Janet Alexena Lundy Ena Fagan

October 1, 1922April 26, 2014

Janet Alexena (Ena) Lundy Reid Fagan, 91 years old, passed away peacefully in her sleep, surrounded by her loving family and husband of 70 years. She is with Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Ena was born October 1st, 1922 in Sooke, BC, Canada to Alexzander Reid and Agnes McCracken. Growing up in Seattle,WA, Ena graduated from Franklin High School along with her future husband, Bill Fagan, and attended Seattle Pacific University. On September 9, 1943, Ena married her Billy, the love of her life, in San Antonio, Texas while he attended flight school. Throughout her life, Ena and Bill returned with their children to their roots in the Pacific Northwest. Because of these annual visits, Seattle and Sooke are like second homes to her children. As an Air Force officer’s wife, Ena raised her 5 children during 3 wars and multiple stations throughout the United States. Ena’s was a professional multi media artist, a career that spanned 40 years. She was also an accomplished baker, costume designer, and family event coordinator extraordinaire. Ena’s many artistic awards and accomplishments include the honor of being a signature member of the Southeast Watercolor Society, Florida Watercolor Society, a founding member of an organization that has become the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walto County. Former Director of the Arts and Design Society of Fort Walton Beach, President of the Officers Wives Club from1962-–-65, Art Educator and hard-–-working Honor Guard Wench with Billy Bowlegs in 1985. Ena continued her education throughout her life studying under renowned artists such as, Judy Betts, Edgar Whitney, Paul Sample, and Wilfred Bowen. In addition to her professional accomplishments, Ena was passionate about helping others. She would often reach out to those who needed a little extra care and anonymously deliver handmade and beautifully decorated cookies to their door. She made friends wherever she went and was a beacon of energy, light and optimism for those who knew her. Ena modeled artistic celebration, compassion and creativity for her children. Her legacy will forever live on through their independent creative endeavors, which she nurtured. Ena celebrated all that life offered and created traditions and positive memories for her family, too numerous to list. Ena is survived by her loving husband of 70 years, Col. William M. Fagan USAF(Ret), her children and their respective spouses, Michael (Julie), Ronald, David(Kristie), Paul (MaryJean) and Janet Fagan, her grandchildren Sean, Ian, Kristopher, Mary (Joe), Matthew (Laura), William, and Joshua, and her great grandchild, Reid. Services honoring and celebrating Ena’s life will be held at the First Presbyterian Church in Pensacola, Wednesday April 29th at 10AM,followed by a graveside ceremony at Barrancas Cemetery. Awake will follow Wednesday evening at Azaela Trace in Pensacola from 5 – 7PM. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Arts and Design Society or PAWS, both in Fort Walton Beach, or the Salvation Army. BAYVIEW FISHER-POU CHAPEL, 3351 Scenic Highway is entrusted with arrangements. Condolences may be offered at


  • Visitation Tuesday, April 29, 2014
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, April 30, 2014

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Craig Fowler

June 16, 2014

Dear Col. Fagan, Paul, David and Janet: I have special memories of Mrs. Fagan and the Fagan family,especially time spent on the beach and the support of our Boy Scout troop while growing up in Ft. Walton Beach. Condolences and sympathies to you from our entire family.

Robert Tomlinson

June 14, 2014

Dear Col. Fagan, Paul, David and Janet - I certainly remember Mrs. Fagan and the rest of the Fagan family fondly from my days in Fort Walton Beach. Please accept my condolences, as well as those of my wife Denise and my mother Lourene (Joey).

Robert Tomlinson

Marcy Eady

May 18, 2014

Jane Sumrall

May 6, 2014

Janet, Cynthia and I remember the kindness of
Your mother during the years tha you and
Cynthia were in love with your horses and traveling to horse shows.
Jane Sumrall

Louise Gilpin

May 3, 2014

Bill and family, I was sorry to hear of Ena's passing. Enjoyed seeing Ena and Bill at ADSO and the Christmas parties were great. I miss the day's when we see each other at ASDO. She was a great lady and well loved. Bless all of the family and much love to Bill.

May 1, 2014

David and family, I am so sorry to hear about Mrs. Fagan's passing. I remember the art part of her life and how expressive and passionate she was about it. I will be thinking of and praying for all of you. Heartfelt condolences, Diane Dickman Warfield

April 30, 2014

I am very sad to hear of Ena's passing. She was a very fine person and it was a privilege to know her. I will keep her and your family in my prayers.