Joe Ense

Died: Wed., Jul. 4, 2018


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Joe “Makoons” Bernard Edward Ense
Nigig Doodem - Otter Clan
Sunrise: December 10, 1985 -
Sunset: July 4, 2018

With his family by his side at Health Sciences North,
The Creator called Joe home on Wednesday
at 32 years.

His pride and joy was his son Avery (Giishkehs) Ense.
Son of Bernard & Sylvia Ense
He will be forever lovingly missed and remembered by his brothers, Nathan Migwans (Wahsie), Jordan Ense, Neil Ense (Kristan), Marshall Migwans, Marlon Migwans and sister Tashina Migwans.
Predeceased by his grandparents
Elizabeth and Edward Ense and Joe and Ellen Migwans.
He will be missed by his uncles and aunts, Molly, Donald, Stewart, Gary, Shirley, Thomas, Wilfred, John, Brenda, Catherine, Clyde, Rhoda, Joey, Fred, Lorraine,
Russell (predeceased) and Leland.
Dear godson of Tom Ense and Lorraine Migwans.
Lovingly remembered by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Joe’s walk on this earth was of a kind and gentle nature. He was a man of his word and would give the shirt off his back to anyone in need.  Joe was a pet lover, a recycler and an athlete.  He loved the game of basketball.  Joe faced his fears. He didn’t care about materialistic material. He cared about how everyone lived and wanted to put a smile on everyone’s face.   Joe always saw the humour in everything and loved to tease.

Family and friends will gather at the
M’Chigeeng Community Complex
Visitation
starting on Wednesday
Funeral Service
3:30 pm Friday July 13, 2018
Burial

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Mark
   Posted Wed July 11, 2018
I am going to miss seeing you around always busy getting something done or helping someone out. Gentle and kind loving warrior you were. I pray for you and the family .....safe travels my brother.

Sandra and Sheldon Cada and family.
   Posted Wed July 11, 2018
Our sincerest condolences to the Ense and Migwans families. Joe was always a good guy. Friendly and polite to everyone. Baamaa pii Joe, good journey.

Luna
   Posted Wed July 11, 2018
My deepest and sincerest condolences to the Ense and Migwans family and community. I will remember Joe as a kind, caring, outgoing and funny gentleman and I am glad to have met him. Putting my semma for sure. Much Respect.

Joan Sparling Migwans
   Posted Wed July 11, 2018
You always had a joke, kind word and smile for everyone. It is no wonder everybody 's dog followed you everywhere! Bamaapi

Johnny Neganiwina
   Posted Wed July 11, 2018
The heavens has gained another star, you are still shining up there just exactly how you did down here my friend. Condolences to all his family and friends. Rest easy Joe.

Winnie Panamick
   Posted Thu July 12, 2018
We miss you Joe and your early morning visits, but we will see you again.
Thanks for all you are and your time here with us.
Baama Pii

ivan fox
   Posted Thu July 12, 2018
Joe was a man whom lived with the 7 Grandfather teachings daily, he loved his pets and cared about the whole community. There is alot that can be said about this wonderful man but we must let you go, you will be forever in our hearts.

Ritchie
   Posted Thu July 12, 2018
miss you homey ... lit one up poured one out.

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