Mr. Roque Hebron Enciso
January 23, 1938 – January 7, 2020
Roque Hebron Enciso of Goose Creek, 81 passed away Tuesday January 7, 2020. He was born on January 23,1938 to the late Leon and Gregoria Hebron Enciso in Candaleria, Philippines. Roque is survived by his wife of 54 years Francia Kalaw Enciso, 3 children, Donna Enciso Gonda (Steven) , David Kalaw Enciso and Donald Kalaw Enciso; 2 grandchildren, Emory Joseph "E.J."Gonda, Nicklaus Jacob "Jake" Gonda. He is also survived by his sister Carmelita "Etay" Enciso Vencer (Rudy), niece Mary Jane Vencer Lawson, grandniece Ashlee Lawson, nephew Mark Anthony Vencer (Liza), grandniece Vivian Vencer, grandnephew "AJ" Vencer all of California. Sister Susan Enciso Burns (Mike) of Pensacola Florida, sister Mercy Enciso, sister Salva Enciso, brother Roberto (Lyka) Enciso all of the Philippines. He was predeceased by his sister Nenita Enciso Medina and brother Benny Enciso .
Roque was a man of perseverance, provider for his family and loving husband, father and grandfather. He loved his family and friends, enjoying going on cruises, parties with his Masonic brothers and the Fil-Am association of S.C.
Roque joined the U.S. Navy in the Philippines proudly served his country, after serving and retiring after 20 years as a Chief Petty Officer in the Navy, he worked then retired after 20 years in Civil Service, then worked and retired with Homeland Security with the U.S. Passport Office finally retiring after 15 years. After retiring he enjoyed traveling with his family and reading.
Visitation will be on Thursday January 9,2020 from 5 pm to 8 pm at Carolina Memorial Funeral Home. At 6 pm the Masons will have a service then at 7 pm there will be Rosary Prayers. on Friday at 12 noon there will be a graveside service at Carolina Memorial Gardens, 7113 Rivers Ave, North Charleston with Navy Military Honors.
- Visitation at Carolina Memorial Funeral Home Thursday, January 9, 2020
- Masonic Service Thursday, January 9, 2020
- Rosary Service Thursday, January 9, 2020
- Graveside Service at Carolina Memorial Park with Navy Military Honors Friday, January 10, 2020