OBITUARY

Joseph Patrick Ehnot

August 4, 1948March 11, 2019

Joseph Patrick Ehnot, age 71 of Arlington, passed away on March 11, 2019 at his home. He was born on August 4, 1948 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the son of Joseph “Pat” Ehnot and Joan Battista Ehnot. Joe married Kathryn J. Hall and they celebrated 45 years together before his passing. Joe and Kathryn are members of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, Arlington. Joe worked for over 40 years in the oil and gas industry, and was a Titan in his field with a set of special skills that cannot be replaced, spending many years working offshore of the Louisiana Coast. Joe was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hunting and fishing, especially with his grandchildren. Joe was a selfless man, always willing to help his family and others. Joe’s smile and sense of humor will be greatly missed. Joe is survived by his wife, Kathryn; daughters Jennifer Ehnot and Sarah Ehnot; grandchildren Torrey Ehnot, Daylen Minor, Jacoby Ehnot, Jordan Ehnot, Levi Kizer, and Kendall Grant; siblings Tom and John Ehnot, Debbie Montefort, and Maryanne Mchale A Rosary will be recited in Joe’s honor at 7pm on Monday, March 18 at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. Funeral Mass will be 12:00 noon Tuesday at the church, with visitation from 11am until the time of mass.

Services

18 March

Rosary

7:00 pm

St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church

5819 W. Pleasant Ridge Rd.
Arlington, Texas 76016

19 March

Visitation

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church

5819 W Pleasant Ridge Rd
Arlington, Texas 76016

19 March

Funeral Mass

12:00 pm

St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church

5819 W. Pleasant Ridge Rd
Arlington, Texas 76016

REMEMBERING

Joseph Patrick Ehnot

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cheryl bell

March 14, 2019

through our walk in life we are blessed with people that we come to know-Joe is one of those people God granted me the precious blessing of knowing. I came to know Joe, love him and admire him for his strength, support, and his love of his family. I have never know a man that was so devoted to his family and such a wonderful influence on his grandchildren . I pray that they will know how very much he loved each and everyone of them and how proud he was of each of them. His greatest joy in life was/is his grandchildren. Every time they have a game I hope they know he is still there with them yelling at each and every play in their support. I miss Joe, I will always miss Joe. He is a one in a million person that God brings into your life and your world becomes a better place because of him. Rest in peace my dear friend, and I pray your family and friend will find peace in knowing you are with our Lord and we will see you again.