Betty Lou Marner
                                   March 27, 1946 -- July 11, 2020

Betty Lou (Schrock) Marner, 74, of LaGrange, went home to see her Lord and
Savior Saturday, July 11, 2020 as a result of Covid-19. She was born March
27, 1946, in Goshen, to Valentine and Barbara (Yoder) Schrock. On July 3,
1965 in Goshen, she married Perry Albert Marner; he survives. Betty grew up
in the Goshen area and went to Bethany Christian School until the age of 16.
She attended Maple Grove Church of Topeka. Betty and Perry were the
owner/operators of Marner’s Six Mile Restaurant. Survivors include her
husband Perry Albert Marner of LaGrange; two sons, Chad (Michelle) Marner
of Elkhart, Mark (Joni) Marner of Shipshewana; three daughters, Rhonda
(Ervin) Lambright of Middlebury, Amanda (Ryan) Zook of Shipshewana,
Tiffany Marner of Shipshewana; 12 grandchildren, Stephanie (Jason) Brown,
Perry (Chellsie) Lambright, Megan (Grady) Dias, Paul (Darla) Marner, Troy
Zook, Kaydince Zook, Toby Zook, Jaylin Miller, Kaylee Marner, Klovor Marner,
Gunner Bassett, Emberly Bassett; three step grandchildren, Cherub, Kevin
and Carissa; three brothers, Floyd (Darla) Schrock of La Porte, Ernie (Jan)
Schrock of Fort Wayne, Glen Schrock of Finley, OH; many nieces and
nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers and four
sisters. Visitation will be from 2:00 - 8:00 pm on Tuesday, July 14 and one
hour prior to the 10:00 am Celebration of Life service on Wednesday, July 15
at Maple Grove Church, 806 S. Main St. Topeka. Services will be conducted
by Pastor Jason Gingerich. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Topeka.
Due to the current health crisis, the family and funeral home encourage
anyone that has been feeling sick or has been exposed to the virus not
attend the services. Memorials may be given to Bible Memory Ministries.

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From: Wilbur & Evelyn Yoder
So sorry to hear of Betty's passing. Remembering the cousin reunion that
Betty planned, where we had such a good time. To the family you have our
deepest sympathies. She will be missed. Love and prayers.
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From: Ramona Hunter
I'm so sorry to hear this. Betty was a wonderful Christian woman. She
made an impact on my Christian walk while fellowshipping with all of you
at Green Chapel church. I will be praying for all of you, my heart hurts for
all of her family and friends. Rest in peace sweet Betty.
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From: Leonard & Ruth Troyer
So sorry to hear of your loss. May God comfort and bless you as you all go
through the grieving process
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From: Darl Beachy
Perry and Family. So sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers for you that God
will give you comfort and strenght when you need it most. Your Cousin,
Darl Beachy
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From: LeRoy & Nancy Harshberger
We are so sorry for your loss. May God richly bless and comfort you.
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From: Jim and Sandy Heany
Our deepest sympathy to Perry and the family. We knew Betty and Perry
from our visits to the restaurant where Jim became acquainted from his
daily visits when he worked for GM. Our thought prayers and love to all of
you. Betty was a very special lady to all

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From: Patsy Riley
Perry and family so sorry to hear this. I just heard the news..Betty was an
angel on earth. Betty enriched our lives with her compation she showed
Shawn. When I went to bring Shawns things home after his passing, his 6
mile cafe jacket and tee shirt was among his items. He loved Betty. Bless all
your hearts.
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