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Enid E. Breen

May 6, 1918 - Unknown

Obituary


Enid E. Breen, born May 6, 1918, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away in Orlando, Florida on October 2, 2016. She was preceded by her husband, Col. William H. Breen, Jr., and her grandson, Staff Sgt. Andrew Breen. She is survived by her brother, Rodney Eddleman, her daughter, Diana Smith (Robert), her son, William H. Breen, III (Ilah), her grandchildren Katherine Esarey (Keith), Deborah Breaux (Jason), and Cassandra Washington, and her eleven great-grandchildren. Feisty, strong, and remarkably independent well into her nineties, she led an active and adventurous life, traveling the world with...

Enid E. Breen, born May 6, 1918, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away in Orlando, Florida on October 2, 2016. She was preceded by her husband, Col. William H. Breen, Jr., and her grandson, Staff Sgt. Andrew Breen. She is survived by her brother, Rodney Eddleman, her daughter, Diana Smith (Robert), her son, William H. Breen, III (Ilah), her grandchildren Katherine Esarey (Keith), Deborah Breaux (Jason), and Cassandra Washington, and her eleven great-grandchildren. Feisty, strong, and remarkably independent well into her nineties, she led an active and adventurous life, traveling the world with her husband and family. Enid was an avid golfer, well-known in amateur circles, being one of the top 10 golfers in Arizona in 1997, holding the women’s Golf Ass. Club Championship at Ft. Hauchuca for 22 years and managing three hole-in-ones. She lived nearly 30 years in the mountains of southern Arizona before coming to live with her daughter and son-in-law in Florida. She will always be remembered and greatly missed