April 5, 1941 -- June 17, 2020

Lovina A. Miller, 79, of Wolcottville, passed away at 2:45 pm on Wednesday,
June 17, at Parkview Randallia Hospital, Fort Wayne. She was born on April  
5, 1941 in LaGrange County to Amos U. and Fannie (Bontrager) Miller. On
December 6, 1962 in LaGrange County she married Raymond J. Miller, he
survives. Survivors in addition to her husband are three sons, Delbert R.
(Elsie Marie) Miller of Wolcottville, Daniel Ray (Treva Ann) Miller of
Shipshewana, Samuel Jay (Erma) Miller of Wolcottville; seven daughters,
Fannie Mae (Mervin C.) Miller of Wolcottville, Arlene Yoder of Wolcottville,   
Alta Fern Beechy of Shipshewana, Rosetta L. (Larry H.) Yoder of Ligonier,
Anna Sue (Eugene G.) Troyer of Ligonier, Mary Edna (Lonnie Dean) Beachy
of Shipshewana, Neoma L. (Larry) Miller of Millersburg; 61 grandchildren, 42
great grandchildren; four brothers, Levi (Mary Ellen) Miller of Nappanee,
Harley (Anna) Miller of Nappanee, Eli (Elsie) Miller of Shipshewana, Alton
(Susie) Miller of Millersburg; six sisters, Elizabeth (John) Knepp of
Shipshewana, Anna (Mervin) Eash of Shipshewana, Wilma (Ora) Miller of
Middlebury, Edna (Lester) Yoder of Garnet, KS, Alta (Alvin) Yoder of
Plymouth, Alma Miller of Arizona. She was preceded in death by her parents;
two sons-in-law, Sam Yoder and Wilbur Beechy; three grandchildren,
Anthony Yoder, Cheryl Deann Miller, an infant grandson; a great grandson,
Adrian Lamar Eash; brother-in-law, Sam Schrock. Lovina was a homemaker
and member of the Old Order Amish Church. Visitation will be after 2:00 pm
on Friday June 19, and all day Saturday, June 20, at the Delbert Miller
residence, 1625 W. 550 S., Wolcottville. Funeral services will be at 9:30 am on
Sunday, June 21, at the same residence. Services will be conducted by
Bishop Nathan Miller and the home ministers. Burial will be in Clearspring
Cemetery, Topeka. Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, Middlebury is in charge of

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