May 27, 1933 -- October 21, 2015

Wilma L. Roth, 82, of Goshen, died at 9:10 am, on Wednesday, October 21 at
Greencroft Health Care Center, Goshen. She was born on May 27, 1933, in Cass
County, MO, to Harvey and Ada (Hershberger) Roth. Surviving are sister, Frances
Stalter of Eureka, IL; two nieces, Marilyn Roth of Goshen, Brenda (Jeff) Ritter of
Bloomington, IL; four nephews, Gary (Kathy) Roth, Keith (Gayle) Roth, Bob (Julie)
Roth all of Shipshewana, Terry (Christal) Stalter of Goodfield, IL. She was preceded in
death by her parents and two brothers, Robert and Vernon Roth. Wilma was a
member of Forks Mennonite Church in Middlebury. She was a volunteer during her
time at Greencroft. She loved quilting, reading, playing games, fishing and cooking.
She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. Visitation will be from
5:00-7:00 pm on Saturday, October 24 at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South
Main Street, Middlebury and one hour prior to the 2:00 pm funeral service on Sunday,
October 25 at Forks Mennonite Church, Middlebury.  Services will be conducted by
Pastor Phil Yoder and Rev. Eugene Bontrager. Burial will be in Townline Cemetery,
Shipshewana. Memorials may be given to IU Health Goshen Home Care and Hospice.

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So sorry for the family's loss. I will always have great memories of her at Sycamore
Bible School.
From: Carol Sue Roth Richards
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Gary and Kathy, my thoughts are with you at this time, God Bless you Both.
From: Velma Yoder
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I am sorry for the family's loss. My sincere condolences.
From: Mildred Roth
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We were saddened to hear of Wilma's death. We were traveling for 10 days and saw
the obituary in the paper when we got home. It would have been so good to be able to
come to be with you for the memorial service. Please know that our thoughts are with
you as you grieve this loss, praying that the memories you have will continue to bring
you comfort. Not too long ago we spoke at the Sunday morning worship service at
Greencroft and enjoyed visiting with her, however briefly. She seemed rather weary
but very much engaged as we visited. We are glad for that time
May our God of love and mercy comfort and bring you peace!
Love generously. Care deeply & Speak Kindly
Sincerely, Naomi and John Lederach
Wilma L. Roth