October 24, 1942 -- June 26, 2014

Mary Ellen Yoder, 71, of Shipshewana, died at 8:45 am on Thursday, June
26, at her residence. She was born on October 24, 1942 in Lagrange
County, to Leo M. and Mima LuElla (Miller) Yoder. On September 2,1965 in
LaGrange County she married Marvin W. Yoder, he survives. Survivors in
addition to her husband are four daughters, Esther LuElla (Perry)
Hershberger Jr. of Middlebury, Dorothy Ellen (Orva L.) Beechy of
Shipshewana, Fannie Irene (Scott) Miller of LaGrange, Barbara Arlene
(Gary) Magallanes of Warren, MI; four sons, Jerry DeWayne (Susan) Yoder
of Middlebury, Ervin Lee Yoder of Gregory, MI, William Lavern (Aimee) Yoder
of Plymouth, MI, Kenneth Devon Yoder of Kendallville; 24 grandchildren, 17
great grandchildren; three sisters, Edna Beechy of Wautoma, WI, Alta Marie
(Ervin) Miller and Katie Irene (Joe N.) Miller both of LaGrange; brother, John
Jay (Katie) Yoder of LaGrange; brother-in-law, Melvin (Elsie) Yoder of
Homer, MI. She was preceded in death by her parents, two stillborn great
granddaughters; sister, Susie Yoder, brother-in-law, Aaron Beechy. She
was a homemaker and a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Visitation
will be after 1:00 on Friday June 27, and all day Saturday, June 28, at the
Christie Schlabach residence, 155 Union St. Shipshewana. Funeral
services will be at 1:30 pm on Sunday June 29, also at the Christie
Schlabach residence. Services will be conducted by Bishop Jerry Miller
and Ministers Virgil Hershberger and David Wingard. Burial will be in East
Barren Cemetery, Shipshewana.



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Dear Yoder family,
I'm very sorry for your loss and though we don't know each other I'm
hoping you'll accept my deep regrets and sorrow for your loss because
death is our greatest enemy and always brings much grief and pain and I
went through this when I lost my entire family to this enemy death but I
found comfort and hope in what Jehovah Gods word the Bible says at John
11:11 that says our love ones are just asleep and John 5:28,29 Jesus tells
us  that we'll see our love ones again and at I Cor 15:26 says this enemy will
be done away with and these scriptures help me get through each day
because I miss my family so much and I'm truly hoping these scriptures will
help you also for this is my purpose in sharing them with you. Please know
that I do share your grief.
Sincerely, Gloria Mosley
Mary Ellen Yoder
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