Jacob "Jake” Miller
                                       July 18, 1937 ~ February 9, 2017

Jacob "Jake" Miller, 79, of White Pigeon, MI, died at 1:25 am on Thursday, February
9, at Thurston Woods Village, Sturgis, MI. He was born on July 18, 1937 in
Middlebury, to Joe and Amanda (Hershberger) Miller.  On July 9, 1960 in Middlebury
he married Dorothy Hostetler; she survives. Survivors in addition to his wife are two
daughters, Debbie (Rick) Markiewicz of Mason, MI, Dawn Hopwood of Battle Creek,
MI; son, Bruce (Gloria) Miller of Shipshewana; 10 grandchildren, four great
granddaughters; brother, Sam Miller of Sheridan, WY. He was preceded in death by
his parents, a son, Mike Miller, three sisters, Annie Miller, Katie Lambright and Ida
Miller, three brothers, Elmer, Jonas and Joe Miller. Jake worked in construction, RV
factories, delivered trailers for Jayco and drove truck for Indian Prairie. After
retirement he provided Amish taxi service. He was a member of First Mennonite
Church in Middlebury and enjoyed fishing, mushroom hunting, bowling and softball.
Visitation will be from 5:00 -7:00 pm on Monday February 13 and from 2:00- 4:00 and
5:00 - 7:00 pm Tuesday, February 14, at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South
Main Street Middlebury. Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on Wednesday,
February 15, at First Mennonite Church, Middlebury. Services will be conducted by
Pastor Kent Miller. Burial will be in Grace Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury. Memorials
may be given to Mennonite Disaster Services.

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As a friend and neighbor of Jake's, I know all about his love of his grandchildren
and his love of softball because Jake shared his many memories with me in
wonderful conversations. I am sorry to learn of his passing as I know how loved
Jake was. I also believe he is still sharing those wonderful memories and colorful
stories. Our condolences to the his family and friends.
From: Jim and Nancy Marks
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Uncle Jake... So many memories growing up. He Always teased me with that grin
that only Uncle Jake had. He always made me feel special, and when I chose to not
remain Amish, he loved me just the same as before, which meant more to me than
anyone can know. Will see him again one day when its my time to go, and in the
meantime I am sure he is blessing heaven with his smile. Always a smile.
From: Niece Amanda