3, 1866, in Strasburg Twp., Pa.; died, after an illness of 6 years, at his home near Lancaster, Pa., May 8, 1960; aged 94 y. 3 m. 5 d. His wife, Fannie B. Myer Neff, died in 1955. Surviving are 6 children (Amos E., Covington, La.; Elsie--Mrs. George A. Witmer, Lampeter, Pa.; Leta E., Virgie M., Emma M., and Harry M., all of near Lancaster, Pa.), 3 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, and a sister (Mrs. Katie Huber, Lancaster). He was a member of Mellinger's Church, where funeral services were held May 11, in charge of Elmer Martin and Harry Lefever; interment in Strasburg Mennonite Cemetery.

Nussbaum, Daniel Webster, son of John and Charity (Miller) Nussbaum, was born Sept. 21, 1875, at Middlebury, Ind.; died June 22, 1960, at Froh Bros. Homestead, Sturgis, Mich.; aged 84 y. 9 m. 1 d. He was married on Feb. 27, 1897, to Luvinnie Mack, who died Sept. 12, 1954. Surviving are 2 daughters (Nellie--Mrs. Joseph R. Buzzard, Scottdale, Pa.; and Orpha--Mrs. Ralph Hite, Elkhart, Ind.), 2 sons (Ora, Elkhart; and Elmer, Middlebury), 11 grandchildren, and 9 great-grandchildren. He was a member of the Middlebury Church where funeral services were held June 25, in charge of Harold Yoder; interment in Forest Grove Cemetery.

Prough, Mary, daughter of Daniel H. and Sarah Coffman, was born near Elkhart, Ind., Nov. 4, 1898; died at her home near Goshen, Ind., March 8, 1960, after an illness of 16 years; aged 61 y. 4 m. 4 d. On March 27, 1920, she was married to Perry E. Prough, who survives. Also surviving are 3 daughters and 2 sons (Kathleen --Mrs. Willis Stahl and Grace--Mrs. Richard Wyse, of Archbold, Ohio; Mary Marie, at home; Earl, Goshen; and Harry, Middlebury), 2 brothers and 6 sisters (Mrs. Mattie Eldridge, Goshen; Lizzie and Clara, Elkhart; Eva--Mrs. Pal Eaton, South Bend; Ruth, Norristown, Pa.; Dorothy-- Mrs. Earl Shoup, Middlebury, Ind.; Victor, Ligonier, Ind.; and John, North Webster, Ind.). Besides her parents, one sister, one brother, and one grandchild preceded her in death. She was a member of the Clinton Brick Church, where funeral services were held March 11, in charge of John Yoder and Amsa Kauffman; burial in Forest Grove Cemetery.

Shantz, Minnie, daughter of Eli and Martha Christophel, was born Oct. 22, 1894, at Cullom, Ill.; died of a heart attack, June 19, 1960, at West Liberty, Ohio; aged 65 y. 7 m. 28 d. She was married on Dec. 22, 1915, at Cullom, Ill., to John Shantz, who survives. Also surviving are one son (Roy, Elkhart, Ind.), 5 daughters (Erma --Mrs. Earl Parkinson, New Castle, Pa.; Ruth-- Mrs. John Adams, Troy, Ohio; Edith--Mrs. Paul Grody, West Liberty; Martha--Mrs. Ernest Phillips, South Charleston, Ohio; and Bertha, Nappanee, Ind.), one brother (Lewis, Nappanee), and one sister (Alice, Elkhart, Ind.). One sister preceded her in death. She was a member of the Oak Grove Church, where funeral services were held June 21, in charge of Nelson Kanagy.

Smucker, Adeline, daughter of Jonas and Sarah (Yoder) Smucker, was born Oct. 23, 1868, in Green Twp., Wayne Co., Ohio; died after suffering from a broken hip, June 21, 1960, at Harrisonburg, Va.; aged 91 y. 7 m. 29 d. Surviving are 5 sisters (Mrs. Mary Mast, Amelia, Va.; Ella, Harrisonburg, Va.; Mrs. Evie Miller and Mrs. Emma Rohrer, of Smithville, Ohio; and Katie--Mrs. David Steiner, North Lima, Ohio) and 2 brothers (Daniel M., Sr., Harrisonburg, Va.; and Simon, Orrville, Ohio). She was a member of the Lindale Church, Linville, Va. Funeral services were held June 22 at the Lindsey Funeral Chapel, Harrisonburg, Va., in charge of Moses Slabaugh and Orrie D. Yoder; and on June 24 at Smithville, Ohio, in charge of Marvin Zehr, D. Richard Miller, and Daniel M. Smucker, Jr.; interment in Oak Grove Cemetery, Smithville,

Stauffer, Richard Kent, son of Harry and Edith (Burkey) Stauffer, was born Feb. 26, 1939, at Colorado Springs, Colo; died as the result of injuries received in a motorcycle accident, May 1, 1960, at Providence Hospital, Portland, Oreg.; aged 21 y. 2 m. 5 d. Surviving are his parents, one grandmother (Burkey), and one grandfather (Stauffer). He was a member of the Fairview Mennonite Church, Albany, Oreg.

