Delbert E. Shrock

                       September 29, 1931 -- November 13, 2020

Delbert E. Shrock, 89, of Ligonier, formerly of Topeka, passed away
peacefully at 5:30 pm on Friday, November 13, at Avalon Village Nursing
Care, Ligonier. He was born on September 29, 1931 in LaGrange to Elmer
and Lizzie (Mast) Shrock. On September 13, 1957 in Topeka he married
Betty B. Yoder, she survives. Survivors in addition to his wife are two
daughters, Wanda (Ron) Gingerich of Topeka and Kayola Suderman of
Millersburg; two sons, Sherm (Penny) Shrock of Albion and Gable (Lori)
Shrock of Ligonier; 15 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren; brother,
Lester (Katie) Shrock of Shipshewana. He was preceded in death by his
parents; two brothers Ralph and Mose Shrock; two sisters, Helen Beechy
and Mary Miller. Delbert and Betty owned B&B Drive Inn, Whispering pines
B&B and drove Amish taxi service for many years. Bert also worked at
Starcraft developing the very first campers. He worked later at Sunnybrook
RV. Through all his life he was interested in exotic birds.  He raised things
like ostriches, quail peacocks and turkeys. He was an avid fisherman who
was fortunate to make many trips to Canada fishing, usually taking others.
The family will be holding private funeral services that will be conducted by
Delbert’s brother-in-law, Linn Otto. Burial will be in Clinton Union Cemetery,
Goshen. Online condolences may be offered at millerstewartfuneralhome.

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From: Lloyd and Katie Hochstedler
Our deepest sympathy to you in the passing of Bert. Keeping the family in
our prayers.
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From:  Wilbur & Evelyn Yoder
Betty and family, You have our prayers and our deepest sympathies in the
passing of Bert.
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From: Wilma Slabach
Sending my deepest Sympathy to your Family Betty, praying for your
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From: Van A Wysong
I would like to express my sympathy on the passing of you Father. I am
sorry for your loss and will keep the family in my thoughts and prayers. I do
hope your good memories of him will be a blessing in the days ahead.
Gone Fishing