Sharon Ensor


Sharon A. Ensor, 74 of Bainbridge, passed away Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at Hendricks Regional Health. She was born on October 29, 1943 in Boone County, Indiana to the late Kenneth and Margaret (Collier) App. Sharon graduated from High School then attended beauty school. On January 17, 1964 she married Larry Ensor. Larry passed away July 29, 1985.

Sharon was a member of Bainbridge Christian Church. She enjoyed going to Bible studies, and all church activities, as well as reading, gardening, spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.

She is survived by her children; Jennifer (David) Nelson, Russellville, Indiana, Jamie (Christie) Ensor, Greencastle, eight grandchildren; Colby (Shannon) Ensor, Justin (Brittney) Ensor, Samantha Herrmann, Wesley (Dhanya) Ensor, Michael Herrman, Joey Nelson, Nolan Ensor, Shalyn Nelson, great grandchildren; Wyatt, Branson, Gunnar, Presley, Blaiklee, and baby “E”, siblings, Janet Draper, Nebraska, John App, Mooresville, Joe (Marge) App, Greencastle, Sandy (Fred) Brock, Frankfort, and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by; her parents, her husband, Larry, and three siblings, Bud App, Ed App, and Lana Beck.

Funeral Service will be held 12:00 PM, Monday September 17, 2018 at Bainbridge Christian Church, 402 South Washington Street, Bainbridge, Indiana 46105 with Pastor Berry Tucker officiating. Burial will follow in Bainbridge Cemetery. Friends may visit with the family Monday from 10:00 AM until time of service at the church.

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7 thoughts on “Sharon Ensor

  • Darrel & Sherry Woodall

    Sorry for your loss of your mom. Sherry and I were babysitting with the great grandkids and couldn’t make it to the funeral home. Take care!🙏🏻

  • Marsha Franklin

    Although I did not know her very long, we would chat in church and enjoyed working in the kitchen at VBS together. It seemed we had an instant connection and for that I am so thankful. She was a terrific lady and will be missed by all. My loving condolences go out to her family and many friends. She is with our Lord now and will be watching over all that loved her. May her family find peace in the days to come.

  • David and Tina Blake

    God Knows Best – Poem by Helen Steiner Rice

    Our Father knows what’s best for us,
    So why should we complain
    We always want the sunshine,
    But He knows there must be rain

    We love the sound of laughter
    And the merriment of cheer,
    But our hearts would lose their tenderness
    If we never shed a tear…

    Our Father tests us often
    With suffering and with sorrow,
    He tests us, not to punish us,
    But to help us meet tomorrow…

    For growing trees are strengthened
    When they withstand the storm,
    And the sharp cut of a chisel
    Gives the marble grace and form…

    God never hurts us needlessly,
    And He never wastes our pain
    For every loss He send to us
    Is followed by rich gain…

    And when we count the blessings
    That God has so freely sent,
    We will find no cause for murmuring
    And no time to lament…

    For our Father loves His children,
    And to Him all things are plain,
    So He never sends us pleasure
    When the soul’s deep need is pain…

    So whenever we are troubled,
    And when everything goes wrong,
    It is just God working in us
    To make our spirit strong.

  • David and Tina Blake

    Mother
    noun
    1. Someone who will love you unconditionally, till her last breath.

    Sending up our deepest prayers during this time of your grief.

    Much Love,

    David and Tina Blake

  • Donna DeBoer

    My deepest sympathies to your family. I so enjoyed Sharon and her row of friends at Church. She was so kind and always willing to help at VBS. She will be missed in so many ways!

  • Bob Reed

    My sincere condolences. I am sorry I will not be able to attend and pay my respects, as I will be traveling. My prayers are with the family.

    13 Then I heard a voice from heaven say, “Write this: Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” “Yes,” says the Spirit, “they will rest from their labor, for their deeds will follow them.”