VIRGINIA “SUE” DRUMMOND ENYEART died January 12, 2016. She was born on August 12, 1924 in Hannibal, Missouri and grew up in Elkhart, Indiana.
During her 57 years of marriage, her and her husband Norman Enyeart did a lot of traveling. They met their goal of seeing all 50 states and U.S. Providences, and several other places along the way. They lived in LaFontaine, Indiana where Sue had worked as the town clerk, in Brunts Men’s Clothing Store in Marion. In Okeechobee, Florida she worked in a hardware store and was a Foster Grandparent in the school classrooms helping teachers in K and 1st grade. She was a member and President of the Home Economics Club, was a Girl Scout Leader, and designed and performed in the Marion Easter Pageant. Sue enjoyed sewing, making crafts, and was a talented artist. She also enjoyed playing games, reading, and keeping active. She was a loving wife and mother and loved talking care of her family. She was also active in the Methodist Church in LaFontaine and later attended other churches in Okeechobee, FL where they lived during the winters. After her husband death she moved to Okeechobee, Florida. She was an active member of the Moose Lodge, AMVETS, and Eagles Clubs.
Sue is survived by her daughter Ginny Bilby; grandchildren Gina (Dave) Dumas, Doug (Jonele) Bilby, David (Becky) Teter; great-grandchildren Lydia (Dan) Sparling, Crystal Campbell, Morgan, and Erin Callahan, Justin and Riley Bilby, Raymond and D.J. Campbell; great-great-grandsons, Isaac Sparling, Rylin Jackson; and brother-in-law Stan Freet.
Sue is preceded in by her husband Norman, and daughter Brenda Teter.
Private Family Services, D.O. McComb and Sons Foster Park Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
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