Jeanne Adeline Barton Wiegert Eninger  October 22 1927  June 15 2019 (age 91)

Jeanne Adeline Barton Wiegert Eninger October 22 1927 June 15 2019 (age 91)

October 22 1927 June 15 2019 (age 91)
Jeanne Adeline Barton Wiegert Eninger daughter of Bronson F. and Belle C. Barton was born Oct 22, 1927 in Sioux City, Iowa. Jeanne passed into the arms of Jesus June 15, 2019. At the age of two, the family moved to Woodburn, KY for 7 years returning to Sioux City in 1936. Jeanne graduated from East High School in 1945. In 1946, Jeanne married her high school sweetheart Dean Wiegert and they moved to Spencer, Iowa. In 1962 they moved to San Bernardino, California . They had 3 children; Charles, Timothy and Rebecca. Jeanne was very active in Faith Bible Church serving as a Sunday School Teacher, Deaconess and Co-Editor of the church newsletter and wedding coordinator. Jeanne’s love for senior citizens led her to a ministry to 19 of them in San Bernardino. She visited them regularly and hosted a party for them each Spring and Fall. In 1990 her love of Iowa brought she and Dean back to Spencer. After moving back to Spencer she had 9 Seniors to love and visit. Dean passed away April 7, 1995. On Aug 10, 1999 Jeanne married Harold Eninger. They lived on his farm southwest of Spencer, later moving to town. Preceded in death by Bronson & Belle Barton (Parents), Dean M.Wiegert (Husband), Bill Barton (Brother). Left to cherish her memory is husband Harold Eninger, Chuck Wiegert (Son), Timothy D. Wiegert (Son), Rebecca Mullins (Daughter), Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren and a host of dear friends.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Jeanne Adeline Barton Wiegert Eninger October 22 1927 June 15 2019 (age 91).

McMillan Mortuary

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death notice Jeanne Adeline Barton Wiegert Eninger October 22 1927 June 15 2019 (age 91)

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