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Holly Enichen

Holly (Hunt) Enichen, 74, left this world April 5, 2021, following an 8-year courageous battle with cancer. Holly was the beloved Matriarch of her extended family who set the high bar with her radiant example. All who entered her orbit felt, and returned, her love. Holly taught us to live with integrity, have enthusiastic fun, be humble, generous, and welcome new adventures, always mixed in with significant humor and rebel streak. An exemplary artist, she mastered many different mediums. Holly was an informed voracious reader, gourmet chef, and willing teacher of her many skills. Holly loved hosting extended family and friends at her Delavan Lake, WI vacation home. Holly generously gifted many special handmade masterpieces to family, friends, and acquaintances. Her bright light and zest for life will be remembered by all who knew Holly.

Holly was born in Rockford, IL and has been a 41-year resident of Lower Makefield, PA. Holly is survived by her husband of 52 years, Robert, Daughters Sarah Enichen, Amanda (Dan) Gneiding, and grandchildren Charley, Heidi, and Gus Gneiding, and her siblings Mark (Susan) Hunt of Sturgeon Bay, WI and Gretchen (Scott) Schwalbach of Rockford, IL, plus a gaggle of in-laws, cousins, nieces and nephews, and dear friends.

Service will be private for immediate family. Family and friends are invited to sign the guest book at In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be sent to Holly Enichen Memorial Fund, St Jude Children’s Hospital, 501 St Jude Place, Memphis TN 38105. (



Holly Enichen

Date of death

5th April 2021


Yardley PA


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