Mark Alan Enck, Age 51, unexpectedly entered into rest on September 7, 2016. A Lititz native, Mark graduated from Shelton High School in Shelton Washington prior to moving back to Lancaster County with his parents Pearl L. Enck and the Late David T Enck. He was an avid ice skater and active member of the Lancaster Ice Club. He could often be found volunteering at Moravian Manor assisting the senior residents or simply offering his time and a friendly ear to listen. He was passionate about cooking after having worked for various chefs in the area. Mark regularly attended the Lititz Mennonite Church. He was employed by Weis Markets. Mark is survived by his mother Pearl L. Enck, his sister Christine M Stull, his uncle Robert Hackman, in addition to nieces Nichole Reading and Courtney Reading Binkley. Services will be held at the discretion of the family.
Mark Alan Enck
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When I saw Mark’s name in the Lititz Record, it sparked a childhood memory of when I was a neighbor of the Enck family. Mark was just a baby at that time. Then I discovered that Mark was the man who sat on his porch and to whom we always said hello to on our walks through downtown. We’d see him around town, too, at the library or Weis, where he worked. He was always friendly…I wished that I would’ve made the connection sooner. Mrs. Enck, Christine, and the rest of the family, I am truly sorry for your loss.
I am so very sorry for your loss. Mark was a great guy to stop and talk to and always had a smile and a kind word. I will miss him very much.
Life in Lititz won’t seem the same without him on the porch–We’ll miss him.
Pearl and family members.
I’m sorry about your lost of Mark.
I’m praying for you. I’m praying that GOD will wrap you in his arms around you and your family and keep you close in this time of sorrow.
I am so sorry for your loss. He was way too young to pass away. We will miss seeing him on the porch when we walk by. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Chris, Murphy and Chowder.
Sorry for your loss. He was a good guy.