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Samuel E. Stoltzfus
48, owned Eagle Auction, worked at
Superior Plastic Products
Samuel E. Stoltzfus, 48, of Lititz, passed away unexpectedly at home Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013.
Born in Colerain Twp., he was the son of Mary Stoltzfus Peachey, wife of David J. Peachey of Lebanon, and the late Eli S. Stoltzfus. He was the husband of Susie Ann King Stoltzfus.
Samuel owned and operated Eagle Auction Service, Lititz, and also worked for Superior Plastic Products, Inc., New Holland. He was a member of Spring Garden Amish-Mennonite Church.
In addition to his wife, mother and stepfather, he is survived by three children: Angelina Grace, Joanna Nichole and Jase Devon Stoltzfus, all at home; paternal grandmother: Katie F. King of Ronks; three sisters: Katie Mae, wife of Christ Beiler of Gordonville; Sadie K., wife of Stevie Fisher of Ronks; Mary K., wife of Ammon King of Lititz; three brothers: Henry K., husband of Emma Mae Stoltzfus of Parkesburg; Christian S., husband of Katie Mae Stoltzfus of Denver; Levi K. Stoltzfus of Richland; stepbrothers and sisters: Naomi, wife of Jonathan Lapp; Rebecca, wife of Stevie Stoltzfus, both of Myerstown; Sylvia, wife of Roy Yoder; Mary, wife of David Stoltzfus; Esther, wife of Levi Lapp; Daniel, husband of Edna Peachey; John Peachey, all of Newmanstown and Samuel, husband of Elsie Mae Peachey of Gordonville.
He was preceded in death by a step brother-in-law, Isaac Stoltzfus, Jr.
Funeral services were held from the Spring Garden Amish-Mennonite Church, Kinzers, Oct. 23 with interment following in the adjoining cemetery.
Kindly omit flowers.
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