|Birth: ||Sep. 27, 1888|
|Death: ||Jul. 27, 1985|
Daughter of John Weitman. Married to Carl Eneroth 4 November 1909, at her home near Thornton, Whitman County, Washington. See Washington State Digital Archives Marriage Return
See Spokane Daily Chronicle, Wednesday June 7, 1933, page 6, Divorce.
The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, WA. Tuesday July 30, 1985
Enerogh [Eneroth] Eva "Grace"
Entered into rest July 27, 1985 in Spokane.
Survived by three sons, Dale Enerogh [Eneroth], Colbert, WA.; Jack Enerogh [Eneroth], Thornton; Frank Enerogh [Eneroth], Spokane; two daughters, Carlene Toney, Spokane; Florence McDonald, Lees Summit, MI [MO]; one brother John Weitman, Thornton; 14 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.
Member Reorganized Latter Day Saints Church.
Funeral service Monday, July 29, 1985 at 3 p.m. at The Reorganized Latter Day Saints, 4004 N. Belt. Elder Gary McDonald officiating, Burial to follow at Riverside Memorial Park. Contributions to The Reorganized Latter Day Saints, 4004 N. Belt. Riplinger Funeral Home, N4305 Division St. in charge.
"The Communique Beacon", publication of the Spokane Valley Branch, RLDS Church, Spokane, WA., Vol 11, #8, page 1
"Death: Eva Grace Eneroth, well known member of the Audubon Terrace Branch to members of Spokane Valley, was born at Canerodo, Kansas on Thursday September 27, 1888; passed from this life at Spokane, Washington on Saturday July 29, 1985 at the age of 96 years and ten months.
Among survivors, children well known in Spokane Valley include Mrs. Carlene Toney of Spokane Audubon Terrace Branch and Mrs. Florence McDonald of Independence, Missouri; Well known grandchildren to Spokane Valley members include Elder Gary McDonald of Independence, Missouri, a former Pastor of Spokane Valley [branch]; and Mrs. Lorie [Laurie] (McDonald) Romig of Austin, Texas.
Funeral services were held at Spokane Audubon Terrace Church on Monday July 29 with Elders Gary McDonald and A.C. (Del) Lawrence officiating. Mrs. Lorie [Laurie] Romig sang three songs: "The Old Old Path"; "Redeemer of Israel" and "Unto God who Knows:, all of our Restoration hymns. Interment was at the Riverside Memorial Park near Spokane."
See obituary for Percy Weitman, Grace's brother.
John Arthur Weitman (1855 - 1919)
Grace "Carlene" Eneroth Toney (1910 - 2000)*
Jack Frederick Eneroth (1912 - 2002)*
Samuel A Weitman (1883 - 1963)*
Eva "Grace" Weitman Eneroth (1888 - 1985)
Percy Todd Weitman (1893 - 1957)*
Ruth E Weitman Durland (1899 - 1979)*
Florence Dorothy Weitman Wagner (1904 - 1975)*
Riverside Memorial Park
Created by: Leslie Mikesell Wood
Record added: Oct 08, 2008
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