October 12, 1977 -- September 11, 2014

Elizabeth Ann (Miller) Arkeketa, 36, of Fort Wayne, died at 9:10 pm on
Thursday, September 11, at St. Joseph Medical Center, Ft. Wayne, from
complications of a heart defect she had since birth. She was born on October
12, 1977 in Goshen, to H. Mark and Betty (Chupp) Miller. On December 12,
2012 in Waukegan, IL she married Gordon Arkeketa, he survives. Survivors in
addition to her husband are three sisters, Christine (Rudy) Yoder of Goshen,
Sara Kathryn Miller and Malinda Miller both of Carrier Mills, IL; four brothers,
Jonathan (Charlene) Miller of Ina, IL, Matthew (Elmina) Miller of Wayne City, IL,
Micah (Marietta) Miller of Macedonia, IL, Andrew Miller of Carrier Mills, IL;
several nieces and nephews; grandmother, Malinda Miller of Carrier Mills, IL;
grandparents, Eli & Anna Chupp of Shipshewana. She was preceded in
death by her grandfather, Harold Miller. She had worked as a waitress and
enjoyed making crafts and putting together jigsaw puzzles which she and
her husband had completed hundreds. Visitation will be from 5:00 - 8:00 pm
on Saturday September 13, and 2:00 -4:00 and 6:00 -8:00 pm Sunday,
September 14, at Fairhaven Mennonite Church, 13513 State Road 4 Goshen.
Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on Monday September 15, also at the
church. Services will be conducted by Fairhaven Ministry Team. Burial will be
in South Haven Cemetery, Millersburg. Memorials may be given to the
American Heart Association.  

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Love and prayers to all of you. May you feel God walking with you in this sad
time. We love you.
From: Loye & Phyllis Halteman
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My heart is with you during this difficult time. I will always remember
Elizabeth's smile. Love and prayers.
From: Mark and Norma Miller
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May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one
comfort you and your family, today and always.
From: American Heart Association
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We love you all, and our hearts and prayers are with you. The Lord is
standing next to Elizabeth as she smiles down on you from Heaven. Hold
tight to memories for comfort, lean on your friends for strength, and always
remember how much you are cared about.
From: Love, The (Hans) Bickel Family
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So sorry for your loss! I remember her from a lil girl coming to my house and
my mom giving her foot reflexology. Then I had the privilege of working with
her at the Warsaw Walmart. Rest in peace Elizabeth! We love you!
From:  Vera Miller
Elizabeth Ann (Miller) Arkeketa