Elsie Irene Schrock
                                    September 15, 1951 -- July 25, 2020

Elsie Irene Schrock, 68, of Shipshewana, died at 11:25 am, on Saturday, July
25 at her residence. She was born on September 15, 1951, in LaGrange to
Menno and Fanny (Schrock) Lambright. Surviving are two daughters,
Amanda (Luis) Cruz of Elkhart, Branda Schrock of IL; son, Mathew (fiancé
Lindy Lane) Schrock of FL; three grandchildren, Arleena Schrock, Eralynn
Granados, Joniel Cruz; mother, Fanny Lambright of Topeka; sister, Mary
Alice (Manas) Lehman of Topeka; three brothers, Cletus (Lorine) Lambright  
of Topeka, Richard (Mary) Lambright of Shipshewana, Vernon (Kathryn)
Lambright of Wolcottville; brother-in-law, Larry (Edna) Yoder of Millersburg.
She was preceded in death by her father and sister, Ruby Yoder. Elsie was a
member of LaGrange Missionary Church. She lived in Sarasota, Florida for 40
years and was a server/manager for Der Dutchman Restaurant for many
years. She also worked as a secretary at a chiropractor’s office and was an
Amish taxi driver. Elsie was a cheerful and happy lady. Visitation will be from
4:00 - 7:00 pm on Wednesday, July 29 at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003
South Main Street, Middlebury. There will also be visitation from 12:45 - 1:45
pm on Thursday, July 30 prior to the 2:00 pm funeral service at LaGrange
Missionary Church, 808 N. Detroit St., LaGrange. The family and funeral  
home request that anyone attending the services wear a facemask. Services
will be conducted by Pastor’s Johnny Raber and Steve Schlabach. Burial will
be in Yoder Cemetery, Shipshewana. Memorials may be given to the funeral
home to assist the family with funeral expenses.

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From: Sharon Yoder
It' been said that life Is like a garden Every small work Of kindness and
every Thoughtfull gesture Is like a tiny seed, And when you plant These
seeds, Wonderful things Can happen. Smiles appear, Dreams blossom, And
love takes root And grows. Before you know it, Happiness Is all around
you. It takes a lot Of care and effort To tend the garden of life, But you're
one Of those people Who have A special gift for it, Hold on to that gift,
Because people like you Make the world A more beautiful place. Tracy
Donovan This poem reminds so much of Elsie.
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From: Mandy
Today was a day to say hello and a day to say goodbye. I know life ended
shorter then we expected but one thing I know is you were an amazing and
incredible loving lady, and adored admired and many more . I Thankyou
for taking me under yo ur wing and giving me the best life you could. I will
forever be greatful; now that you are reading this message from heaven I'm
sure I just wanted to let you know Thankyou and I love you. Always and
forever be blessed beyond and more as you are walking in the streets of
gold no more pain or suffering just joys now. God has gained an amazing