Ralph Neil Ensey

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Ralph Neil Ensey, 83, of Dill City, Oklahoma passed away on September 6th, 2018 at his home. He was born on January 21, 1935 to Homer and Mary Kolen Ensey in Dill City, Oklahoma. He married the love of his life in 1963. They had seven children, Karen Sue Ensey Segler, Joy Elaine Ensey Celsor, Tammy Koleen Ensey Riley, David Alan Ensey, Linda Irene Stephens Breland, Dian Stephens Johnson and Dannie Ray Stephens. Ralph loved Dill City, many people in western Oklahoma fondly referred to him as “Mr. Dill City.” Ralph loved being a Husband, Daddy, Papa and Friend. He owned and operated Ensey’s Station and Grocery Store along with his wife La- Vern. He loved having his wife at his side. After Ralph retired, he loved to spend time with his family, mow his grass, keep up with friends on Facebook, bake cakes and go for rides in his jeep. Ralph was preceded in death by his parents, wife La- Vern, daughter Linda Breland, granddaughter Michelle Anett and grandson Buddy Segler. Ralph’s survivors include six of his children: Karen Segler and husband Sunny Segler of Dill City, Oklahoma; Joy Celsor and husband Joe Celsor of Sentinel, Oklahoma; Tammy Riley and husband James of Dill City; David Ensey and wife Carla of Duncan, Oklahoma; Dian Johnson of Dill City; and Dannie Stephens and wife Pam, of Lake Arcadia. Ralph is survived by his grandchildren Kaitlin Segler of Dill City; Chelsea Celsor Smith, and husband Brady of Oklahoma City; Denton Celsor, and wife Melissa of Sentinel, Oklahoma; Christopher Riley, and wife Allie of Corsicana, Texas; Lindsay Rhodes, of Dill City; Lauren Williamson, and husband Jonathan of Elk City, Oklahoma; Cody Riley of Dill City; Josh Ensey, and wife Pebbles of Yukon, Oklahoma; Jeni Ensey of Duncan, Oklahoma; De Brown, and wife Carrie of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; Shannon Taylor of Dill City; Mark Bickel of Dill City; Ken Stephens, and wife Kristal of Woodward, Oklahoma; Kevin Stephens of Altus, Oklahoma; Krista Brown, and husband Terry of Kechi, Kansas. Ralph had many great grandchildren. A celebration of his life was held on October 6th at 2:00 pm at the Grace Baptist Church in Dill City, Oklahoma.