S. Hochstetler, born: September 30, 1934 - died: July 30, 2018 Age: 83 - Sugarcreek,
Obituary: Harley S. Hochstetler
— Harley S. Hochstetler, 83, of Pleasant Valley Road in Sugarcreek died Monday,
July 30, 2018 at Community Hospice House in New Philadelphia.
He was born Sept. 30, 1934 in Nappanee, Ind. to the late Samuel and Emma (Yoder)
Harley was a general contractor and a member of the New Order Amish Church. His
favorite pastimes were spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, playing
checkers and traveling. He was especially known as a great storyteller.
Harley was married on Nov. 2, 1954 to the former Sue Troyer and she died on May
He then married the former MaryAnn Yoder on June 6, 1991 and she died on Dec.
Harley is survived by his children, Emma (Bill) Miller of Milroy, Ind., Marlin
(Donna) Hochstetler of Sugarcreek, Laura (Jim) Tsangeos of Uniontown, Carol
(Perry) Coblentz of Mayslick, Ky., Ray (Jen) Hochstetler and Barbara Miller,
both of Sugarcreek and Louise (DeWayne) Schrock of Mayslick, Ky.; 27
grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren; brother, Dan (Amanda) Hochstetler of
Middlefield; sisters, MaryAnn (Alfred) Yoder of Malta, Alma Byler of Hermitage,
Penn., Laura (Eli) Byler of Wautoma, Wis. and Esther (Dan) Hostetler of
Middlefield, and several stepbrothers and stepsisters.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Sue; his wife, MaryAnn; grandson, Joshua
Hochstetler; parents; a sister, Laura and brother-in-law, Alfred.
Services will be held Thursday, Aug. 2 at 9:30 a.m. at Hartville Conservative
Mennonite Church, 10547 Market Ave., Uniontown 44685 with Bishop Robert A.
Troyer officiating. Burial will be in Oak Grove Amish Cemetery in Hartville.
Friends may call on Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at Maranatha Fellowship
Church, 941 State Route 93, Sugarcreek 44681.
Arrangements are being handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.
Posted Jul 31, 2018 at 3:21 PM - The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio |
Harley was an excellent checker player and played most Amish meets, many ACF NC
& VA state tournaments, and several ACF National Tournaments. Harley owned
a winter home in Sarasota and was available to play pick-up games anytime from
January through April. He was a rare gentleman who could keep you playing
checkers or listening to stories for hours, he will be missed!
Deceased Tournament Players