Wil­liam Sher­ron En­nals

Dorchester Star - - Obituaries -

CAM­BRIDGE — Wil­liam Sher­ron En­nals, 69, was called home on Wed­nes­day, Oct. 19, 2016, at Univer­sity of Mary­land Shore Re­gional at Dorch­ester. Wil­liam was born on June 4, 1947 in Cam­bridge, MD. He was the son of the late Ni­cie Ross and Wil­liam James En­nals. Wil­liam was the great nephew of Har­ri­ett Ross Tub­man.

Wil­liam grad­u­ated from Maces Lane High School, Cam­bridge, MD, in 1965. He en­joyed fel­low­ship­ping with his class when he could and at­tended his 50th Class Re­u­nion in Au­gust 2015.

Wil­liam worked for Cold­wa­ter Seafood Com­pany for a while and for C & K Lord Sheet Me­tal and Weld­ing for 50 years.

Dur­ing the early years, Wil­liam at­tended Mt. Olive Bap­tist Church with his fam­ily. As a young adult he at­tended St. Luke U.M. Church un­der the guid­ance of Rev. Har­vey Chase. He also grew in faith at Soul Outreach Chris­tian Cen­ter. These early ex­pe­ri­ences cul­ti­vated his love for mu­sic and singing the songs of Zion. Wil­liam sang with the Gospel Reve­la­tors of Cam­bridge, the Sons of Christ in Sal­is­bury and the Gospel De­liv­er­ers of Cam­bridge. His fi­nal years were spent serv­ing God at True Gospel Taber­na­cle of Praise where Pas­tor Mary En­nals served as his wife and spir­i­tual leader and Rev. Charles Pin­kett as co-pas­tor.

He loved hunt­ing, fish­ing, and play­ing pool and was a diehard Pitts­burgh Steel­ers fan.

He was pre­ceded in death by his Mom, Ni­cie En­nals; Dad, Wil­liam James En­nals; sis­ter, Muriel En­nals; and his mother-in-law, He­len Molock.

Wil­liam is sur­vived by his wife of 42 years, Mary En­nals of Cam­bridge; one son, Wil­liam Ch­ester (Ti­ne­sha); two daugh­ters, Juwana Molock and Cynthia Mitchell; three grand­chil­dren: TaBron, Zion and Towanda (John); and one great grand­child, Cam­ryn; one aunt, Vir­ginia Camper; one un­cle, Elen­zor Camper and a host of nieces, neph­ews, cousins and friends. He also leaves to mourn, his best friend and best man at his wed­ding, Danny Ch­ester; and two spe­cial nieces, Missy Travers and Ke­sha Beasley.

Ser­vices will be held at 1 p.m. Sat­ur­day, Oct. 29, at New Rev­e­la­tions Bap­tist Church, 711 Bradley Ave., Cam­bridge, with a view­ing Fri­day evening 6-8 p.m. at Henry Fu­neral Home, PA, Cam­bridge, and one hour prior to ser­vice on Sat­ur­day at the church. In­ter­ment in Bethel Ceme­tery, Cam­bridge.

Con­do­lences sent to www. henr yfu­ner­al­homepa.com.


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