Eileen (Entz) Voth 65, of Newton, passed away Sunday 24, 2020. Eileen was born on May 19, 1955 to Edward Entz and Elizabeth (Betty) Entz in Newton and graduated from Newton High School. She married Darrell Voth of Goessel in 1972. Eileen worked at Hesston Corporation for 10 years. She was a devoted Christian and often volunteered her time at several local churches forming numerous friendships. She loved traveling, camping, boating with family, motorcycle rides with friends, playing Bunco with her girlfriends and spending time with her 3 grand kids. She had a caring heart. Always putting others before herself and lived a life full of gratitude and joy. She is survived by husband Darrell Voth; daughter Amanda (Ryan) Weishaar; grandchildren Carson, Everly and Anderson Weishaar; Brother Mike (Susi) Entz and niece Amy. She is preceded in death by her parents Edward Entz, Betty Entz-Tieszen and Brother Bob Entz.
A memorial service is scheduled for Friday June 26, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. at Petersen Funeral Home Chapel followed by a private graveside burial at Greenwood Cemetery for family. Memorials are suggested to Caring Hands Humane Society or New Spring Church Wichita, KS.
We will miss you Dear Friend.
You are at peace now. Will always remember your strength, heart and love.
Dear Amanda, Darrell, and Mike, I’m so sorry to hear about Eileen’s passing. She was such a joy to be around. We went all through school together, starting at South Breeze. I enjoyed playing with her back in those days. I had the privilege of babysitting you, Amanda, when you were little. Betty was married to my husband’s Uncle Chuck. We were connected somehow most of our lives. She was a wonderful, caring, generous person. I know she will be greatly missed. Glenda (Morton-Tieszen) Stafford
Thoughts and prayers with the family!
Remember her Beautiful smile and kind heart! Prayers all of you! How lucky you were to have this special person in your lives! Rest In Peace Sweet Lady! Go with God and the Loved ones in the other side!
Thinking of you during this time and praying. She was such a sweet person.