Rebecca "Becky" Yoder
                          November 24, 1956 ~ December 7, 2016

Rebecca “Becky” Yoder, 60, of Constantine, died at 8:55 am on
Wednesday, December 7, at her residence. She was born on
November 24, 1956 in Sturgis, MI, to Frank and Bev (Musser) Lutz. On
January 27, 1974 in White Pigeon, MI she married Rich Yoder, he
survives. Survivors in addition to her husband are a son, Nick
(Ashley) Yoder of Constantine, MI; a grandson, Robert Yoder; three
step-grandchildren, Andrea, Layla and Ethan; two brothers, Greg Lutz
of Ontario, Canada and Mark Lutz of Constantine, MI. She was
preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Cherryl Hayes Shull.
Becky had worked several years for Shipshe Casuals, managing
Apple Creek Alley. She had also worked in the library of White Pigeon
Elementary School and Glen Oaks College. She had taught knitting
classes, was an avid reader and owned a vast collection of books.
She has had a love for animals and enjoyed riding motorcycle with
her husband. She often laughed as she admitted that she knew a
wealth of useless information and often spoke of her love for her
grandson, Robbie. Visitation will be from 1:00 - 6:00 pm on Sunday
December 11, at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street
Middlebury. There will be one hour of visitation prior to the 11:00 am
funeral services on Monday, December 12, also at the funeral home.
Services will be conducted by Pastors John Drexler and Scott Yoder.
Memorials may be given to United Cancer Services of Elkhart County
or Hospice of Sturgis. O


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Rich, I hope you and the family will find some peace in Becks
memory. I will keep a good thought for you, till we meet on the road
again.
From: Miriam & Bob VanNess
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Although my wife and I never met Becky or Rich she was part of the
motorcycle family on GL1800riders.com, May god rest her soul.
From: Kim & Joe Nazario
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My deepest sympathy to Rich, family and many friends of Becky. She
cheered up any room she entered and her passing will sadden many.
From: Frank Carpenter
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So sorry for your family's loss.  Please accept our deepest and
sincere sympathy.  Sending continued thoughts & prayers your way.
From: Glen Oaks Community College
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I am so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
May God hold you close as you go through this difficult time.
From: Sam and Cathy
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Becky made working life at Shipshewana fun. She was generous in
bringing food to share and helpful whenever you needed her. Rest in
peace Becky....your work is done. Sending sympathy to all who loved
her....may memories keep you company in the years ahead.
From: Susan Hopkins
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Becky, & "Bookish" as I knew her, was such a delightful, funny, and
caring person.  Although I never met her in person, she was a
cherished member of an international knitting circle.  What a fine lady!  
We are all so sad to hear she has left us.  Healing thoughts to all her
family and friends.
From: Leffy Gauge
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I only knew Becky online, but she quickly became a friend. May she
rest in peace, somewhere that there is all the quiett her heart could
desire.
From: Faith Cormier
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So sorry RICH may she R.I.P.
From: Garry Ferrell
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My deep condolences to you all. I never met Becky, but I know her
from Ravelry.
From: Ellen (breimuts2)
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My heart felt condolences. I have known Rich & Becky for more than
45 years. Rich and Becky are amazing people. Becky had such a
clever wit. We would laugh a lot, when we were together or on the
phone. Being the kind of people they are, they were able to acquire
and retain an extremely large group of friends from many walks of life.
It was an honor to call her friend and will be an honor to always think
of her that way. May God bless her.
From: Mike Wells & Kristy
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We want to let Becky's family know how very sorry we are for their
loss of a great and beautiful woman. Becky was a ray of light and we
will miss her always
From: Jeremy and Jenny Laird & Family
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Rich and family, please accept my sincere offer of condolences.  
Becky was much loved by anyone who ever met her.  I am so sorry for
your loss.
From: Rick Larin
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