Caleb Ens Obituary, Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Caleb Ens Has Sadly Passed Away

Caleb Ens Obituary, Death – Caleb Paul Ens died on Thursday, December 15, 2022, to be with his true love, Jesus. Caleb was born on March 28, 2001 in Mexico City. His parents, Paul and Cindy, hugged him lovingly, and there was considerable excitement as he joined the family. Micah, his brother, was overjoyed to have another guy in the family of girls! Caleb spent a large part of his childhood in Mexico with the Ens family, and he has many fond recollections of his time there. Caleb’s relationship with Jesus began when he was four years old, laying the groundwork for his fervent dedication to Jesus that lasted until his death. Caleb enjoyed worshiping, sharing his faith with others, and inviting others to join him on his Christian path.

Caleb attended Saskatoon Christian School after the Ens family relocated from Mexico. Following graduation, he attended the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, California. As a result of this experience, he was given the opportunity to grow in his beliefs. Caleb returned from California and started working as a carpenter’s apprentice, then as a drywall mudder and taper. He proposed to his high school love, Hannah Ashby, shortly after his return, and they married in July 2022. Hannah and Caleb thoroughly loved entertaining family and friends at their home, and it was a joy for them to embark on their life’s journey together. Caleb’s life was full of great challenges as well as wonderful joys, and he adored those he cared about.

His wife, Hannah; parents, Paul and Cindy Ens; siblings, Kirsten (Corbin) Chau, Micah (Hannah) Ens, Eliisha, Arianne, and Kiana Ens; grandma Carol Ferguson; and Hannah’s parents, Jeff and Carlamae Ashby, Josh Ashby, and Donald Lewis and Ivan Ashby will all mourn his death. Hannah’s grandparents, Linda Lewis and Phyllis Ashby, as well as his grandparents, Jake and Marion Ens, and his grandfather, Richard Ferguson, all died before him. His many aunts, uncles, and cousins will miss and adore him forever.

Friends and family are welcome to attend the PUBLIC CELEBRATION OF CALEB’S LIFE on Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at 1:00 P.M. at the ERINDALE ALLIANCE CHURCH, 310 Perehudoff Crescent, Saskatoon, SK S7N 4H1.