At your service by appointment:
Plant a tree in memory of Allan
An environmentally friendly option
Dave and Jeanne Unrau posted a condolence
Thursday, May 6, 2021
Dear Charlene and family, We were so shocked and heartbroken to hear of Ross's passing! We have known Ross, his mom Eleanor and his late dad Peter, and his two brothers Gray and Bruce, since 1974 when we built our house on Rebeck Rd, a few doors down from his family. As a young boy, he babysat our three children for us many times, and we were always pleased with the excellent job he always did! He was a very caring and conscientious babysitter! Our entire family sends their condolences. May treasured and fond memories comfort and sustain all of you during this sorrowful time. With deepest sympathy and heart to heart hugs and lots of love, Dave and Jeanne Unrau and family.
Debby Kusche posted a condolence
Sunday, May 2, 2021
Our deepest sorrow for your loss. Deep condolences to the family. Please, Eleanor, call me. Love Debby.
Glenn Chorney uploaded photo(s)
Saturday, May 1, 2021
Charlene and family, we are so sorry to hear of the passing of Ross. Patty and I have so many memories of you guys when Ross worked for us at Chorney Tire & Auto. He was a valuable employee who helped us run a successful business. Some of my fondest memories were when the guys convinced me that we should have a race car and race at Winnipeg speedway. Of course Ross threw his name in right away to be the driver, and he turned out to be a pretty good one at that. We also had many a good time playing guitar together at our staff Christmas and staff get togethers. I still remember the time that I hired a band (Guns for Hire) for our staff Christmas party as a surprise. Ross and I played our guitars in front of the stage and the band was up on the stage behind a curtain (nobody knew about the band except Patty, Ross, and I). We started playing ""Dust on the Bottle " by David Lee Murphy. We played about 1/2 a verse and I'm sure our associates were thinking OMG we have to listen to these guys all night. When all of a sudden the curtain opened and the band joined in and made us sound great...LOL! It was a wonderful evening and memory I will never forget. Even though we didn't see you and Ross as much after Patty and I sold the business, I still ran into him every once in a while, especially at Home Depot on Leila when he worked for Stanley. We always had a nice catch up. I do regret not getting a chance to see him play with his band. He was so good and just loved to play and sing. Words can never really express your loss; however, I hope these pictures bring you some joy of fond memories, as it does for us. Our deepest condolences Patty and Glenn Chorney and Family
The family of Allan "Ross" Enns uploaded a photo
Tuesday, April 27, 2021