Millie Yoder

                            August 12, 1922 -- August 14, 2016

Millie Yoder, 94, of Goshen, died at 11:38 am, on Sunday, August 14,
at Greencroft Health Care Center, Goshen. She was born on August
12, 1922 in LaGrange County, to Erwin and Elizabeth (Lambright)
Eash. On November 28, 1940 in LaGrange she married John Yoder;
he died March 29, 2001. Surviving are two daughters, Rhoda (Burl)
Troyer of Elkhart, Rachel (Mark) Korody of Granger; two sons, Sam
(Michelle) Yoder of Midland, MI, C.J. (Gretchen) Yoder of Goshen, 8
grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren; four sisters, Rosa (Albert)
Yoder and Wilma (Vern) Fry both of Topeka, Edna (Perry) Yoder and
Elizabeth Mast both of IA; brother, Amos (Becky) Eash of Salem OR.
She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, sister, Susie
Eash, four brothers, Erwin, Ora, Harvey and Samuel Eash. Millie was
a member of Clinton Frame Mennonite Church and a good
seamstress who was active in the sewing circle. She was a
homemaker and very active as a pastor's wife. Visitation will be from
5:00 - 8:00 pm on Thursday August 18, and for one hour prior to the
10:00 am funeral service on Friday August 19, all at Miller-Stewart
Funeral Home, 1003 S. Main St., Middlebury.  Services will be
conducted by Pastors Terry Diener and Danny Yoder of Clinton
Frame Church. Burial will be in Clinton Brick Cemetery, Goshen.
Memorials may be given to Clinton Frame Church.  



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Rhoda and Burl, So sorry for the loss of your dear mother.  She was
a dear friend to me.  Always love seeing her come into Yoder's Dept.
Store with her sisters and you sometimes. She taught you Rhoda her
many talents of sewing and crafts. You had many great years
together.  Our love and sympathy are with you.
From: Roger and Marolyn Yoder
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I'm so sorry to hear of Millie's passing.  I always enjoyed her sense of
humor and spunk when I would visit her at Greencroft!  She enjoyed
talking about her grandchildren and great grandchildren!  Blessings
to you!
From: Sarah & Wilbur Bontrager
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