Steckly, Edward, son of David and Rachel (Kuepfer) Steckly, was born Oct. 7, 1895, at Milford, Nebr.; died of a heart attack June 18, 1960, at Lebanon, Oreg.; aged 64 y. 8 m. 11 d. On Feb. 20, 1921, he was married to Lillie Troyer, who survives. Occupation: farmer and poultry raiser. Also surviving are two sons (George, Albany, Oreg.; and Lester, Woodburn, Oreg.). He was a member of the Albany Church, where funeral services were held June 22, in charge of David W. Mann and Ivan Headings; interment in Lebanon Cemetery.

Sutter, Amos, son of John and Magdalena (Good) Sutter, was born July 16, 1877, at Hopedale, Ill.; died June 25, 1960, at the St. Francis Hospital, Peoria, Ill.; aged 82 y. 11 m. 9 d. He was married to Mattie Mast, who survives. Also surviving are one son and 2 daughters (Ervin, Joliet, Ill.; Sadie--Mrs. Eldon Nafziger and Verna--Mrs. Arthur Nafziger, both of Hopedale), 16 grandchildren, and 30 great-grandchildren. One daughter preceded him in death. He was a member of the Hopedale Church, where funeral services were held June 27, in charge of Ben Springer and Ivan Kauffmann.

Witmer, Phoebe E., daughter of Henry L. and Catharine (Rife) Witmer, was born Aug. 31, 1888, near Chambersburg, Pa.; died May 11, 1960, at the Harrisburg (Pa.) Hospital, of complications following a broken hip; aged 71 y. 8 m. 10 d. Surviving are one sister (Mrs. Clayton Lehman, Chambersburg) and 4 brothers (Harry and John, Chambersburg; Barton, Greencastle; and Clarence, Fayetteville). where funeral services were held May 14, in charge of Amos E. Martin and Harry Funk.

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Bellar, Daniel, son of Andrew and Mary (Kuepfer) Bellar, was born in Mornington Twp., Ont., Oct. 18, 1883; died at Millbank, Ont., May 16, 1960; aged 76 y. 6 m. 28 d. On Jan. 28, 1915, he was married to Sarah Erb, who survives. Also surviving are one daughter (Mary-- Mrs. Earl Litwiller, 2 grandchildren, one sister (Mrs. Lena Graber), and one brother (John). He was a member of the Riverdale A.M. Church, where funeral services were held May 20, in charge of Orland Gingerich, Menno Zehr, and David Jantzi.

Book, Daniel B., was born July 16, 1871, in Providence Twp., Pa., the thirteenth child of Samuel and Mary (Buckwalter Book; died April 13, 1960, at Lampeter, Pa.; aged 88 y. 8 m. 28 d. He was married Nov. 24, 1897, to Mary R. Houser, who died Jan. 17, 1955. One daughter also preceded him in death. Surviving are one daughter (Mabel--Mrs. Ira D. Landis), 4 grandchildren, and 9 great-grandchildren. He was a member of the Providence and Brick congregations. He was the oldest member of the Brick congregation, where funeral services were held, in charge of Jacob T. Harnish, John Breneman, and Emory H. Herr.

Dettweiler, Lucinda, was born Feb. 1, 1893, in Wilmot Co., Ont.; died June 19, 1960, after a lengthy illness, at Breslau, Ont.; aged 67 y. 4 m. 18 d. She was married on Nov. 20, 1918, to Isaiah Dettweiler, who survives. Also Surviving are 4 sons and 4 daughters (Ruby and Norma, at home; Glen and Harold, of Breslau; Ward and Clarke of Preston; Margaret--Mrs. Lavern Good, Waterloo; and Mary--Mrs. John Sayer, Carstairs, Alta.), and 16 grandchildren. She was a member of the Cressman Church, where funeral services were held June 22, in charge of Carl J. Rudy.

