Obituary for Craig Ryan Stouder UPDATED

Craig Ryan Stouder UPDATED

Craig Ryan Stouder, age 52, of Bourbon, Indiana, passed away on Friday, July 3, 2020 at 7:08 AM in his residence. Craig was born May 10, 1968 in Bremen, Indiana to Keith and Glenda (Carey) Stouder.

He worked for Zimmer, Inc for 24 years as a Technician in the Robotics & Polymer Department.  He was a member of New Life Christian Church, Warsaw. Craig loved his children & grandchildren and was a proud grandfather.  In addition, he loved the guitar and played in several bands with the last being “Gunner”.  He was an avid truck and Harley enthusiast who enjoyed “tricking out” his ride.  Most importantly, he was a Baptized Christian who loved his faith.

Craig is survived by sons, Tory (fiancé  Katelyn Samuel) Stouder of Colorado Springs, CO, Trey “T.J.” Stouder of Warsaw, IN; Mother, Glenda Holbrook of Bourbon, IN; Father, Keith Stouder of Auburn, PA; Brother, Chris (Kim) Stouder of Etna Green, IN; Nephews, Jacob & Jared Stouder; Grandchildren, Zoey Plaza & Coraline Stouder; and Companion, Jill Mejer of South Bend, IN.

Graveside services will be held Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 1:00 PM in  Etna Green Cemetery.  Arrangements for the family are entrusted to McHatton-Sadler Funeral Chapel, Warsaw.

Memorial donations may be made to

New Life Christian Church & World Outreach

744 S 325 E, Warsaw, IN 46582



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