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Hockemeyer & Miller Funeral Home

6131 St Joe Road, Fort Wayne, IN

OBITUARY

Richard J. Honig

November 14, 1926May 5, 2020

Richard J. Honig, 93, of Leo, Indiana, went to be with his Lord and Savior on May 5, 2020. Born November 14, 1926, in St. Louis, Missouri, he was a son of the late Louis O. and Irene (Johnson) Honig and brother of the late Louis (Elizabeth) Honig, Irene (Bud) Miltenberger, Ethel (Allen) Vesper, and Theodore (Mary) Honig. His wife, Ann (Ludeman) Honig, preceded him in death. He is survived by children Elizabeth (Ronald) Nussbaum of Angola, and Richard E. (Kathi) Honig of Fort Wayne, and eight (8) grandchildren, John (Emily) Nussbaum of Fort Wayne, Lora (Chris) Miner of Fort Wayne, Leanne (Ward) Hamlet of Fort Wayne, Emily (Jesse) Carmody of Fort Wayne, Meg (Marcus) Heminger of Fort Wayne, Katie (Tom) Rish of Zionsville, Anna (Dex) Witte of Memphis, TN, Rachel (Dan) Fiechter of Bluffton, and 23 great-grandchildren. Dick was a graduate of Westminster College in Fulton, MO, and was a sales executive for Swift & Company, Springbrook Farms, and Bil Mar Foods. He served honorably in the U.S Army during WWII and the Korean conflict. Private family services were held. Burial will be in Leo Memorial Cemetery, Leo, Indiana. Arrangements have been entrusted to Hockemeyer & Miller Funeral Home, 6131 St Joe Road, Fort Wayne.

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Jeff Turner

May 10, 2020

I wanted to express my sympathies to all of the family members. I will share just a few of many memories of your dad(grandpa). I enjoyed reading the spiritual articles he wrote that were printed in the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette. I appreciated his sharing his love for his Lord. I also was thankful in his willingness to teach a young married couples class with your mom at 1st Missionary church in Berne. I appreciated his humbleness and transparency in sharing his mistakes he made early in his marriage to your mom in trying to be helpful to the young married men in the class. I also respected his long-suffering nature he endured in being a Cleveland Browns fan(they actually had some good years)😁 I rejoice in his eternal going home to meet his Lord and being reunited with your mom. May God grant each of you His comfort and peace!

Jaime (Mertz) Beitler

May 8, 2020

Saw your father’s obituary in the Berne paper. So sorry to hear of his passing! Even after 22 years the “Honig memories” come back :). Great memories! Praying for your family.

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