Gingerich, Wilfred C., son of John J. and Katie (Eigsti) Gingerich, was born March 6, 1894, at Buda, Ill.; died June 15, 1960, two weeks after suffering a stroke, at Brea, Calif.; aged 66 y. 3 m. 10 d. Surviving are his wife (Freda), a daughter (Winifred Gossett), one stepson (Bennett), 5 brothers (Alvin, Los Angeles, Calif.; Jess, San Jose, Calif.; Irving, Hayden, Colo.; Albert and Percy, Buda, Ill.), and one sister (Elsie, Buda). One son and one brother preceded him in death. He accepted Christ as Saviour when a young boy. Funeral services were held June 18 at Norwalk, Calif.

Hart, Edward D., and Hart, Annie S.--Edward D., son of Henry and Suzanne (Smith) Hart, was born Aug. 2, 1879, in Juniata Co., Pa.; died July 17, 1959; aged 79 y. 11 m. 15 d. Ten months later he was followed by his companion, Annie S. Benner, daughter of Jacob and Barbara (Snyder) Benner, who was born Aug. 18, 1880, in Snyder Co., Pa.; died May 14, 1960; aged 79 y. 8 m. 26 d. They are survived by 2 sons and 3 daughters (Clair J., Annville, Pa.; Mary--Mrs. Roy Leister, Reinholds; Grace --Mrs. Miles Fultz and Jacob H., Lebanon, Pa.; and Ruth--Mrs. Samuel Kinsey, Strasburg), a foster son (Lewis Leach, Cleona), 15 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, and one brother (Charles). Two daughters and 3 grandchildren preceded them in death. Funeral services were held at Hershey's Church, in charge of Simon Bucher, Sidney Gingrich, Martin Hershey, and Marvin Eshleman.

Heer, Magdalena, was born Nov. 15, 1882, at Heidelberg, Germany; died after a lengthy illness, June 20, 1960, at St. Mary's Hospital, Kitchener, Ont.; aged 77 y. 7 m. 5 d. Her husband, John Heer, died April 20, 1938. Surviving are 4 sons and 3 daughters. She was a member of the Cressman Church, where funeral services were held June 23, in charge of Carl J. Rudy and Howard Bauman.

Miller, Winifred, daughter of Truman and Helen (Troyer) Slabaugh, was born Feb. 23, 1937, near Kokomo, Ind.; died June 29, 1960, following surgery for a heart condition, at Kokomo; aged 23 y. 4 m. 26 d. On June 4, 1955, she was married to Jonas Miller, who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons (Gary LaMar and Mark Devon), her parents, 3 sisters (Mrs. Daniel Miller, Kokomo; Mrs. Wilbur Miller, Mishawaka; and Marjorie Ann, Kokomo), one brother (Richard Lee, at home), and her grandparents (Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Troyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Niles Slabaugh). She was a member of the Howard- Miami Church, where funeral services were held July 2, in charge of Emanuel J. Hochstedler and A. G. Horner; interment in Mast Cemetery.

Roth, Jolene Lavonne, daughter of Edward L. and Mildred L. (Bontrager) Roth, was born June 25, 1960, at Wauseon, Ohio, where she died June 26, 1960; aged one day. Besides her parents, she is survived by one sister and one brother (Jenell L. and Jeffrey L.) grandparents (Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Roth, Wauseon; and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bontrager, Kent, Ohio), and great- grandmother (Mrs. W. J. Christner). Graveside services were held at the Pettisville Cemetery, in charge of Roy E. Sauder.

Steinman, Catherine, daughter of Nichalas and Nancy (Herner) Lichti, was born Oct. 18, 1896, at St. Agatha, Ont.; died of cancer April 25, 1960, at the Roswell Park Hospital, Buffalo, N.Y.; aged 63 y. 6 m. 7 d. She was married on Nov. 15, 1917 to Menno Steinman, who died Feb. 23, 1944. One son also preceded her in death. Surviving are one daughter and 3 sons (Marie-- Mrs. Linford Klingelsmith, Harold, Edmund, and Richard), 13 grandchildren, 5 sisters (Mrs. Henry Gerth, Mrs. Noah Boshart, Mrs. John Kraph, Mrs. Mose Bost, and Mrs. Herbert Litwiller), and one brother (Herbert). She was a member of the Clarence Center Church, where funeral services were held April 28, in charge of D. Edward Diener; interment in Good Cemetery.

