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Obituary: Carl P. Enyeart

Carl P. Enyeart, Jr.

Sept. 14, 1924

to Sept. 1, 2016

Carl Park “Bud” Enyeart passed away on Sept. 1, 2016. He was born on Sept. 14, 1924 on a ranch at the foot of the Gore range, down the Blue River, to Carl Park and Luna (Tate) Enyeart. He married Martha Loomis in 1947, and they lived for many years in a home he built in Breckenridge.

Carl had many roles in his well-lived life. He was a hard rock miner, a corporal in the army air corps during the Second World War, instrumental in numerous Summit County community projects like the creation of the Swan Mountain and Ute Pass roads, and also helped with town planned unit developments. He was a county commissioner for 24 years, town manager, and spent 70 years as a Mason in Breckenridge Lodge #47, where he became a Master Mason and Master of the Lodge. He and Martha moved to Loveland, Colorado, in 2004.

He is survived by his wife, Martha, children Deborah Enyeart, Matthew Enyeart, and Christie Hunter, grandchildren Amanda Enyeart, Sonya Unrein, Gabriella Enyeart, and Jakob Enyeart, and great-granddaughters Jessica and Sabrina Unrein.

Carl loved dogs, his family and could recite Robert Service poetry when the mood struck. He will be greatly missed.

Cremation has been conducted. A memorial service will be held at a later date.


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