April 28, 1950 ~ May 15, 2017
Rosetta Miller, 67, of Middlebury, died at 6:05 am on Monday, May 15, at her
residence. She had been in failing health, battling cancer the last two and a
half years. She was born on April 28, 1950 in Bremen, to Melvin E. and Lovina
Mae (Hochstetler) Schwietert. On November 1, 1969 in White Pigeon, MI she
married Ray Miller, he survives. Survivors in addition to her husband are two
daughters, Carmela Miller of Elkhart, Rita (Curtis) Stutzman of Middlebury;
son, Mike (Amber) Miller of Elkhart; 16 grandchildren; two sisters, Lucille
Hodge of Sun City, AZ, JoAnn (Neal) Beachy of Etna Green; brother, Eugene
(Martha) Schwietert of Goshen. She was preceded in death by her parents, a
stillborn son, two brothers, Randy Schwietert and infant Kenneth Schwietert
and a stillborn grandson. Rosetta was a member of Roselawn Mennonite
Church. She was the second secretary of Jayco, owner of the Bed and
Breakfast at the Patchwork Quilt and ran that Pretty Place Bed and Breakfast.
She enjoyed singing with the Harmony singers for many years. Visitation will
be from 2:00 - 8:00 pm on Thursday May 18, at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home,
1003 South Main Street Middlebury. There will also be one hour of visitation
prior to the 10:00 am funeral service on Friday, May 19, at Fairhaven
Mennonite Church, Goshen. Services will be conducted by Pastors Thad
Lechlitner, Curtis Stutzman and Troy Brubacher. Burial will be in Thomas
Cemetery, Goshen. Memorials may be given to the Voice of Martyr's.
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We were so saddened to hear about Rosetta's passing. She was a great lady
and wonderful hostess to all her guests. We enjoyed knowing her. Our
thoughts and prayers to your family.
Dianne and Dennis Debelak
The Homespun Country Inn
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Our thoughts and Prayers are with You, at this time bereavement. May God's
Blessing be with you.
From: Titus and Anna Marie Ramer
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To Carmela and all the family, Sorry to hear of your loss. May God bring you
From: Sheryl Mullet
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Arnie & I were saddened to hear of Rosetta's passing. She was a special lady
and a joy to chat with. Our deepest sympathy to Ray and the entire family.
Prayers for all of you.
From: Arnie & Lori Schumacher