Victor was born in Toledo, Ohio on June 22, 1981 to the union of Mary and Victor Ennols Sr. He departed this life on Tuesday, October 5, 2021.
Victor graduated from Toledo Christian in 2000. He continued his education at Owens Community College, obtaining an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Biomedical Electronics. As a Biomedical Equipment and Imaging Technician, he had a long career in health care, traveling to various hospitals throughout the region.
From an early age, Victor had a passionate interest in the weather. Referring to himself as a "weather enthusiast," he spent quality time tracking storms worldwide using his Davis Weather Station.
As a very knowledgeable man, you could always count on Victor to talk a little bit about everything, from politics to finances, music to movies, sports to classic vehicles, the conversations with him were endless. Even if he didn't realize it himself, Victor was deeply loved and respected by many. As a dignified man, the combination of his deep voice and quiet confidence commanded the room. Victor's love for his family and friends was abounding. His thoughtfulness, emotional availability, and maturity made him someone easy to talk to.
Although he enjoyed watching different sports in general, Victor was an avid basketball fan. Participating in Toledo Christian's basketball and track teams, as well as just for fun, he had a healthy competitive nature.
His plentiful collection of physical music albums, movies and TV sitcoms showed that he was no stranger to good entertainment.
You would feel safe and relaxed when cruising down the street with Victor. Exhibiting a love for travel, he always yearned for a change of scenery. While it's nice to visit more well-known tourists' spots, Victor had more of an interest in exploring hidden gems.
As a child, he enjoyed the company of his cousins, playing Nintendo, and having fun at his grandmother "Muh's" special yearly Christmas parties.
It was evident that God was in Victor's life through his character and the way he treated others with dignity and respect. He was deeply committed to whatever he set out to do which showed in his daily life.
Victor was preceded in death by his loving grandparents, Oliver and Juanita Ennols, Lieutenant and Bonnie "Muh" Walker, and Willie Copeland Sr. He is survived by his loving parents Victor and Mary, beloved sister, Danielle, fiancé, Jessica Bush, and a host of uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.
The Ennols Family wishes to extend our sincere and deepest appreciation to everyone who has reached out, prayed, and inspired us during this difficult time. Your many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Many blessings to you.
The family will receive guests Friday, October 15, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at Newcomer SW Chapel, 4752 Heatherdowns Blvd., Toledo (419-381-1900). The Funeral Service will begin Friday at 12:00 p.m. in the funeral home.
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