Maxine Marie Dougal Enz died on May 12, 2016, after a full life of 99 years. Born April 8, 1917 in Scott, Ohio, she married Norman Enz in 1937 and they lived the war years in Buffalo, New York, moving to Worthington after the war. They moved to Riverlea in 1960. Following Norman's death in 1996, Maxine moved to Friendship Village Columbus in July 2010. She is survived by daughter Carmen Enz of Sacramento, CA and son Stephen Enz of Westerville. Also surviving are grandchildren Monica Miles (John), Michael Enz, Melissa Blades (Robert Albert), and Michael Blades (Kim) as well as great grandchildren Matthew and Samantha Miles and Jordan and Jansen Blades. Maxine was a founding member of the Worthington Presbyterian Activity Club, Worthington Women's Club, Past President of Woodrow Guild as well as Scout Master for Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts. Sports were a part of her life particularly the 9-hole league at York Golf Club. Arrangements will be through Schoedinger's Worthington Chapel. Calling hours will be Wednesday, May 18 from 2-4 and 6-8pm with services at 1pm Thursday, May 19. Rev. Richard Ellsworth presiding. Visit www.schoedinger.com to send online condolences to the family.
Maxine Marie Enz (née Dougal), 1917-2016
her remains can be found at Walnut Grove Cemetery in lot 373 - section D - space #2 East (view map) .
Arrangements were made by Schoedinger Funeral Service (Worthington Chapel). The burial took place on Thursday, May 19, 2016.
Contact Walnut Grove and Flint Cemeteries for more information.