LeRoy Nisley
                            October 11, 1936 -- August 7, 2017

LeRoy Nisley, 80, of Goshen, died at 1:21 am on Monday, August 7, at
his residence. His death was unexpected but due to natural causes.
He was born on October 11, 1936 in Goshen, to Perry and Betsie
(Bontrager) Nisley. On September 11, 1958 in Elkhart County, he
married Mary Ellen Lehman; she survives. Survivors in addition to his
wife are three daughters, Miriam (Edwin) Miller of Middlebury, Martha
(Wilbur) Bontrager of Gosport, Mary Kathryn (Ernest) Miller of
Middlebury; five sons, Wilbur (Waneta) Nisley, Gerald (Marilyn) Nisley,
John (Wanda) Nisley, Steve (Eldora) Nisley and David (Suetta) Nisley
all of Goshen; 54 grandchildren, 58 great grandchildren; three sisters,
Lillian (Howard) Miller of Goshen, Edna (Daniel) Yoder and Irma
(Perry) Mast both of Middlebury; three brothers, Eldon (Katie) Nisley
of Kalona, IA, Glen (LeAnna) Nisley and Perry (Alma) Nisley Jr. both
of Goshen. He was preceded in death by his parents and a stillborn
brother, Gerald Nisley. He was a Senior Bishop of the Old Order
Amish Church. Visitation will be after 4:00 pm on Monday August 7,
and all day Tuesday, August 8, at the family's Residence, 62764 CR
35, Goshen. Funeral services will be at 9:30 am on Wednesday,
August 9, also at the family's Residence. Services will be conducted
by the home ministers. Burial will be in Nisley Cemetery, Goshen.

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Dear Nisley family, Please accept my condolence at this difficult time
for this enemy death shows no mercy but always brings much grief
and pain that I felt also when this enemy took my entire family and I'd
like to share where I found help. I found much comfort and hope in
what I read in Jehovah Gods word the Bible at John 5:28,29 for there
we're told that we'll see our love ones again in the resurrection when
Jesus brings them back here on earth and Isaiah 25:8 tells us that
this enemy death will be swallowed up forever. These scriptures and
others help me to cope with my loss and get through each day
because now I know I'll see my family again. I wanted to share this
with you at this difficult time when hope and comfort is needed
hoping this will help you also in some way for this is my purpose in
sharing this with you at this time. Please know that I do share your
grief and hope to hear from you.
Sincerely, Gloria Mosley
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Our thoughts and prayers are with you all and the extended family.
From: Lamar and Anna Mae Lantz; Mesa, AZ