Loleta Enoch

Loleta Enoch

Loleta "Eatsie" Enoch, 83, of Lafayette, passed away on May 23 at her residence.

Funeral services were held on May 26 from the Calvary Baptist Church, with Johnny Beaver officiating. Burial followed in the Anderson and Son Memorial Park in Lafayette.

Jim Dooley, John Sneed, Larry Craig, Morris King, Ron Dickman and David Culbert served as honorary pallbearers. Active pallbearers were Zachari Enoch, Chase Enoch, Ryan Enoch, Austin Enoch, Ryder Kalista, Darby Enoch, Michael Payne, Adam Lawson, Laramie Amezquita, Cheyenne Payne and Jessica Enoch Lawson.

The former Loleta Williams was born on Feb. 25, 1935 in Marion, Ky., one of five children born to the late George and Mignon (Lofton) Williams.

Loleta, fondly known as Eatsie, was married for 57 years to the late Barry Wayne Enoch. They married on June 24, 1955, and he preceded her in death on Dec. 25, 2012.

She was known for her good cooking skills, her beautiful handmade quilts and her knowledge of the Bible.

She was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church.

She is survived by: her daughter and her husband, Laura and DeWayne Kalista of Westmoreland; sons and daughters-in-law, Kenneth and Laura Jean Enoch of Redmond, Ore., and Michael and Misty Enoch of Mt. Pleasant, N.C.; grandchildren and spouses, Laramie and Jose Amezquita, Cheyenne and Mike Payne, Zachari and Sarah Enoch, Chase and Sara Enoch, Ryan and Atina Enoch, Jessica and Adam Lawson, Austin Enoch, Ryder Kalista, Darby and Ryan Enoch; sisters, Pat Eissler of Lafayette, Barbara Teer of Robards, Ky., Sandra Overton of Lafayette; and brother, George Williams of St. Charles, Mo.

Arrangements were entrusted to Anderson and Son Funeral Home in Lafayette.