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Edmond P. Ennis

November 16, 1924 March 28, 2014
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COLUMBIA – Edmond P. “Eddie” Ennis, 89, of Edgarton Road, died on Friday evening at Windham Hospital.

    On Nov. 16, 1924 he was born in Danielson, Connecticut, the son of the late Peter and Pauline Ennis. Eddie grew up in Danielson and was a veteran of World War II, having honorably served with the United States Army Air Force.  After his discharge he returned to Connecticut and began working at Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford, retiring as an x-ray technician.

    Eddie had many different hobbies and interests. He loved planting and tending to his garden each year and he was an avid dancer, but what he enjoyed most was playing bingo. He could be found almost any day of the week playing at local venues or at Foxwoods, with who he affectionately referred to as his “Bingo Friends”.

    He was a loving father and grandfather and was looking forward to the birth of his first great grandson Camden, who is due in a couple of weeks, and would no doubt have a special nick name for him as he did for all of his grandchildren and children. He was a very special person who had a gift for making people smile, mostly with one of his witty remarks. He will be sadly missed and forever loved.

    He is survived by his son Barry Ennis and wife Lori; three daughters, Sharri Ennis, Dawn Ennis and Tammy Ennis; six grandchildren, Jason Koch, Briana Hesselbein, Kristine and Katie Desautels and Jonathan and Daniel Ennis; and one brother, Eugene Ennis. He was predeceased by his brother, John Ennis.

    The Bacon Funeral Home is in charge of private arrangements.
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