Kenneth Wayne Enloe

Born on December 14, 1950 in Coffeyville, Kansas
Departed on July 23, 2021 in West Melbourne, Florida

Kenneth Wayne Enloe
Born December 14, 1950 in Coffeyville, Kansas
Departed on July 23, 2021 in West Melbourne, Florida

Kenneth Wayne (Ken) Enloe, 70, died on July 23, 2021 in his home in West Melbourne, Florida.

Ken was born to Delbert Wayne Enloe and Jennie Kathryn McClure on December 14, 1950 in Coffeyville, Kansas. He married Phung Enloe of Vietnam. Ken served honorably in the United States Air Force providing life support and survival training. During his career, he served in the Gulf War performing tours in Saudi Arabia. Throughout his career, he and his family lived in several locations including Guam, California, England, Michigan, Japan, and Oklahoma before retiring and moving to West Melbourne, Florida in 1998.

In his younger years, he traveled extensively and enjoyed cruising on his motorcycle. Later in life, he enjoyed wood carving, open air painting, guitar playing, and singing. He especially loved music, and would sing late into the night strumming his electric guitar. Ken was an avid reader, always discussing his latest book or science article. He had an especially interesting sense of humor that kept everyone laughing. He was a loving husband and father.

He is survived by his wife Phung, daughters Samantha and Sareena, dog Snowflake, brothers Roy and Dennis, sisters Debbie and Beverly.

A private celebration of life will be held by his immediate family to remember Ken.

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Doris vitale from Columbus wrote on January 4, 2024:
I met ken shortly after he moved to Michigan. He was a kind soul. And a good teacher. I've often thought of him over the yrs. I was glad to read that he found happiness with family. And proud that he was my friend. RIP my friend Ken☺️
Brenda S Benevente from Rockledge wrote on August 7, 2021:
Dear Sam, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Your dad sounded like a wonderful person. He seemed to have a very interesting life according to the beautifully written obituary. I'm sure you gave many good memories you will cherish always. Love Always, Brenda B.
Tim Renyo from Millville wrote on August 5, 2021:
My thoughts and prayers are with the Enloe Family during time of need. May God help you find peace during this time.
Mark Mirowsky from Palm Bay wrote on July 28, 2021:
Phung- So sorry to hear about the passing of your husband. You are in our thoughts and prayers. -ASM Mark M.
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