April 20, 1939 -- October 15, 2019

Ann S. (Troyer) Yoder, 80, of Goshen, died at 10:10 pm, on Tuesday, October 15, at
Courtyard of Goshen. She was born on April 20, 1939, in Constantine, MI, to Levi E.
(Lottie) and Ida (Gingerich) Miller. On September 6, 1959 in Middlebury, she married
Edward E. Troyer; he died September 5, 1995. She married Harley Yoder in Goshen; he
survives. Surviving in addition to her husband are her five children, Gene (Cathy)
Troyer of Middlebury, Kathy (John) Hanes of Allendale, MI , Ron (Tina) Troyer of Fort
Wayne, Rich (Melissa) Troyer of Middlebury, Mike (Becky) Troyer of LaGrange;
step-son, DeWayne (Brenda) Yoder of Goshen; two step-daughters, Sherry (Dave)
Faulkner of Goshen; stepdaughter, Sandy (Troy) Snider of Milford; 26 grandchildren,
20 great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild; two brothers, Willie (Marilyn) Miller
of Goshen, Pete (Karen) Miller of OR; four sisters-in-law, Mattie Miller of LaGrange,
Kathy Miller of CO, Joanna (Daniel) Graber of Scott, Edna Frye of Goshen; and many
beloved nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; first
husband Edward Troyer; second husband, Ray Schmucker; three brothers, Robert
Miller, Dennis Miller, and Elmer Miller; granddaughter, Crystal Brewster. Ann was a
member of First Mennonite Church of Middlebury. She and Ed were the former owners
of Hilltop Restaurant in Middlebury and established Crystal Valley Catering in 1978 and
they sold the business in 1984.  She also drove school bus for Middlebury Community
Schools and later in life volunteered at The Depot and Ryan's Place. She enjoyed
fishing, quilting, painting and making people laugh. Visitation will be from 2:00 to 8:00
pm on Friday, October 18 at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street,
Middlebury. Family and friends may gather at 10:00 am on Saturday, October 19 at
Grace Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury for a graveside service. A Celebration of Life
Service will follow at 11:00 am on Saturday, October 19 at First Mennonite Church,
Middlebury.  Services will be conducted by Pastor Kent Miller. Memorials may be given
to Ryan's Place.  

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Thinking of all of you during this time of grief. I know many memories will be shared.
From: Dave and Jan Yoder
Ann S. (Troyer) Yoder
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