Enos Carroll Waldroop

Tuesday, August 9, 1949 - Sunday, February 14, 2016

In Loving Memory

Photo of Enos Carroll Waldroop  - 1949-2016

Canton/ Asheville- Enos Carroll Waldroop, age 66, of Asheville and a former resident of Canton, passed away Sunday, February 14, 2016.

Enos was a 1967 graduate of Pisgah High School, attended Haywood Community College and received an associate degree from South Western Community College in Sylva. He was a United States Air Force Veteran serving in Vietnam and received the rank of Sergeant. Mr. Waldroop had been employed with Diebold Inc. as an electronics engineer. He was a NASCAR fan and a pit crew member of Benny Davis Race Team.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Roy Carroll Waldroop and Dorothy Holtzclaw Stevenson; a brother, Michael Waldroop and also a half-sister, Button Stevenson.

He is survived by a half-brother, David Myrick of Ozark, Arkansas.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date.

Crawford / Ray Funeral Home is honored to be caring for the Waldroop family.

Condolences from family and friends

Sorry to hear about Enos, my condolences to the family.
Jimmi Buell
So sorry to hear the passing of Enos. He was the first boy to kiss me when I was 13. He was always smiling,showed respect and loved having fun......
Phyllis Haley Bailey
I lived beside Enos when he lived with his mother and sister Button. He was always so nice and sweet to me. I'm sorry for your loss and my prayers are with you.
Guylene Scruggs Burgess
Growing up, playing baseball, and school, Enos, David and I were friends. My deepest condolences to you David.
Jerry Robertson
I'm so sorry to hear this news. Enos and I were room mates at Charleston Air Force Base, SC back in 1969. I never forgot him and remembered that he came from the Asheville area. After years of living abroad, I've recently moved to the Asheville area. The thought of trying to look up Enos came to mind and I had hoped to meet him this week as I just found his name and address on the internet last week. I am so, so sorry that I missed the chance to meet him again before his death. He was so alive and fun-loving 47 years ago...someone hard to forget.
Douglas May
Love and Prayers to family and friends. Enos was a precious soul. He is missed greatly.
Melanie Jones
I met Enos and David in Charleston, SC while we were in Air Force together. Enos is a person you never forget and always smile when you think of him. He was smart, funny, always smiling, loved having fun and seemed to be excited about everything. We reconnected once or twice after Charleston and it was always a joy. The world is just a little less sunny without him and my heart is heavy knowing we will never meet again on this earth. I have to believe that everyone he met walked away with a smile. He was that kind of person. Condolences to David and all who knew and loved Enos.
Charles Leighton