Barbara A. Enck

July 6, 1949November 24, 2018

“Barbara Angellotti Enck, loving sister, aunt, cousin, mother of one daughter and countless animals, has died. She was 69. Barbara was as generous as she was cantankerous. She had an incredible eye for detail and an utterly contagious laugh. Barbara loved watching movies, baking award-winning desserts, decorating for the holidays, and befriending wildlife and neighborhood strays. Jokingly called Dr. Doolittle, she had an uncanny ability to attract every dog, cat, squirrel, skunk, bat, or bear in the area and keep them well-fed.

Born in Oneonta, NY to the late James and Dolly Marino Angellotti, Barbara attended St. Mary's and Oneonta High School. She resided in the Oneonta area all her life, working early on at Wilber Bank and later at Hannaford until her retirement.

She is survived by daughter Jeni C. Enck, ex-husband Gary Enck, sisters Celeste Keto and Christine Colburn, several nieces, nephews, cousins, and three fur babies: Goody, Hannah, and Willie. She was predeceased by sisters Joan Mileski and Patricia Whitaker, as well as Ezra, Amos, Killer, Dexter, Butterball, and Mrs. Kitty.

In lieu of services, and to honor Barbara and ensure the timely adoption of her three beloved cats, memorial donations can be made to the Susquehanna SPCA via PayPal: SQ SPCA 4841 NY-28 Cooperstown, NY 13326


Barbara A. Enck

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David Morell

December 2, 2018

I will miss you my birthday friend. I enjoyed our many years working together and the time we shared.

Ron Valentine

December 1, 2018

I'll never forget you Barb. Lots of fun and very verbal, in a good way. you will be missed by so many.

Bruce Enck

November 30, 2018

To all the family and friends, especially Jeni, we are sad at the news of Aunt Barb's passing. I hold many a fond memory of my younger days and sharing time and laughs with her. Although the years took me far away from home, she always held a special place in my heart and memory. Our thoughts, prayers and condolences to all who were close to her.

Grace Snay - Sinstack

November 30, 2018

No words can express how I feel. I have so many memories of high school, your laugh, that beautiful sense of humor. May you forever rest in peace...until we meet again sweet angel!

Paula Marino

November 30, 2018

We grew up together; went to school together and worked together. What great times we had laughing together. She was my cousin and my friend. I will miss her. Love you Barb.

Carol Warner Burdick

November 29, 2018

I have known & loved Barb since we started high school together. She could always make me laugh, & she had the most beautiful eyes. We shared a study hall together our senior year & had fantastic conversations. I actually enjoyed gym that year because we were in it together. We always connected at our reunions & in later years spoke by phone until I would make my yearly trip home to Oneonta where we always met for breakfast, lunch or dinner (pizza at the Depot.) And then we would laugh until we cried. I will always love her & miss her, & I send my love to her family & those cats she loved so much. I do know that Heaven is a lot more fun now, & that there were many fur babies waiting for her at the bridge.