Gareld “Jerry” Warren Enyeart
19 October 1940 – 6 April 2022
Gareld “Jerry” Warren Enyeart, aged 81 years, of Lee’s Summit, Missouri passed away on Tuesday, April 6, 2022 at Centerpoint Medical Center, Independence, Missouri. He was a 1959 graduate of Isaac C. Elston High School in Michigan City, Indiana.
Jerry was a devoted husband to his wife Joyce Diercks Enyeart for 59 years, a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather.
He was a self-employed businessman having several companies that focused on lubrication and lubrication analysis. In the nineties he was a pioneer in preventive and predictive maintenance loving to train people on the proper application of these programs and proper lubrication.
He was very involved in the Ministry of Helps in church, helping pastors develop and train members in this very supportive ministry. He even authored a training and development program.
Jerry was also an avid fly fisherman, fly tyer, hunter, and outdoorsman. He loved sharing his knowledge, teaching casting, and telling stories of his hunting and mountain days with the Skinner Brothers in Wyoming. He loved standing in or floating down a trout stream.
Preceded in death by father Gerald Enyeart and mother Beryl (Eis) Enyeart of Michigan City, Indiana. Brothers-in-law Colonel Charles J. Stedron and Don Kaump, and sister-in-law Sue Enyeart.
Survived by loving wife Joyce D. Enyeart, his son Jerry Enyeart, Jr. and wife Sue, daughter Catherine Carlberg and husband Curt; grandchildren Jade (Enyeart) Meyer and husband Matthew, Alia (Carlberg) Isringhausen and husband Alex, Erica Carlberg and Quinton Carlberg; and great-grandchildren Jaxon Meyer and Elias Isringhausen. Also survived by sisters Natalie Hellenga and husband Ted, Marsha Stedron, Linda Kaump, and Captain Charles “Charlie” Enyeart, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A Celebration of Life service will be held at Cornerstone Church (301 SE AA Hwy, Blue Springs, Missouri), April 19th, 2022 starting at 4:00 PM, visitation will begin at 3:00 PM.
In lieu of flowers, please send memorials to Resource Health, 1260 NE Windsor Drive, Lee’s Summit, MO 64086 or online at – www.resourcehealthpartners.org , ‘Donate’, ‘Tribute Giving.’
Blue Springs, MO 64014
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Cathy and Curt,
It is very hard to lose a parent. Many prayers for you both and your kids as you grieve. It is something you never quite get over; you just learn to live with but it takes time. May our God give you His mercy and peace in the difficult days ahead.
I grew up between my older brother Jerry and my younger brother Charlie. They were my protectors, my idols and best friends.
I have lots of memories of Jerry over the past 79 years…..some good and some not so good 😊 but will be hanging on to those memories until I see him again.
I love you Jerry, and know you are in a good place.
I’m so saddened to hear of Jerry’s passing. My condolences to all of the family, especially Joyce and my cousins Natalie, Marcia, Linda and Charlie. Jerry is in the Easter of his life. My mother and father John and Angie Eis both died in the month of April. Easter blessings on you all and may you feel Gods presence supporting you.
Joyce and family,
My deepest sympathy to you, Jerry was such a sweet person.
I’m so sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. Just know I’m praying that God with strengthen and comfort you and your family. Ande’ sends his condolence to you as well.
We’re sending love and hugs your way.
Michelle and Andre Hill
Thank you for letting me know I always treasured Jerry’s friendship as we had some great times together going back to Pinedale in the late 60s. And visiting him in Kansas City where I was raised in Independence he took me back to my old boyhood places and actually photographed the homes I lived in across the street from Harry Truman. We shared a particular fondness for the Kansas City area where my father’s family was from my uncle was big-time car dealer Dennis Chevrolet which eventually became Allan motors. My father also flew for the Kansas City athletics when I was a boy which gave me great access to baseball and hitting lessons from Roger Maris and Bob Cerf. Jerry and his family were great customers of our store in Jackson Wyoming and arranged many speaking engagements in the Kansas City area for me I will be internally indebted to his spirit. Thank you for letting me know. I will Jerry with deep affection.
I remember so many wonderful times with Jerry, Joyce and your family. I am forever grateful to have known and been a part of all of you these many years. One of many fond memories is Jerry and Joyce taking us, the Cook’s and Carlberg’s to church in St Joseph MO many times and Jerry always making sure we went to dinner or even having some sort of snack on the way or back. Such great times! I’m looking forward to seeing him again! He will definitely be missed here on earth.
I remember and was always impressed by this man. Took classes from him for Hydrotex in Louisville. Could never find him on here. Condolences to his family. Lewis Taber