Betty Jane Enloe, formerly of Mount Shasta, California, passed away suddenly on December 27, 2016 at her home in Red Bluff, California.

Betty was born on January 17, 1940 in David City, Nebraska to Edward and Velma Hulse.

Edward, trying to find work, moved his family from town to town in search of work finally settling in Prineville, Oregon in the early 1950s.

That is where Betty, a mere teenager in high school, meet the man of her dreams, Raymond Kenneth Enloe. Although a 14 year age difference did not keep them from falling in love and eloping when Betty was not quite 18 years of age, friends forged their marriage certificate.

In 1961 they move to Mount Shasta and had five children together. Betty was a stay at home wife and mother while Raymond was head mill wright at Champion International in McCloud, California.

In 1988 they retired to Red Bluff.

Betty was very active in her church, loved to quilt, garden, knit, crochet, read the Bible, and care for her family.

Betty was preceded in death by her infant son, Kenneth Wayne Enloe; parents, Edward and Velma Hulse; brother, Raymond Hulse; and husband of 35 years, Raymond Enloe.

She is survived by daughters, Deborah Enloe of Ohio (thought previously to be deceased but mistaken identity), Sandra Enloe of Livermore, California, and Brenda Enloe of Redding, California; son, Floyd Enloe of Fremont, California; sister, Mary Morris of Redmond, Oregon; granddaughter, Gabrielle Pender; grandson, Jacob Enloe; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Gone but never forgotten and cherish the memories until we meet again. You are now walking and singing with angels.