June L. Hostetler
                                       June 15, 1929 -- June 12, 2014

June L. Hostetler, 84, of Middlebury, died at 6:39 pm on Thursday, June
12, at Elkhart General Hospital, from complications from surgery earlier in
the day. She was born on June 15, 1929 in Chicago, IL, to Henry and Emily
(Brauneis) Van Zuilen. On March 3, 1951 in Middlebury she married Frank
Hostetler, he survives. Survivors in addition to her husband are two
daughters, Jeanne Hostetler of Middlebury, Jennifer (Thomas) Mottier of
Aurora, IL; a son, Monte (Laura) Hostetler of Waldorf, MD; grandchildren,
Tom, Michael, Kathleen and Heather; a great grandson, Eli; two sisters,
Dorothy Herring of Goshen, Darlene (Leland) DePue of Middlebury. She
was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Don Van Zuilen. June
earned a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Orthopedics from Northeastern
Illinois University in 1978. She was a school nurse at Shipshe-Scott
School from 1963-65; worked at the student health centers of Indiana
University, Bloomington; Western Illinois University; North Texas State
University; and Northwestern University from May 1965 until 1973. June
was then employed in doctor's offices for 22 years. She enjoyed camping,
travel and reading. She had been a summer camp nurse at Epworth
Forest Summer Church Camp at Lake Webster for three years. Visitation
will be from 4:00 - 8:00 pm on Monday June 16, at Miller-Stewart Funeral
Home, 1003 S. Main St. Middlebury. Funeral services will be at 2:00 pm on
Tuesday June 17, at Shore Mennonite Church. Services will be conducted
by Pastor Carl Horner. Burial will be in Shore Cemetery, Shipshewana.
Memorials may be given to Rainbow Years Learning Center.  


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My prayers and sympathy to all of you, especially to Jeanne. I remember
Mrs.Hostetler always being so friendly and the beautiful home they had in
Park Ridge, IL.  I DO know what you are going through Jeanne.  I am so
sorry.
From:  Cheryl A. Optie
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We send our deepest sympathy to Frank, the children, and other family
and friends.
From:  Jill and Alan Schrift
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Dear Hostetler Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I know this is not easy; let all of your
wonderful memories carry you through the roughest days.
Mrs. Hostetler was kind and always smiling. She made it very apparent
how much her Family meant to her always!   May you find strength in each
other and strength in all of your friends who are sending Prayers your
way.   God Bless!
Love,  Susan Rakis, Chicago
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We are very sorry for your loss Frank. May God comfort you in your time
of grief.
From:  Ken and Lucinda Good, Middlebury
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We remember June with joyous memories.  Frank, and family, please
know that we are  so sorry for your loss.  Our prayers are with all of you
From:  Pat and Bill Durack
                                   
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