Henry Yoder
                                 January 13, 1937 -- November 16, 2014

Henry Yoder, 77, Goshen, died at 3:26 pm on Sunday, November 16, 2014, at
his home surrounded by his family. He was born January 13, 1937, in
Hutchinson, Kansas, to Menno and Elizabeth (Nisly) Yoder. On March 29,
1959, in Goshen, he married Edna M. Yoder. Surviving are his wife, two
daughters, Elaine, Partridge, Kansas, and Denise (Phil) Bontrager, Goshen;  
two sons, Gerald (Rebecca) Yoder and Wilbur (Kaylene) Yoder both of
Goshen; five granddaughters Jade (Brian) Landis, Janessa and Makayla
Bontrager, Jackie (Anthony) Bontrager, and Sarah Yoder; six grandsons
Josh (Megan), Tim, Jon, Jason, and Joe Yoder, and Jordan Bontrager;  one
great-grandson Jaxson Yoder; two sisters Mary Ellen (Eldon) Bontrager,
Arlington, Kansas, and Clara Mae (Melvin) Nisly, Hutchinson, Kansas; two
brothers Emery (Faye) Yoder and Edwin (Clara) Yoder both of Harrisonburg,
Virginia; a sister-in-law Amy Yoder, Goshen. He was preceded in death by a
daughter Jana, a brother Glenn, his parents, and an infant sister Katie Viola
Yoder. Henry served two years of voluntary service at Hillcrest Home in
Harrison Arkansas. He was a charter member of Woodlawn Amish Mennonite
Church. He was a dairy farmer for 30 years. In 1989, he purchased Clinton
Center Feed and was active in the family business until he retired 2 years
ago. He loved gardening and helping his wife in their flower garden. He was
an avid reader. His grandchildren were the joy of his life. He faced eight major
illnesses over the past nine years but always maintained a positive spirit.
Henry loved his Lord and Savior and was faithful until death. Visitation will be
from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Tuesday, November 18, and 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to
8:00 pm Wednesday, November 19. Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on
Thursday, November 20, all at Woodlawn Church, 62861 County Road 41,
Goshen. Services will be conducted by Pastors Dean Miller and Arlen
Bontrager. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Memorials may be
contributed to World Missionary Press. In respect to Henry, Clinton Center
Feed will be closed Thursday, November 20.

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May the God of all comfort bless and comfort you. Henry was a wonderfully
generous man whose home we often visited when we lived in Chicago. God
bless all of you.
From:  David and Trish Wagler

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To the Yoder family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God's grace be
sufficent as you go through these next several days, weeks, months.... Many
wonderful memories at the Henry Yoder residences !
From: Jay Dee & Rosetta & Family