William Paul “Bill” McEntush, 64, of Cheboygan, passed away in his home unexpectedly on Monday, January 28, 2019.
He was a resident of Cheboygan Michigan. Bill was born January 1, 1955 in Wilmington Ohio to his parents, Francis and Mary Alice (Kline) McEntush.
He is survived by his beloved wife,
Paulette E. McEntush, 63, of Batavia, Ohio.
5 sons and 1 daughter.
William (Tracey) McEntush, Richard (Kelly) McEntush, Christopher McEntush, Sondra Brotherton
Whom all reside in Cincinnati, Ohio
Jonathan and Angel McEntush of Cheboygan, Michigan
Danny Marshall of Bradenton, Florida
Sister Barbara McEntush Brothers Richard (Jackie) McEntush of Cheboygan, Michigan and Daniel McEntush of Versailles, Indiana.
Many nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews and friends he held dear to his heart.
Teyah, Cameron, Sydney, Bailey, Jonathan, Noah McEntush, Andrew and Jacob Brotherton who all reside in Cincinnati, Ohio
Alexis, Serenity and Lilian McEntush of Cheboygan, Michigan
Adam and Nicholas Cullifer of Bradenton, Florida, and his feline companion, Keke.
He is reunited with his mother Mary Alice and grandson Alex McEntush who we know welcomed him with loving arms in the presence of our Heavenly Father Lord and Savior.
Bill was a man of God.
Loving husband, father, grandpa, brother, uncle and friend.
He retired to Michigan to enjoy God's country and the beautiful landscaping it has to offer. He enjoyed boating, fishing, yard work, gardening, car shows and playing in the pool league at the Moose Lodge #2314 where he was a member and they were all with the company of his best friend Ricky (E) son Jonathan and sister Barbara. His grandchildren were his beat to his heart, twinkle in his eye and sunshine on a cloudy day. They definitely held the key to his heart. There wasn't anything in this world he wouldn't do for them. Grandpa loves you, loves you, loves you every stinking day 3x on Sunday but that's not today, which he told them every time he saw them. Every chance he got which was once a month since he moved up here he still drove back to Ohio to see the rest of his children and grandchildren. There was no distance that kept them apart. He would go to the end of the earth and back for his family and he proved that time and time again. Bill helped and touched so many people's lives. He will always be loved, truly missed and never forgotten. Your wings were ready but our hearts were not. We will see you on every sunrise and sunset.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 2:30pm, with visitation beginning at 10:30 am, at the Nordman-Christian Funeral Home in Cheboygan. Pastor Mike Konieczny will officiate, burial will be at Maple Grove Cemetery in the spring.
Online condolences may be made at www.stonefuneralhomeinc.com.