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Selesha Dawn Enders

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Selesha Dawn Enders 45 of Plainfield, Pennsylvania passed away peacefully with her family by her side February 8th, 2023 after courageously battling pancreatic cancer. She was born on March 1st, 1977, to William E. Beers, Jr. and Ruth C. Beers (Hair) in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. She is preceded in death by her mother.  She leaves behind her father, two beautiful daughters Faith Marie Enders and Ella Nicole Enders, three sisters Mary Wiebner (Troy), Brandi Watlington (Curtis), Trisha Mckenney (Brent), a brother William E. Beers III (Alysia), a step mother Faye Sheaffer, two step brothers Jason and Jeffrey Sheaffer (Amanda), one step sister Tammy Sheaffer, selesha’s fiancé David Gloss, Mark Enders, and 20 nieces and nephews. Selesha attended East Pennsboro Area High school. Selesha loved her family more than anything. Her daughters were her world. She was often known as the favorite aunt. She was outspoken, blunt, and vibrant. She made friends whereever she would go. She loved with her entire being. Selesha loved wrestling and she was an avid supporter of local wrestlers. She will be remembered by her joyous Rambunctious spirit, her loving heart. 

A celebration of life for Selesha will held on Saturday, March 4th, 2023 with more details to follow. 

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Sullivan Funeral Home in honor of Selesha. 

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Enders family.

3 comments on “Selesha Dawn Enders”

  1. To my beautiful strong sister, I think I have told you numerous times over the last year Your the strongest person I know, and I think knowing know what I do, it makes it more evident. Selesha you were a firecracker and you didn’t care if you were not their cup of tea. I will forever miss our conversations and I will forever miss your contagious laugh. I love you so much I know you know that.

  2. Selesha, we may not have always gotten along, but I will miss the time we had together. You we very strong and fought as hard as you could. You will be missed by many people for your spunky spirit and even the drama, LOL. I wish you had more time to spend with your daughters and our family. I know mom was waiting for you as your spirit guide and has taken you with her. Until we meet again, your brother.

  3. To my sister, a wonderful friend, and my kids favorite aunt. Thank you for 20 plus years of love, kindness, and a true friendship. My kids and I are going to miss you dearly.
    God had to pick up one of his strongest soldiers and it was you! You will be missed and remembered. I love you sis and best friends forever and life.

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