Waneta M. Foltz
                        December 14, 1945 -- May 12, 2015

Waneta Marilynn Foltz, 69, of Shipshewana, passed away at 5:19 pm on
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at her residence. Her passing was unexpected and
was due to natural causes. She was born on December 14, 1945 in Sturgis,
MI, to Linton and Marie (Showalter) Norris. On May 14, 1967 in LaGrange she
married Richard "Dick" Foltz, he survives. Survivors in addition to her
husband are a daughter, Katrina (Steve) Pruitt of Topeka; a son, Korwin Foltz
of Carmel; two grandsons, Logan Pruitt and Tanner Pruitt. She was preceded
in death by her parents. She was a graduate of LaGrange High School and
International Business College. Waneta was a bus driver for the Westview
School Corporation for 41 years and had worked as a realtor for Lewis and
Lambright in LaGrange; she also served as the Newbury Township trustee
for two terms. She was a member of the Shipshewana Church of the
Nazarene where she taught Sunday School for many years. She enjoyed
gospel music and loved spending time with her family, especially her
grandsons. Visitation will be from 2:00 - 4:00 and 6:00 - 8:00 pm on Saturday,
May 16, and one hour prior to the 2:00 pm funeral service on Sunday, May 17;
all services will be held at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main
Street Middlebury. Services will be conducted by Rev. Donald Ault. Burial will
be in Forest Grove Cemetery, Middlebury. Memorials may be given to the
Shipshewana Church of the Nazarene or the donor's choice.  

                      Current Online Condolences
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Dear Dick, Korwin, Katrina and family. We are so sorry for your loss. I don't
have words, but my heart hurts for all of you. Will treasure my good talks I
had with Waneta...another one for me to look forward to seeing in heaven. We
will be praying in the days and weeks to come. Love you...
From: Eldon and Ody
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My heart goes out to all of you during this difficult time. May God comfort you
and give you strength. Hold onto all of those special memories of a very
special Lady.
From: John and Donna Golden
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My condolences to all of you, Dick I always enjoyed Waneta especially when
we drove Bus together...so sorry for your loss.
From: Edna
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My heart goes out to all of you during this difficult time. May God comfort you
and give you strength. Hold onto all of those special memories of a very
special Lady.
John and Donna Golden
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My heart is just breaking for all of you. It is so difficult to lose someone so
suddenly. Wanita was a wonderful Christian woman, and friend. A woman
who treasured every member of her family. She will be missed! May God give
you comfort and peace during this time of loss. Our thoughts and prayers are
with you all.
From: Deanna & Brent
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It was our privilege to be Waneta's Pastor for 4 years.  We love her and her
family with our whole heart and are in sorrow at your loss.  Our deepest
sympathy and prayers go out to Dick, Katrina, and Korwin.   God bless you!
From: Harold and Billie Sue Bowlby
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Know that we are praying for all of you. Waneta was such a sweet person.
She was so caring when I watched her grandsons. She was such a comfort
to me when my mom passed away and again when my husband was in his
car accident. She always knew just what to say. I'll miss her greatly.
From: Nancy Fought (and Paul)
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Remember all the good times you shared with Wanita.  She had such a loving
spirit and was always helping everyone.  She will be missed, but she is in a
better place with her love ones, and preparing heaven for the rest of us to
come when it is our time
From: Carolyn, Carl and Mark Schermerhorn.  Jean and Bill
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Dick, Katrina & Korwin, Logan &Tanner,
Some angel was on my shoulder when she told me to look up Waneta last
July, after not seeing her for 47 years! I wish we would have had more time to
discuss our old Business School days and dreams of what would become
the next 47 years.  She always dreamed of being happily married to Dick and
having two kids! She was right on target with that -- despite Dick liking olives!
She was taken too soon...I'll miss not knowing she is only a phone call away.
From: Sharon Provines
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Waneta was a very special person who I asked for many times for her advice
when I started driving a school bus and her wisdom was well received and
her stories I will miss, prayers the family go rest high on that mountain!
From: Renee and Dave
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So sorry to hear of Waneta's passing. I remember her from when Sharon and
her lived in Ft. Wayne. Prayers and sympathy to you all.
From: Dianne (Provines) Lees
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Dear Dick, Korwin, Katrina, Steve, Logan and Tanner:  We are so sorry for
your loss.  We enjoyed having Waneta as part of our Lewis Lambright family!  
Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family.
From: Harvey and Pat Lambright & Family
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I remember all the Norris reunions we attended over the years. She was
always a favorite of her Uncle Milburn and Aunt Marilynn Norris and was a
favorite cousin to Marcia Norris Clements. Dick, Katrina, and Korwin you
have my deepest sympathy. She had a strong faith in God.  Remember faith,
family and friends are so important during these times. You are all in my
From: Frank Clements Mt. Juliet Tennessee, Dave and Jenny Clements Derry
and family, Kendallville Indiana