Henry Polderman
                                   January 10, 1937 -- September 17, 2019

Henry “Harry” Polderman, 82, of Mission, TX, formerly of Kalamazoo, MI and
Goshen, IN, died at 8:20 pm, on Tuesday, September 17 at the Elkhart
Hospice House. He was born on January 10, 1937, in Portage, MI, to Marinus
and Anna (Huizenga) Polderman. On September 19, 1958 in Kalamazoo, MI he
married Marlene Kay Keeney; she died January 15, 2016. Surviving are
daughter, Lisa (Floyd) Lehman of Goshen; two sons, David (Alexandra)
Polderman of New River, AZ, Scott Polderman of Otsego, MI; six
grandchildren; his loving companion, Carol Hill; two sisters, Alice Stickles of
Orlando, FL, Marie (Ron) Freehling of Three Oaks, MI; four brothers, John
(Marie) Polderman of Schoolcraft, MI, Paul (Debbie) Polderman of Portage,  
MI, Bob Polderman of Mattawan, MI, Mike (Wendy) Polderman of Schoolcraft,
MI. He was preceded in death by his wife, parents, and brother, Jacob
Polderman. Henry was a plant manager in the textile business for 32 years,
working at Jolly Kids, Kellogg’s Industries and Biomet. He also worked in the
landscaping business for 25 years. He was the owner operator of
Polderman's Country Store and Polderman's Turf Service, retiring in 2016. He
was a US Army veteran, a member of the American Legion Post 210 in
Middlebury, the Moose Lodge in Goshen, and the DAV. Henry attended Palm
Valley Church in Mission, TX. Visitation will be from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm on
Monday, September 23 followed by a 2:00 pm funeral service at Miller-Stewart
Funeral Home, Middlebury. Services will be conducted by Chaplain Wyatt
Smith. Burial will be in Grace Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury. Memorials may be
given to Center for Hospice Care.  


               
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Condolences  ~  ~  ~  ~
Carol, Lisa and family: We are sad that Harry has gone to God and left you
and us behind to miss him. Know that we are thinking of you all during this
difficult time.
From: Bill and Susan Ashley
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Was a great Man. Had a lot of great times with Harry.
From: Steve Norris
                                
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