Amanda H. Hostetler, 66, of 6957 Buss Road, Apple Creek, died Saturday, July 23, 2016 at Aultman Hospital in Canton after a brief illness.
She was born June 12, 1950 in Maysville to the late Henry J. and Mary (Miller) Byler and married Eli Y. Hostetler on May 6, 2007. He survives. She was a member of the Old Order Amish Church.
Surviving in addition to her husband are 10 step-sons and a step-daughter; Atlee (Ella) Hostetler of Fredericksburg, Andrew (Barbara) Hostetler of Adamsville, Daniel (Barbara) Hostetler of Hersey, MI, Fannie (Raymond) Hostetler of Fredericksburg, Melvin (Emma) Hostetler of Apple Creek, William (Susie)Hostetler of New Concord, Eli Jr. (Irene) Hostetler of Apple Creek, Yost (Ida) Hostetler of Fredericksburg, Emery (Rosanna) Hostetler of Apple Creek, Uriah (Verna) Hostetler of Fredericksburg and Roman (Barbara) Hostetler of the home; 78 step-grandchildren and 26 step-great-grandchildren. Amanda is also survived by brothers and sisters, Miriam (Fred) Scholl of McMinnville, OR, Mose (Mary) Shetler, Reuben Shetler, Enos Shetler, Jr., William (Miriam) Shetler, Jemima Shetler, Katie Shetler and Johnny Shetler all of Fredericksburg, Harvey (Ona Sue) Shetler of Sturgis, MI, Jacob (Loretta) Shetler, Barbara (Ervin) Petersheim and Nancy (Noah) Yoder all of Adamsville and Mary (Joseph) Yoder of Muncy, PA and brothers-in-law, Joe Byler and George Wengerd.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her step-father, Enos M. Shetler, sisters, Fannie Wengerd, Martha Byler and Susie Shetler, brothers, Daniel Shetler and Mahlon Byler and 2 infant step-grandchildren.
Services will be Tuesday, July 26th at 9:00 a.m. at the residence with Minister Irvin Hilty officiating. Burial will be in the Troyer Cemetery, Salt Creek Township, Wayne County. Friends may call anytime at the residence. Murray Funeral Home in Fredericksburg is handling arrangements.