1933 – 2003

TURNER – Martha L. Enos, 70, a resident of 497 Plains Road, died early Friday morning at her residence following a lingering illness.

She was born in Lewiston, June 18, 1933, the daughter of Alva and Grace Bassett Pinkham.

She was a homemaker all of her life and was married to Carlton “Johnny” Enos who died in 1990.

She was a wonderful mother, and she helped anyone that needed help. She was very kind and giving. Her joys in life were her family, grandchildren, fishing, basket making, camping, and paddleboat rides. She was always ready to go into the community for a ride that included shopping or going to a fair. She loved Evergreen Valley in Lovell, her time-share, where she enjoyed fishing. She also enjoyed camping at Natanis Point Campground in Coburn Gore.

Survivors include two sons, Carlton E. Enos Jr. and his wife Laurie, and Larry E. Enos and his wife Janet, all of Turner; two daughters, Barbara Bell and her husband Ron of Turner, and Beverly Townsend and her husband Doug of East Dixfield; one brother, Cecil Pinkham of Turner; and one sister, Dawn Pinkham of Livermore Falls. Also surviving are 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Besides her husband, she was predeceased by one daughter, Bonnie Ann Enos; one granddaughter, Jodie Gagne Townsend; and two sisters, Marlene Hersey and Rebecca Day.

The family invites all who knew her to come and celebrate her life during the funeral service at Dillingham and Son Memorial Chapel.

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