Stuckey, Mary Ann, daughter of Christ and Catherine (Frey) Freyenberger was born April 10, 1870; died May 16, 1960; aged 90 y. 1 m. 6 d. On May 4, 1897, she was married to Samuel Stuckey, who died March 7, 1954. One daughter, 2 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, one brother, and 5 sisters also preceded her in death. Surviving are one son and 3 daughters (Minnie --Mrs. Elmer Grieser, at whose home she resided for the last 7 years; Lydia--Mrs. Eldon Rupp, Archbold, Ohio; Dennie and Phoebe--Mrs. Cletus Schrock, Wauseon), 21 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and 2 sisters (Lucy, Archbold; and Mrs. Hannah Schmucker, Pettisville, Ohio). She was a member of the Central Church, where funeral services were held, in charge of D. L. Sommers and Jesse J. Short.

Stutzman, Leander Edward, son of John and Anna (Gerber) Stutzman, was born near Milford, Nebr., Aug. 20, 1888; died at the Memorial Hospital, West Point, Nebr., July 1, 1960; aged 71 y. 10 m 11 d. On Jan. 28, 1915, he was married to Lydia Wittrig, who survives. Also surviving are 6 sons and 2 daughters (Glen, Greeley, Colo.; Louis, Valley, Nebr.; Harry, Wisner, Nebr.; John, Leslie, and Edward, Jr., all of Beemer, Nebr.; Evelyn--Mrs. Frances Bellar, Wisner; and Anna Mae--Mrs. James Oswald, West Point), 22 grandchildren, 3 brothers (Roy, Sweet Home, Oreg.; Joe and Harry, Broken Bow, Nebr.), and 5 sisters (Delma Grieser, Scottsbluff, Nebr.; Lily Stutzman, Alliance, Nebr.; Catherine Carstensen, Sarah Eichelberger, and Estella Seeger, all of Broken Bow, Nebr.). One son preceded him in death. He was a member of the Beemer Mennonite Church, where funeral services were held July 4, in charge of Sam Oswald, assisted by Earnest Kauffman; interment in Beemer Cemetery.

Sutter, Dora, daughter of Joseph and Bertha (Zimmerman) Oyer, was born Feb. 8, 1923, near Fisher, Ill.; died of cancer (tumor on the brain) at the Sarasota (Fla.) Memorial Hospital, June 24, 1960; aged 37 y. 4 m. 16 d. She was married on Sept. 18, 1948, to Mervin Sutter, who survives. Also surviving are 3 children (Karen, Patricia, and Michael), her father, 4 brothers (Walter, Elmer, Leslie, and Merle, all of Fisher), and 3 sisters (Dorothy, a twin sister, Panama; Mrs. Ruby Birkey, Rantoul; and Mrs. Ruth Birkey, Fisher, Ill.). She was a member of the Bay Shore Mennonite Church. Funeral services were held June 25 at the Robarts Funeral Home, Sarasota, in charge of T. H. Brenneman, and June 27 at the East Bend Church, Fisher, Ill., in charge of Howard J. Zehr; interment in East Bend Cemetery.

Yoder, Daniel V., son of Valentine and Katie (Schrock) Yoder, was born March 6, 1873, in Lagrange Co., Ind.; died, from uremic poisoning, June 1, 1960, at his home, Topeka, Ind.; aged 87 y. 2 m. 25 d.
April 7, 1894, he was married to Fannie Yoder who preceded him in death. To this union were born 4 sons and 3 daughters. Two daughters and one son also preceded him in death. In 1940 he was united in marriage to Carrie (Mehl) Hostetler, who survives. Also surviving are 3 sons (Elva, Topeka; Harley, Lagrange; and Leo, Garden Grove, Calif.), one daughter (Violetta--Mrs. Howard Mishler, Topeka), 15 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, 2 stepsons (Ernest Hostetler, St. Petersburg, Fla.; and Dewey Hostetler, Topeka, Ind.), and 2 brothers (Tobias V., Topeka; and Lee, Shipshewana, Ind.). He was one of the charter members of the Emma Church (organized in 1902), where funeral services were held June 3, in charge of Amos O. Hostetler and Ivan Miller; interment in Yoder Corner Cemetery.

Yoder, Stephen Douglas, son of Milford and Susie (Yoder) Yoder, was born June 20, 1960, at Lockport, N.Y.; died of a heart defect June 23, 1960, at Buffalo, N.Y.; aged 3 days. Besides his parents, he is survived by one brother and 2 sisters (Gary, Bonnie, and Michale), and grandparents (Mrs. Dora Yoder and Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yoder). Funeral services were held June 25 at the funeral home in Clarence, N.Y., in charge of D. Edward Diener; interment in Good Cemetery.


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Ralph Shetler
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