Agnes Elizabeth Riegsecker
                                      January 13, 1922 -- January 18, 2013

Agnes Elizabeth Riegsecker, 91, of Middlebury, died at 12:00 pm, on Friday,
January 18, at her son’s residence in Wakarusa. She had been in failing health.
She was born on January 13, 1922, in LaGrange County, to Claude and Edna
(Miller) Miller. On February 12, 1943 in Elkhart County she married Jesse
Riegsecker; he died July 14, 2008. Surviving is a daughter, Rebecca (Mike) Lee
of Middlebury; three sons, John (Deborah) Riegsecker of Gig Harbor, WA,
Joseph (Debi) Riegsecker of Middlebury, Jerrold (Kay) Riegsecker of Wakarusa;
five grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by
her husband, parents, a son, James Riegsecker, two sisters, Mary Hartzler and
Frances Hooley, a brother, Claude Miller, one infant sister and one infant brother.
She was a homemaker, had worked for the Telephone Co. in Shipshewana for
about 5 years and was well known for her doll collection and her doll hospital.
Visitation will be from 3:00 -7:00 pm on Monday January 21, at Miller-Stewart
Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street Middlebury. Burial will be in Grace Lawn
Cemetery, Middlebury prior to the funeral service at 11:00 am on Tuesday
January 22, at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home. Services will be conducted by
Hospice Chaplain Jane Miller. Memorials may be given to Love Way in honor of
her many years as working as a volunteer.

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                                               Current Online Condolences

My sympathy to the family.  I met Agnes when Goshen Community Chorus went
to Poland.  She was a pleasant person to know on the tour.
Anna Mae Marner
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Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
From:  Glen & Jeanne Riegsecker
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John, Joe, Becky, Jerry, and families, You have been in my thoughts and prayers
the last few days. I have so many good memories of your mom. She was a very
intelligent and very talented woman. We had many good times together! My kids
remember trips to the farm and the dolls and farm toys.
From:  Sharon Schwietert Craven and family