Ronald William Ennis

Ronald William Ennis,51,of Lincolnton passed away, Saturday, April 9th 2016 at Lincolnton Rehabilitation Center at 11:18 p.m. This past January he was diagnosed with colon cancer and had surgery April 1st 2016 to remove the cancer however he lost the battle on April 9th 2016 peacefully
Mr. Ennis was born May 24th 1964 in Cleveland Ohio and was the son of the late Ronald Gene Ennis and Mary Mooney Ennis he he was preceded in death by his grandmother Ruth Ennis Mildred Mooney and his father Ronald Gene Ennis.

Mr. Ennis was a Tradesman and enjoyed life by working many jobs however, he found great joy working at Cherryville area Ministries.He loved spending time outside working on his cars and being with his family and friends.

Mr. Ennis has struggled the last year with many medical issues including a heart attack that left him with anoxic brain injury.
Surviving his wife Theresa Fry Ennis; three daughters, Alica Ann Marie Taylor (Dj Taylor) of Lincolnton, Savanna Lee Teague (Jeffrey Dale Teague )of Stony Point, Rebecca Lewis Ennis (fiance Brian Clemmer) of Denver ; one son, Cody William Ennis ( fiance Stephanie Taylor) of Catawba. One brother Donnie Wayne Ennis(Staci Ennis) of Denver. Also five grandchildren; Jaimee and Alexis Teague, Riley and Johnny Dillingham(Taylor) Zachary Ennis, and three neices Katlynn, Ashley and Erin Ennis. He was loved by many and will be greatly missed.

Calling hours will be conducted Thursday,April 14th 2016 at 6 p.m. at Denver Wesleyan Church in Denver North Carolina with Pastor Johnny Houser officiating. Funeral services and celebration of Mr Ennis life will be Saturday April 16th 2016 at 3 p.m. at Denver Wesleyan church. Cremation service will be conducted by Mike Costigan of Good Samaritan funeral home of Denver North Carolina.

2 Responses to Ronald William Ennis

  1. Chuck & Kathy Fishburn April 14, 2016 at 11:37 am #

    Mary, Theresa & Family,

    We are so saddened to hear the news of Ronnie’s passing. May God’s love and mercy guide and support you all at this difficult time and in the days ahead.

    Always remember the good times as: “When someone you love becomes a memory,
    your memories become a treasure…….”

    In Love & Sympathy,

    Chuck & Kathy

  2. Wendy Mauney April 14, 2016 at 1:27 pm #

    Sam and I are so sorry to hear this about Ron. We are praying for all of your family. May the Lord Jesus bless you with peace.

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