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Troyer, Nettie

Nettie Troyer, 60, of 2024 US 62, Dundee (Winesburg) went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Nettie was born in Holmes County on August 17, 1960 to Roman and Alma Troyer and married Myron Troyer on May 19, 1979. She was the mother of Carrie (Henry “Jr”) Hershberger, Anson (Rose Miller) Troyer, Ben (Melissa Miller)Troyer and Koby (Renita Yoder) Troyer. She will be greatly missed by her grandchildren, Eden, Dannicah, Jaron, and Brasen Hershberger and Kaylee and Wyatt Troyer; brothers, Wayne (Rhonda King) and David (Kelly Hershberger) and 3 sisters, Ada (Wayne) Coblentz, Gladys (Jonas Jr) Mullet, and Fannie (Leroy) Keim.
She was greeted in heaven by her twin girls; grandson, Trinnen Hershberger; and her father.
Nettie was a girl of questions. She found her way through life seeking answers about faith, life and family. Nettie enjoyed teaching the bible to her kids, children and ladies at church and her grandchildren. She enjoyed visiting with the kids at school where she worked as a cook for 29 years, and a teachers aid for 3 years. She loved her co-workers at Hiland, Winesburg, Mt Hope and Chestnut Ridge. Nettie loved the outdoors. Her first love was farming at her grandparents farm, however she also enjoyed, gardening, horseback riding, swimming, softball, baseball, ice skating, sledding and serving as a cook at Camp Buckeye for many years. To relax she enjoyed reading, and sewing comforts to give as gifts or for Project Linus.
Her passion was for her own children and all children to know Jesus as their savior and friend at a young age. Nettie was ready to meet her Lord and would love all of you to be prepared to meet him as well. As Nettie stated it, “the bible, the word of God will have all your answers, accept Christ’s truth, believe its word and confess your sins. Then live fully for Christ.”

Funeral services will be held on Saturday at 9:30 am at Berean Community Church, 1504 US 62, Wilmot, with Pastor Steve Lapp officiating.  Burial will be in the Pleasant View Cemetery.  Friends may call on Thursday from 5-8 pm and Friday from 2-4 and 6-8 pm all at the Berean Community Church.  Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton is handling the arrangements.


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