Goshen News, Goshen, IN


July 5, 2013

Joshua and James Bontrager

July 3, 2013

LAGRANGE — Joshua Bontrager and James Bontrager, infants, were stillborn Wednesday at Parkview LaGrange Hospital.

They are survived by their parents, Herman and Doris (Troyer) Bontrager, LaGrange; brothers, Marcus, Jerry, Anthony, Michael and Brian, all at home; four sisters, Alice, Jolene, Janice and Lora, all at home; grandparents, Glenn and Vera Troyer and William and Lettie Bontrager; and maternal great-grandmother, Elizabeth Miller.

Private services for the twins took place Thursday.

Burial was in Millers Cemetery, LaGrange.

Carney-Frost Funeral Home, LaGrange, assisted the family with arrangements.

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