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Frederick "Dwayne" Ennett

July 3, 1940 July 27, 2020
Frederick "Dwayne" Ennett
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Obituary for Frederick "Dwayne" Ennett

Frederick “DWAYNE” Ennett
Whitmore Lake, MI

After a long fight to come home our proud Marine lost his battle from pulmonary complications on July 27, 2020 with family by his side. Born July 3, 1940 in Iron River, MI the son of Fred and Germaine (Verville) Ennett, raised in Willow Run and Milan, MI. He was a devoted Christian and attended the Dexter United Methodist Church for several years. In December 1988 he married the love of his life Jeannette who survives him. Also surviving are sister Clarene Johnson, children Mark Ennett, Sheryl (Ron) Stacy, James (Terri) Ennett, step-daughter Kristin Roberts, grandchildren Traci Ennett, Justin Ennett, step-grandson Travis (Beth) Hone and brother-in-law Gary (Barbara) Hallman. He is also survived by 2 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, sisters Yvonne, Betty Lou Miller, half-brother Dean Carlson, brothers-in-law Ralph (Joan) Haussmann, and Frederick (Susan) Hallmann and sister in-law Loretta Hallman Parker. Dwayne served in the Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton, CA and Viet Nam from 1957 to 1960. He was one of the original members of the Milan Road Angels Motorcycle Club which started in the early 1960s. While living in Pinckney, MI in the 1970s he joined the Hamburg Twp Volunteer Fire Dept. and served for 9 years. Dwayne worked in the moving industry primarily as a truck driver or dispatcher for several moving companies including Godfrey Moving & Storage and Corrigan Moving Systems. The latter part of his life he hauled freight for Gallant Transport. He was a hard worker until the end. The last few years of his life he thoroughly enjoyed working for L-N-J Landscaping as a crew member in tree and snow removal. Dwayne enjoyed wood carving (ducks, songbirds and whimsical houses), duck hunting and camping. He also took pride in customizing his 1951 Ford in which he won several trophies for at car shows. He loved his family and enjoyed spending time with them when he could. He was always eager to help his kids when they asked. (Jeannette is still waiting for her bathroom shelves.) Dwayne will be dearly missed by his family and friends and we express our sincere gratitude to those that texted or visited him these last 3 months while he was in the hospital. Per his wishes no service will be held. His cremains will be spread at his favorite vacation spot, the Outer Banks, NC.

Memorial Contribution

Wounded Warrior

P.O. Box 78517
Topeka, KS 66675

American Diabetes Association

P.O. Box 15829
Arlington, VA 22215

American Heart Association

3816 Paysphere Circle
Chicago, IL 60674

Disabled American Veterans

PO Box 14301
Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301

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