Polly W. Fry

               November 12, 1926 -- November 18, 2020

Polly W. Fry, 94, of Millersburg, formerly of Yoder, KS and
Fairview, MI, passed away at 12:38 am on Wednesday, November
18, at Strawberry Fields Greenhouse Village, Goshen, after a brief
illness. She was born on November 12, 1926 in Yoder, KS to
William D. and Susie J. (Yoder) Yoder. On October 7, 1948 in
Yoder, KS she married Ora Floyd Fry, he passed away January 6,
2002. Surviving are daughter, Sherry Lee Troyer of Millersburg;
son-in-law, Galen (Diane) Friesen of Grand Rapids, MI; four
grandchildren, Chad (Krista) Friesen, Amber (Nate) Bishop,
Nicholas (Holly) Troyer and Keith (Jessica) Troyer; great
grandchildren, Caleb, Katie, Daniel and Isaac Friesen, Ethan and
Gabrielle "Gabby" Bishop, Weston and Kylee Troyer; Connor,
Zane, Zev and Rory Campbell; three brothers, William (Lora)
Yoder of New Paris, David (Ida) Yoder of Shipshewana, Merle
(Ottie) Yoder of Castalian Springs, TN; sister, Ruby (Elmer) Byler
of Millersburg. She was preceded in death by her parents;
husband; daughter, Esther Anna Friesen; brothers, Daniel,
Joseph, Herman, Amos, Perry, Ora, Felty, Elmer and Albert Yoder;
sisters, Katie Cross, Sadie Yoder, Betsy Fry, Clara Slabach,
Susanna Keim, Anna Fry, Vera Miller and Edna Miller. Polly was a
homemaker and had attended Yoder Mennonite Church and
Fairview Mennonite Church. She had the gift of hospitality and
was known for her sweet tea, fried chicken and chocolate chip
cookies. She loved tending to her flower gardens, especially her
roses and was gifted at piecing and quilting quilts, crochets and
embroidery. She had volunteered as a Sunday School Teacher,
Bible School Teacher, in the Women's Sewing Circle and at
different relief sales. She would always light up at the sight of
kittens, puppies and especially little children were such a delight
to her and would bring a smile to her face. Visitation will be from
2:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Saturday November 21, at Miller-Stewart
Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street Middlebury. Graveside
services will be at 1:00 pm on Monday November 23, at Yoder
Mennonite Cemetery, Yoder, KS. Services will be conducted by
Pastor Dale Kauffman. The family and funeral home has
requested that face coverings and social distancing be observed
at all of the services. Memorials may be given to Kansas
Mennonite Relief Sale or Northern Michigan Relief Sale. Online
condolences may be offered at millerstewartfuneralhome.com.

                        Current Online Condolences

From: Mary Jean Troyer
We always enjoyed seeing Polly in Fairview---just walking real
fast on the sidewalk! May God grant you peace during this time.
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From: Carla Firestone
Keith, I'm sorry to hear of your grandmother's passing. My
thoughts are with you in this difficult time.
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From: Jennifer Rose
My sincerest condolences to the family of Polly Fry. What an
amazing life she lived surrounded by so much love and light.
Sending you strength, prayers and peace during this difficult
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From: Lee Krieger
So sorry for you loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
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From: DeAndre Smith
My thoughts and prayers go out to your family in your loss. May
you find comfort in the memories that were developed over the
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From: Katurena
Keith, I am sorry to hear of the passing of your Grandmother.
Sending prayer, peace and comfort to you and your family. God
Bless you
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From: Cindy Kezele
Keith and family So very sorry for the loss of your grandmother.
you must be proud of the legacy she has left behind. May all of
your fond memories comfort you during this time.
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From: Teresa Hatcher
So very sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with your family as
you navigate this difficult time.
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From: Tim Sparks
Keith, So sorry to hear about your grandmother. My thoughts are
with you and your family.
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From: Steve Gross
My sincerest condolences to your Family on the loss of your
Grandmother. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your
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From: Shirley (Miller) Nelson
I've known Polly all my life. She was a sweet lady, and the world
was a better place with her in it.

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From: Brian Gallaway
Keith, so sorry for the loss of your grandmother. Payers of
comfort to you and your family, as well as the rest of her family.
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