Lee Roy Borntrager
                                    October 2, 1938 -- April 9, 2015

Lee Roy Borntrager, 76, of, Goshen, died on Thursday, April 9, in Sarasota,
FL after suffering a massive stroke. He was born on October 2, 1938 in
Canton, OH, to Chris (Giddle) and Lydia Ann (Miller) Borntrager.  On June 28,
1959 at Townline Mennonite Church he married Pauline Kaufman, she
survives. Survivors in addition to his wife are three sons, Doyle (Debra)
Borntrager of Goshen, Don (Gwen) Borntrager of Farmington, AR, Dale
(Claudia) Borntrager of Iron Mountain, MI; a daughter, Diann (Phil) Bontrager
of Cromwell; 12 grandchildren, one great grandchild on the way; six
brothers, Calvin Borntrager of Middlebury, Lloyd (Evelyn) Borntrager of
Goshen, Urie (Edna) Borntrager of Sarasota, FL,  Ernie (LaVerda) Borntrager
of Goshen, Milton (JoAnn) Borntrager of Louisville, KY, Larry Borntrager of
Middlebury; two sisters, Verda (Benny) Vallejo of Phoenix, AZ, Elsie
Borntrager of Goshen.  He was preceded in death by his parents and a son,
David Larry Borntrager. Lee Roy was a member of Siloam Fellowship,
Goshen, and also served as a Gideon for 22 years. He Worked at Star Tank
for 16 years, pastored a church near Oneida, KY, for 7 years, and then owned
and operated Topeka Supply for 23 years. He enjoyed fishing in Florida and
Canada, loved to spend time with his children and thoroughly enjoyed his
grandchildren. Visitation will be from 2:00 - 8:00 pm on Thursday April 16, at
Siloam Fellowship, Goshen. Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on Friday
April 17, also at the church. Services will be conducted by Pastor Vern
Hostetler. Burial will be in Elkhart Prairie Cemetery, Goshen.


                     
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Pauline, we are so sorry to hear of Lee Roy's passing.  It seems so unreal
because we just talked to you folks last week when we were out and about.  
We will remember you and the family in our prayers.
Pete and Pat Stahly

Praying for your comfort and peace at this time.  Lee was a very special
person and wonderful Christian man.
Richard & Marjorie Gingerich

Pauline, we are so very sorry to hear of Lee's death.  We were looking
forward to having you both return to our neighborhood this spring.  You are
in our thoughts and our prayers as you go through this difficult time.
Unfortunately we are unable to go to the visitation as we will be out of state.  
We look forward to being able to talk with you in the near future.
From: Rex Hooley & Marty Lehman
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