Enouy, Lynda

ENOUY, Lynda

1949 - 2022

In loving memory of Mrs. Lynda Jean Enouy (nee Tait). She was predeceased by her husband Bill and her nephew Joey. She is survived by her son Drew, Sister Sandra Schmidt (Brian), and Brother John Tait. She is also remembered by her niece Megan (Alan), their children Fiona and Alice, plus nephews Gavin, Robert, and Christopher.

She will be remembered as someone with an extremely sharp wit and strong use of sarcasm to make her point known. As her husband, Bill once said she researches and gets to the root of most things. She had an extreme passion for reading. As a young person, she was proud of having skipped a grade in elementary school plus catching a 21lb Northern Pike and winning the rod and gun cup award.  She was proud of her time spent working at K.L.C.V.I and the characters that she met there.  She loved working out at the Kirkland Lake complex, downhill, and cross-country skiing.   

The family would like to thank Liz Robazza, Dr. Jessica Moore, the whole team at the Kirkland Lake Hospital, and the numerous friends who helped get us through.   

An old joke reads.  A husband and wife are driving around in their hometown, where he is the Mayor.  They stop to get some gas, whereupon the wife recognizes the station attendant as a high-school boyfriend.  After they drive off, her husband tells her smugly “See, if you married him, you’d be working at a gas station” The wife replies, “If I’d married him, he’d be the Mayor.” 

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Drew Enouy

Dear Drew,
Your mom was a great person to know! Shared many laughs with her and you dad!
She loved you to the moon and back and was so proud of you and the man you have become!
She left her mark and was loved! May she rest in peace!

Cathy Meagher, February 9, 2022


No doubt this was a tough one to get out there. Please know that Tom and I are here for you.


Erin & Tom, February 9, 2022


Hey my friend I’m totally shocked to hear this sad news ! Good lord how much can a person take ?! Remember we all loved ur parents they were awesome ! You were so special to them ! Thinking bout you It’s difficult but they’re together now !❤️

Georgia, February 9, 2022


So sorry for the loss of your Sister
You are in my thoughts and prayers

Charlane Pursell, February 9, 2022


So sorry to hear of Lynda's passing. My thoughts are with you.

Sam Antila , February 10, 2022

Enouy Family

So sad to hear of Linda's passing. Her sharp wit matched well with Bill. Prayers & best wishes Drew, John and extended family .

Stan Skalecki, February 10, 2022

Drew, John and Sandra.

Gee this hurts my heart to hear this news.

There were a few years between Linda and myself but being Larder girls we always knew our roots and we always took the time to say hi or have a conversation. There was never a time when I didn’t see her and we would always have a laugh or two. The last time I saw her we went out in the freezing winter to have smoke. We really laughed and endured the brisk wind and cold to catch up.

My sad heart is sending you a big hug and my sincere condolences

Susan Sheldon, February 11, 2022


My condolences on your loss. Many fond memories of Lynda and Bill on our Legion 87 road trips. She kept him in line.

David Campbell, February 12, 2022

Drew and family

Deepest sympathy on your loss. Loved her quick wit and fun answers, a nice lady.

Mary c. Kazur, February 12, 2022

Family and friends

Our deepest sympathies and condolences. Lynda and I were fairly new friends, but we made an immediate connection. I loved her wit, honesty and humor. We kept in touch with many, many emails on messenger, sharing day to day stuff and some serious conversations that I will always be thankful for. She will be missed by so many, especially me. RIP my friend.
Karren Webster Klawitter

Karren Webster Klawitter, February 12, 2022

Drew Enouy

My condolences, Drew, on the loss of your mom. I hope the happy memories of both your parents carry you through this difficult time.

Cynthia McLeod, February 12, 2022


My condolences to you and your family.

Raymond Blais, February 13, 2022

Drew, Sandra and John

So sorry to hear of Linda's passing. Extending our sincere condolences and thinking of all of you during this very sad time.

Lynn LaRocque and Esa Lehti, February 14, 2022


Many years of friendship, and memories in our lifetime. I could write a book. Drew so sorry for the loss of your mom. Until we meet again.

JUDY KERR, February 15, 2022

Drew and Family

Lynda would be and WAS so very proud of you...Memories of your Dad and your Mom will be cherished forever...so sorry for your loss...

Judy (Cale) & Rick Gervais, February 16, 2022


So sorry for your loss. Your mom will be missed. We always enjoyed the time we spent with your parents, they will be forever in our hearts and our thoughts. Very proud to have called them our friends. They will live on in you.

Cori and Murdy, February 23, 2022

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