May 21, 1939 -- July 11, 2020

Frederick E. Schrock, 81, of Goshen, died unexpectedly of natural causes at
7:30 pm, on Saturday, July 11 in Millersburg. He was born on May 21, 1939, in
Goshen, to Ezra and Clara (Bontrager) Schrock. On August 26, 1967 in
Laytonsville, MD he married Linda Yankey; she died October 18, 2010.
Surviving are son, Lynn (Gail) Schrock of Middlebury; daughter, Ericka
(Sheldon) Troyer of Goshen; three grandchildren, Caleb Schrock, Emily
Schrock, Elijah Troyer; six brothers, Lester (Louise) Schrock of Macon, MS,
Ivan Schrock of Goshen, David (Rachel) Schrock of Dayton, VA, Calvin (Mary
Jane) Schrock of Atmore, MS, Galen (Jeannie) Schrock of Macon, MS, Titus
(Lois) Schrock of Camilla, GA. He was preceded in death by his wife; parents;
two brothers, Vernon Schrock, Glenn Schrock; two sisters, Tressie Knepp,
Treva Collins. Fred was a member of Siloam Fellowship. He was the facilities
manager for 21 years at Jayco and 10 years at Carriage, from which he was
semi-retired. He lived a life of service for Clinton Christian School beginning
at a young age when he helped his father set the bricks in the original school
building. He served on the school board and was currently working part-time
in maintaining the facilities. Fred’s passion was music and worshiping God
through music. He was a member of the Living Faith Quartet for 50+ years
and later in life the Joyful Spirit Choir. Fred loved people with a gentle spirit
and had a servant’s heart. The family will hold private services conducted by
Pastor Vern Hostetler. Burial will be in Miller Cemetery, Goshen. Memorials
may be given to Clinton Christian School.  

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From: Beth Ann Moeller
I've only been acquainted with Fred for the years Ive been associated with
CCS. I found him to be kind,considerate, and always willing to be of help.
My most sincere condolences to each of you.
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From: Carol Swartzentruber Scribner
Fred was a friendly and caring neighbor! He always had time to visit and
had such a sweet smile. I was so sorry to hear of his passing. My prayers
are with his family!
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From: Marjorie (Bontrager) & Richard Gingkerich
We pray for comfort and peace to the family. He told us in Florida in
March that it would be the last time for him to sing with the mass mens
chorus. Now he is singing in heaven.
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From: Debra Madt
Blessings and hugs to the family. Very sorry for your loss.
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From: Catherine Yoder
Erica and Lynn - You have my Sympathy. I always appreciated your dad
and his faithful service and singing.
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From: Carolyn & Norman Miller
We will miss Fred.
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From: JC Sporleder
I worked with Fred for many years through our involvement with Carriage.
He was such a nice man. I will miss him. My condolences to his family.
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From: Merlin & Heidi Miller
"Fred loved people with a gentle spirit" - this line in the obituary sums up
our experience with Fred. Lynn & Ericka, we are sorry for your loss; our
love & prayers are with you.
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From: Darin and Wanita Bender
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this
difficult time
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From: Jim and Shirley Troyer
Fred was a gentle and wise man and we will miss him greatly. His was a
faithful life that was well lived and we appreciated his friendship. Our
condolences to the family.
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From: Ivan and Jane Borntrager
Lynn, Erika and families, we are so sorry to hear about your dad. He
always had a smile and friendly "Hi" when he would see us. You are in our
thoughts and prayers as you mourn his sudden home going.
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From: Susan Miller
I was so sorry to hear of Fred's passing! He left such a wonderful legacy of
gentleness and a love for God and for all of his thousands of friends and
family. I wonder if he and David Lee are singing together again!
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From: Alma (Schrock) Miller
Fred was one of my favorite cousins (1 1/2). He was kind and gentle and I
knew him all my life. If it wouldn't have been for Fred, I would never have
experienced a year of Bible School at Berlin, OH. Several years ago I
thanked him again for that gift and he didn't remember. He was very
generous. Prayers for the family. I will miss him.
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From: Violet( Showalter) & Christian, & Rudy Ropp
Met at Rosedale Bible College. Both enjoyed singing. He will be greatly
missed. To the Schrock siblings, we send our sympathy.
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From: Stephen Schmidt
I came to know Fred when we joined to worship our Lord at Siloam
Fellowship. I very much appreciated his input in our Sunday School
Classes. He was a good friend and look forward to seeing him on the other
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From: Glen & Elsie Gingerich
Fred's life was marked by reverence for God and his fellowmen. He
brought calmness to many situations. A loyal member of the Joyful Spirit
Choir. He will be greatly missed!
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From: Joe & Alpha Cross
We send our sympathy and prayers to the family of Cousin Fred. Always
enjoyed reminiscing about the good old days.
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From: Ruby Bontrager
I grew up half-a-mile from Fred and his family. I have so memories of all
of them. Freddie as we called him was a gentle man and I appreciated him.
He will be missed so much by so many.
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From: Mel & Edna Shetler
My heart weeps for you. Lyn & Gail, Ericka & Sheldon,Caleb, Emily &
Elijah! It won't be the same without your dad and grandpa! But may the
memories of the experiences and talks you had together give you many
smiles and courage! And the tears heal your soul. Our LOVE and prayers
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From: Lloyd Kauffman
So many memories of Fred over the years as a friend, fellow singer,
spiritual brother,and more. And, such a sense of loss during these days of
special remembering. Wishing comfort, grace, blessing, strength, and more
to you as his family during these days, and beyond ...
Frederick E. Schrock
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