November 10, 1941 -- October 7, 2020

Marvin G. Kauffman, 78, of Millersburg, passed away while
surrounded by his family, at 12:28 pm on Wednesday, October 7, after
a brief illness. He was born on November 10, 1941 in Arthur, IL, to
Harvey and Fannie (Plank) Kauffman. On May 14, 1964 in Lagrange
County he married Lizzie Yoder, she survives. Survivors in addition to
his wife are three sons, Steve (Tammy) Kauffman of Indianapolis, Stan
Kauffman of Goshen, Stuart (Tara) Kauffman of Goshen; daughter,
Shirley Robinson of Millersburg; six grandchildren; four
great-grandchildren; four brothers, Alfred (Katie) Kauffman of
Middlebury, Ira (Patti) Kauffman of Goshen, Steve (Wilma) Kauffman of
Topeka, Harvey (Edna Fern) Kauffman of Middlebury; two sisters,
Mary (Dan) Bontreger of Topeka, Katie (John) Eash of New Paris. He
was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Joni Kauffman.
Marvin had worked as an over the road truck driver for most of his life,
including 18 years delivering mobile homes and then later delivering
recreational vehicles; in retirement he did Amish taxi work. He was a
member of Clinton Frame Church and had served in a hospital during
his 1W service. He enjoyed many things in life, including fishing and
woodworking. Many of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren
have been blessed with custom made wooden gifts from their
grandfather. He was a very social man who loved spending time with
others, especially his family. Visitation will be from 5:00 - 8:00 pm on
Friday, October 9, and 2:00 - 6:00 pm Saturday, October 10, at Clinton
Frame Church, 63846 CR 35 Goshen. Funeral services will be at 3:00
pm on Sunday, October 11, also at the church. It is recommended that
face coverings be worn during all services. Services will be
conducted by Pastors Sebastiano Rosa and Linda Miller. Burial will
be in Clinton Frame Cemetery, Goshen. Memorials may be given to
The Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) Foundation or Clinton Frame
Church for use in the Brotherhood Fund, to assist people in need.  

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From: Lowell & Gaylia ( Gay) Farrand
Lizzi We aw so sorry to hear of your husband's passing. You &
your family will be in our thoughts & prayers Will be glad when can
greet each other in person on on Sunday mornings
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From: Ralph and Patty Eash
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Marvin G. Kauffman