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August 16, 2018

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September 25, 2017
Dear Sally, Susan, Cheryl and Dale,
I am so sorry that I was away and when I returned learned the sad news of George's passing and want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
George was always special to me I guess because he was so much like Harry in looks and heart.
Harry once told me the reason that he joined the Marines was because of his big brother and how proud he was of him.
Some people come into our life and are quickly gone.
Some people come into our life leave foot prints on our heart and we are never ever the same.
I am sure that George has left many foot prints on many hearts including mine and we will never ever be the same.
love and Peace,
Helana
September 24, 2017
Dear Enos Familly -
I remember George and his brothers from when they lived in Medford onTerrace Road, not too far from what we mostly attended, The Wait School on Powderhouse Road. George was in my brother (Fr. Larry Drennan's) class in high school. I was younger than both these then boys and used to see George on his way and coming home from Medford High when he passed our home. He was a nice boy as were his brothers. All the Drennans are now passed away, but we keep fond memories of those we knew when we were 'kids.'
With deepest sympathies and prayerful blessings for all in the Enos family.
Ann (Drennan) Forsyth, Germantown, TN (former resident of Medford, MA)
September 17, 2017
I grew up on Elm and Fulton streets in Fulton Heights Medford and remember the Enos family in particular, George. I enlisted in the Army in 1950 and knew George enlisted in the Marines. We both served during the Korean War. God Bless him and sympathy to the family.
September 17, 2017
Dale and family., my sincerest condolences and love in this time of your dads passing. He was a wonderful man. So kind and hospitable. I am thinking g of you all in your time of grief and sending positive thoughts.