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Linda D. Mast
                                   January 14, 1949 -- May 2, 2015

Linda D. Mast, 66, of Shipshewana, died at 11:59 am on Saturday, May 2, at
the scene of a two vehicle accident at the intersection of CR 250 N. and
1000 W. Shipshewana. She was born on January 14, 1949 in Goshen, to
Lowell and Lois (Wise) Myers. On July 28, 1968 in Clark Lake, MI she
married Glen Mast, he survives. Survivors in addition to her husband are a
daughter, Sherry (Andy) Stoll of Idaville; two sons, Tim Mast of Goshen and
Kevin Mast of Logansport; two granddaughters, Melinda and Kristy Stoll;
her parents of Somerset Center, MI; a sister, Lynette (Jim) Hart of Jerome,
MI; a brother, Lynnford (Sara) Myers of Rockvale, TN. Linda attended Grace
Community Church where she enjoyed taking care of the little ones in the
nursery. She volunteered at the Middlebury Food Pantry and Child
Evangelism ministries in Bristol. She had worked at several shops in
Shipshewana, and transported the Amish. She loved to read, the color blue
and collected snowmen and bunnies that she displayed in her home. She
enjoyed watching Westview High School basketball. She was a quiet gentle
woman and liked to be in the background serving others. Her
grandchildren were her pride and joy. Visitation will be from 4:00 - 8:00 pm
on Thursday May 7, and for one hour prior to the 10:00 am funeral service
on Friday, May 8, all at Marion Mennonite Church, Shipshewana. Services
will be conducted by Pastors Dale Stoll and Harold Mast. Burial will be in
Rosewood Cemetery, Shipshewana. Memorials may be given to the
Middlebury Food Pantry or Child Evangelism Ministries, Bristol.  


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Our deepest sympathies to your family who will remain in our thoughts and
prayers.
From: Jeff, Cindy, Effie & Erika Campbell  
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Kathy and I both want you to know how sorry we are for your loss and will
be praying for the entire family in the days ahead
From: Dick and Kathy Bradstreet
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Glen and family,  Our hearts break for you at the loss of your cherished wife
and mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
May God give you strength.
From: Phil & Debe (Yoder) Hooley. Sylacauga, Alabama
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Our prayers are with you at this time. We are so sorry for your loss.
From: Dave & Lorene Schrock
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Linda was part of our small team of volunteers at the Middlebury Food
Pantry for years.  She was always there with a smile, worked hard filling
bags for people who are shut in their homes due to illness or age.  She
carried heavy bags of groceries through the pantry, down the steps, and
into the loading area.  She was always helpful and thought of others before
herself.  Jesus has now lifted her up, giving her a crown of glory, and we
will all miss her so much.
From: Dianne Chmidling
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Linda was such a wonderful member of our group at the Middlebury
Food-Pantry. And so incredibly selfless in her serving. My heart is broken
for you, her family. She will be sorely missed. May God bring you his
comfort in your time of loss
From: Pam Bingaman
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Karl and I are so sorry for the loss of Linda.  I know she was very special
and will be missed greatly. "God is our Refuge and Strength.  A very
Present Help in trouble" He also promised, "I will never leave you or
forsake you." Even in this most troubling time, you can trust Him.
From: Karl and Gloria Saltzman