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Florence A Ensor

Florence A Ensor

JUNE 14, 1926 – JANUARY 29, 2022


Florence Ann Ensor, 95, of Greencastle, passed away peacefully Saturday Jan 29, 2022 at the Mill Pond Health Campus surrounded by family.

She was born in Greencastle on Flag Day June 14, 1926, to the late John (Jack) and Emma Jane (Gorham) Garl.

Florence married Kenneth Warren Ensor on Dec. 23, 1945, in Greencastle and were married 42 years. He proceeded her in death on March 19, 1988.

She worked various jobs in her early years including the Putnam County Auditor’s office, but she cherished most being a House Mother of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity at DePauw University from 1989 to her retirement in 2003. She absolutely loved her boys at the Phi Delts.

She was a longtime member of the Moose Lodge but her claim to fame was being the Matriarch of 5 generations of family. She was known as Nanny, and she let you know it! Her favorite thing to do was the playing sets and runs and euchre card games.

She is survived by two daughters Sherry (Darrel) Woodall of Greencastle, and Teresa Sears of Greencastle; her grandchildren, Rick Woodall, Jeff (Pamela) Woodall, Wendy (Rob) Singleton, Stacey (Alan) Wyber, Christina (Jimmie) McAnally; her great grandchildren, Sheridan (Ryan) Wilson, Rachel Ames (Jerry Martin), Austin (Cassie) Woodall, McKenzie Woodall, Tyler Singleton, Kirstin Singleton, Alex Wyber; her great-great grandchildren, Gabriella Wilson, Maddilyn Wilson, Carter Ames, Wren Ames, Augustus Woodall, Elizabeth Flo Woodall, Lane Martin, Easton Martin, Evelyn Singleton; several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and siblings; Margaret Paris, Robert Garl, Paul Garl, Mary Garl, John Garl, and Elizabeth Garl.

Graveside services will be held 11:00 a.m. at Forest Hill Cemetery on February 10, 2022. A celebration of life to be held after burial of cremains.

The family would like to thank the Mill Pond family and Dr. Johnson for all the love and care she was blessed with.

Memories will be shared with the family at