Frank W. Schrock
                                         April 10, 1934 -- July 12, 2016

Frank W. Schrock, 82, of LaGrange, died at 5:55 pm on Tuesday, July 12, at
Parkview LaGrange Hospital. He had been in declining health for the last year
and a half. He was born on April 10, 1934 in Sturgis, MI, to Andrew I. and Lillie
J. (Schrock) Schrock. On July 28, 1957 he married Barbara J. Evans; she
survives. Survivors in addition to his wife are two daughters, Teresa
(Richard) Yost and Valerie (Brad) Everhart both of Wolcottville; two sons,
Gregory (Lorene) Schrock of Topeka, Geoffrey (Janice) Schrock of Plainfield,
IL; nine grandchildren, Lukas, Brandon, Heather, Sarah, Rachel, Dylan, Kelsi,
Kara and Dana; two great-grandchildren, Vincent and Skyeler; two brothers,
Rollin Schrock of Howe and his twin Fred Schrock of LaGrange.  He was
preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and one sister. Frank had
been a farmer all of his life and enjoyed restoring Allis-Chalmers tractors and
Jeeps. He was a member of Topeka Mennonite Church for 55 years. Visitation
will be from 2:00 - 8:00 pm on Friday July 15, at Topeka Mennonite Church,
206 E. Lake St. Topeka. Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on Saturday, July
16, also at the church. Services will be conducted by Pastor Gene Hartman.
Burial will be in Shore Cemetery, Shipshewana. Memorials may be given to
Parkview Hospital Hospice.  

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Praying for your family. Frank has a special place in my heart. You are an
awesome family!
From: Paula Thatcher
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We send our condolences.  Our nephews Mike and Mark, enjoyed their time
with your family. Frank was a great example to his family . May your
memories of wonderful family time bring you comfort.
In Christ, The Henry Family
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I'm sorry for your loss.
From: Jacque Francis
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Barbara, We were very sorry to hear of Frank's passing.  You and your family
will be in our thoughts and prayers.
From: Neal and Janet Randall
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Sorry for your loss.
From: Peggy Clevenger