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Ann Bettis Enloe – December 31, 2017

Ann Bettis Enloe, age 86, of San Angelo, Texas, died on December 31, 2017 after a lengthy illness.
A graveside service will be held for Ann at Greenwood Cemetery in Fort Worth, Texas at 11:00 AM on Saturday, January 6th.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.
She was born on March 21, 1931 in Knox City, Texas to Harry Moody Bettis and Elizabeth Dabney Bettis.  She grew up in Olney, Texas with her two brothers Harry and Zack.  While attending Texas Christian University she met George Enloe of Fort Worth.  They married on September 2, 1950 and resided in Alpine, Texas and Fort Davis, Texas before eventually moving to the Texas Panhandle in the late 1960’s.
Ann and George were in the cattle business.  They had one son, George.  Ann loved to play bridge with her many friends.  She also took great care of her husband and son and kept a beautiful home and yard while living in the Davis Mountains and the Texas Panhandle.  Ann especially loved to give sage advice to younger friends and relatives and did not often mince words.  She was gracious and was loved by many.
The last few months Ann lived in Amarillo near her son and daughter in law, Phyllis and George Enloe whom she is survived by.  She is also survived by three granddaughters, Jillian Dougherty of Raymore, Missouri, Madison Enloe of Austin, Texas and Taylor Khoury of Denver, Colorado.  Ann was preceded in death by her husband, George in 1984, her parents and brothers Harry and Zack Bettis.  She is also survived by great grand children and many wonderful cousins, nieces and nephews.
Ann was a generous giver and her two favorite charities were The Methodist Children’s Home in Waco and Amarillo Children’s Home.  The family would like to thank Lisa Knaff and the other wonderful care givers of Abundantly Blessed Home in Amarillo and the Kindred Hospice staff.
 

3 Comments

  • Viola Flores Posted January 3, 2018 12:12 am

    George I’m Viola Flores , I worked with your mom when she moved to San Angelo. Your mom was not just a lady I worked for but my friend. Ann was a great person with a huge heart. May she Rest In Peace .

  • Barbara Cluck & Family Posted January 4, 2018 12:33 pm

    Always cherished my friendship with Ann and enjoyed my recent visits with her. She is now at rest and is no longer suffering. My condolences to her family. Barbara Cluck

  • Jim Canada Posted January 4, 2018 12:56 pm

    Ann was one of the most gracious women I ever met.
    She generated warmth, no matter what circles she moved about in.

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