May 25, 1943 -- June 13, 2020

Alvin N. Miller, 77, of Millersburg, passed away at 9:56 am on Saturday, June
13, at Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne, after a brief illness. He
was born on May 25, 1943 in LaGrange to Nathaniel E. and Mary Ann
(Beechy) Miller. On May 16, 1963 in LaGrange County he married Alice L.
Bontrager, she survives. Survivors in addition to his wife are four sons,  
David Wayne (Sara) Miller of Chariton, IA, Melvin Eugene Miller of
Shipshewana, Marion (Kathy) Miller of Middlebury, Norman (Kristina) Miller of
Shipshewana; four daughters, Dorene Kay (Melvin, Jr.) Mullett of Millersburg,
Mary Elizabeth (Laverne) Miller of Topeka, Wilma (Devon) Miller of  
Millersburg, Ellen (Jr.) Keim of Topeka; 46 grandchildren, 38
great-grandchildren; six sisters, Lydia (John) Yoder of Sarasota, FL., Anna
(Leander) Keim of Sturgis, MI, Barbara Miller of Topeka, Irma (John)
Lambright of Arcadia, FL, Marietta Miller of Topeka, Ida Miller of Topeka;  
three brothers, Edwin (Edna) Miller of Noblesville, Lloyd (Edna) Miller of
Topeka, Aaron (Ruth) Miller of Ligonier;  two sisters-in-law, Cora Sue Miller of
Millersburg and Katie (John) Hochstetler of LaGrange; lifelong friend Mel
(Irene) Mullet of Topeka. He was preceded in death by his parents; son,
Kenneth Miller; two grandsons and one great grandson; three brothers, Ora,
Mahlon and LeRoy N. Miller; two sisters, Wilma and Kathryn Miller. Alvin was
a farmer and had worked in area factories; most recently he was doing
woodworking out of his home. He was a member of the Old Order Amish
Church. Visitation will be after 2:00 pm on Sunday June 14, all day Monday,
June 15, at the family's residence, 5125 S. 1050 W., Millersburg. Funeral
services will be at 9:30 am on Tuesday, June 16, also at the family's
residence. Services will be conducted by the home ministers. Burial will be in
Hawpatch Cemetery, Topeka.
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From: Karen Fitzgerald
Dave, Sara Jimmy, and Polly and all your family. May God hold you in
His loving arms and give you comfort during the loss of your Dad, father
in law and Grandpa. My thoughts and prayers to you all. With love, Karen
Alvin N. Miller