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Titus Stoltzfus

Titus Y. Stoltzfus

Friday, November 15th, 1935 - Monday, April 13th, 2020
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Obituary

Titus Y. Stoltzfus, age 84, of Landis Homes Retirement Community Lititz, formerly of New Holland, went to be with his Lord and Savior on April 13, 2020. He was the loving husband of Marian Jane (Rutt) Stoltzfus and they were married for 62 years. Born in the Churchtown area he was the son of Enos B. and Annie (Yoder) Stoltzfus.

His working days included 27 years of working at Ford New Holland, mostly as a welder. He retired in 1992 but continued working part-time jobs until 2002 when he became seriously ill with West Nile Virus. This ended working and his hobbies of hunting and fishing. He was a member of New Holland Mennonite Church where he had once served as usher and trustee. For several years he attended chapel at Landis Homes.

He is survived by a daughter, Kathie Stoltzfus of Centreville, VA, and a daughter, Brenda Cline, married to Sheldon Cline of Mount Solon, VA. He was preceded in death by a son, Arthur Stoltzfus. He has two granddaughters, Cheyenne, married to Titus Rhodes of Mount Jackson, VA, and Sierra, married to Samuel Evans of Mount Crawford, VA, and a great granddaughter, Naomi Jane Rhodes. Surviving also are sisters Salinda Weber and Orpha King.

Preceding him in death were a brother David Stoltzfus, and sisters Nancy Byler, Ruth Bowman, and Martha Bartel.

A memorial service will be announced at a later date. The Groff-High Funeral Home, New Holland is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be posted at www.groffeckenroth.com.
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    Location
    New Holland Mennonite Cemetery
    Address
    55 N. Railroad Ave.
    NEW HOLLAND, PA
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Art Weaver

Posted at 01:26pm
Dear Marian Jane and family,
We are so sorry you have to go through this at this particular time. We send our condolence and pray God's blessing upon you . The verse for the day from Our Daily Bread is: "But the Lord stood at my side and gave me strength."
Art & Ruth Weaver
Ephrata Manor
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Harold Wright

Posted at 12:54pm
Sorry for your loss. Titus was a good man. RIP
HS

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Posted at 11:30am
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Kathie Stoltzfus Posted at 06:14pm

This memorial tree was planted by his daughter, Kathie Stoltzfus.
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Mary Lois Beard

Posted at 09:39am
Dear Marian...and girls
It is with a heavy heart that I heard about Titus leaving you........
I have lots of good memories, youth groups, neighbors and friends.
I think of Titus alot when I hear 'Fresh air children"
James and I were just married and we lived in an old farm house and Titus, Orpha and Titus's parents lived at the other end from us. We had a 'fresh air' boy that first year and during the night he yelled out in a nightmare. Titus was very near to breaking the door down between us. That was often mentioned when we met in later years.
I know he will be missed and I am sorry I did not get to see him these past years but you will al be on my mind with fond memories.
God bless you all.....
MF

Margaret Freed

Posted at 08:42pm
I remember a lot of good times with Uncle Titus and his family. After Marian and he moved to Landis Homes we would have birthday parties for each of the siblings in a room at Landis Homes. Those were fun times.
My parents, Marvin and Martha Bartel, traveled with Titus and Marian all over the US. Many times we have looked at pictures and discussed memories of that trip with Titus and Marian. My parents often spoke of the fun they had and how nice it was to travel with them.
Titus was a good Christian man who cared for his family and friends. He will be missed by many of us but will live on in our memories.
With loving memories, your niece, Maggi Freed
 

Brenda Cline Posted at 09:25am

Thank you, Mag. Yes, such sweet memories of the Stoltzfus siblings! We had some good times over the years and it was such a blessing to have so many aunts and uncles living at the Landis Homes for several years. I have heard numerous stories over the years of their traveling adventures, usually ending up with "and we laughed and laughed." My dad loved his nieces and nephews so very much and each one was special to him.
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