Vawn’s life can be reflected in three songs: Song #1: “When you wish upon a star”. Vawn’s wish was to marry the love of her life and raise a family. Song #2: “Somewhere over the rainbow”. Everywhere she went was always a little better just by her being there. At home, at school (she graduated from Newburgh Free Academy in 1963), or at one of several jobs she held before marrying Clark Ennest on October 8th, 1967. And the third song was “All you need is love” by the Beatles. She had an endless supply of it. She poured it out to her husband and her three sons, Alan, Matthew and Joshua Ennest; her daughter in laws Anita and Misty and her four grandchildren Sophie, Phoenix, Lincoln and Maximus. Family meant everything to Vawn and she loved her siblings Diane Turner and her husband Richard, Alan Tomer and his wife Dagmar and Bonnie Jannoti and her husband Tony. She was also blessed with many nieces, nephews and friends (especially her brothers and sisters in God at Hope Christian Church) and would need reams of paper to list them all! Vawn fought a warrior’s fight against cancer for more than three years and went for a much deserved rest with The Lord on December 27th. She passed peacefully in her sleep with her husband of 55 years at her side.