Ervin Mullet
                          October 7, 1925 -- October 30, 2018

Ervin A. Mullet, 93, of LaGrange, passed away peacefully at 11:19
am on Tuesday, October 30, at his residence. He was born on
October 7, 1925, in Orrville, OH, to Absolam and Fannie (Shetler)
Mullet. On December 16, 1947 in Millersburg, OH he married Ella
Schlabach, she died April 24, 2010. Surviving are three daughters,
Elsie (Delbert) Schrock of LaGrange, Esther (Harold) Headings of
Humboldt, IL, Martha (Ray) Stutzman of Lakeville; three sons, Paul
(Marjorie) Mullet of Columbus, NC, Willie (Jossie) Mullet of Goshen,
Myron (Angie) Mullet of Greenwood, SC; 21 grandchildren, 65 great
grandchildren; brother, Jacob (Susie) Mullet of Millersburg, OH;
sister-in-law, Eudora Mullet of Kalona, Iowa. He was preceded in
death by his parents; stepfather, John S. Miller; wife; great
grandson, Jordan Sensenig; three sisters, Anna Weaver, Katie
Yoder, Ella Yoder; three brothers, Simon, Dan, and Henry Mullet;
stepsister, Sarah Stutzman. Ervin had been a farmer for most of his
life and also worked in area factories. In retirement he did Amish  
taxi work and he was known for his great sense of humor. One of
his joys in life was being able to winter in Florida for over 35 years,
most of those with his wife. Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
on Thursday, November 1, and 2:00 - 4:00 and 6:00 - 8:00 pm on
Friday, November 2, at Townline Mennonite Church, Shipshewana.
Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on Saturday, November 3, also
at the church.  Services will be conducted by his son-in-law’s,
pastors Delbert Schrock and Ray Stutzman. Burial will be in
Townline Cemetery, Shipshewana. Memorials may be given to
Gideon’s International.  Online condolences may be offered at

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To the family, Unfortunately, non of my siblings is able to attend the
funeral. We would have loved to come but...sending our heartfelt
condolences to all of you children of Ervin. I have fond memories of
Ervin and his brother Jake when I was not even a teenager. We
were well entertained by their antics. Bless you all as you continue
the legacy of your father and grandfather, Paul & Ann Yoder,
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