August 21, 1935 -- January 7, 2021

Barbara Mae Miller, 85, of Goshen, formerly of Topeka, died at 10:15 pm, on
Thursday, January 7 at Greencroft Health Care Center, Goshen. She was
born on August 21, 1935 in Kalona, IA, to Levi C. and Sarah Ann (Schrock)
Miller. On September 1, 1955 in Jamesport, MO, she married Ezra S. Miller; he
died June 7, 2015. Surviving are three daughters, Susie Marie (Levi, Jr.)
Yoder, Sarah Irene Myers both of Topeka, Mary Eileen Miller of LaGrange; two
sons, Kenneth Eugene (Linda Jo) Miller of Topeka, Keith Allen Miller of New
Paris; eight grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren; sister, Sadie Elliot of
Columbia, MO; three brothers, Chris Miller of Anabel, MO, Harvey Miller of
Goshen, Levi (Rosa) Miller Jr. of Seymour, IA. She was preceded in death by
her husband; parents; four sisters, Mattie Mast, Polly Mast, Edna Chupp,
Susie Miller; one brother, Joe Miller. Barbara was a member of Townline
Mennonite Church. She was a homemaker and did house cleaning. She
loved camping and attending Westview High School boy’s basketball games.
Barbara also enjoyed sewing and quilting. Visitation will be from 2:00 - 4:00
pm and 6:00 - 8:00 pm on Monday, January 11 and one hour prior to the 10:
00 am funeral service on Tuesday, January 12 at Townline Mennonite
Church, 2165 S. 1000 W. Shipshewana. Services will be conducted by
Pastors Dean Yoder and Garrett Martin. Burial will be in Townline Cemetery,
Shipshewana. Memorials may be given to World Missionary Press or The Arc
of LaGrange County. Anyone attending the services is encouraged to wear a
face covering.


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From: Brent Hooley
My condolences to the Miller family. We enjoyed being neighbors in
Shipshewana. She will be missed.
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From: Jean and Homer Swartzentruber
We are sorry for your loss sending love and prayers for comfort.

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From: Joyce Sumpter
To Susie, I was happy knowing your Mom shared a room with mine-even
though Covid prevented me from meeting your Mom. May pleasant
memories comfort you in your loss and also take comfort that she loved
the Lord. I am sure that she was proud of the loving, compassionate
person you are.
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