Glen H. Yoder
July 6, 1944 -- February 4, 2019
Glen H. Yoder, 74, of Topeka, died at 3:25 pm on Monday, February 4, at his
residence after a brief illness. He was born on July 6, 1944 in Goshen to Henry A.
and Mary N. (Miller) Yoder. On May 14, 1964 in Topeka he married Elizabeth Mae
Miller, she survives. Survivors in addition to his wife are eight sons, Maynard Lee
(Erma) Yoder of Topeka, Marvin Eugene (Esther) Yoder of Millersburg, Vernon Jay
(Marlene) Yoder of Topeka, Wayne Dean (Wanda) Yoder of Topeka, Ray G. (Ada)
Yoder of Topeka, Glen (Eileen) Yoder Jr. of Topeka, Marlin G. (Linda) Yoder of
Topeka, Freeman G. (Ruby) Yoder of Shipshewana; three daughters, Mary Kathryn
(Levi) Kuhns of Shipshewana, Waneta Sue (Vernon) Miller of Ligonier, Marilyn G.
(LaVern) Miller of Topeka; 70 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren; eight brothers,
David P. (Mary Ellen) Yoder of Goshen, Calvin (Wilma) Yoder of Shipshewana, Amos
(Carolyn) Yoder of Shipshewana, Henry (Ruby) Yoder, Jr.. of Goshen, Mervin (Vera)
Yoder of Goshen, Melvin (Etta Fern) Yoder of Shipshewana, Marvin (Etta Fern) Yoder
of Goshen, Orla (Erma) Yoder of Millersburg; three sisters, Ruby (Calvin) Wingard of
Goshen, Mary Esther (Orva) Miller of Shipshewana, Elnora (Ray) Schlabach of
Topeka; brother-in-law, Levi Lee (Ada) Beachy of Shipshewana. He was preceded in
death by his parents; two sons, Lavern and Marion Yoder; four grandchildren;
sister, Lorene Beachy; two sisters-in-law, Loretta Yoder and Emma Yoder. Glen was
an owner/operator of Four Woods Laminating, Topeka since 1985 and he was a
member of the Old Order Amish Church. Visitation will be after 1:00 pm on Tuesday,
February 5, and all day Wednesday, February 6, at the family’s residence, 7575 W.
500 S. Topeka. Funeral services will be at 9:30 am on Thursday, February 7, also at
the family’s residence. Services will be conducted by the home ministers. Burial will
be in Hawpatch Cemetery, Topeka.
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