MONTGOMERY — Fannie Mae Graber, 70, died at 1 p.m. Wednesday at her residence. Born May, 18, 1942, in Nappanee, she was the daughter of Eli J.Y. and Elizabeth (Yoder) Miller. She was a homemaker and member of the Old Order Amish. She is survived by her husband, Alva A. Graber; her children, Judith Lynn (Sam) Stoll, Maribeth (Lavern) Wittmer, Donna Sue (Galen) Stoll, all of Montgomery, Thomas Elvin (Christina) Graber of Odon, Robert Marshall (Miriam) Graber of Salem, Alva Joseph (Ellie) Graber of Odon, and Abraham A. (Lois) Graber of Montgomery; 30 grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Paul Miller of Washington, Ervin Lee Miller of Scottsville, Ky., Mary Esther (Willis) Wagler of Worthington, Daniel Miller of Scottsville, John Mark Miller of Bedford, Pa., Ruth (Edwin) Landas of Lancaster, Pa., Elvin Miller of Scottsville, Rachel (Reuben) Stoltsfus of Mifflinburg, Pa., and Martha Ann (Clyde) Sensnig of Scottsville. She is preceded in death by a daughter, Loisann Graber; and two grandchildren, Samuel Lee Stoll and Kenneth Eugene Graber. The funeral was at 9 a.m. Friday at the family residence. Burial was in Graber Cemetery. Arrangements were made through Poindexter-McClure Funeral Home.
May 18, 1942 - Aug. 29, 2012
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