SPRINGFIELD- Thomas A. Enos, 55, of Page Blvd. in Springfield passed away unexpectedly at his home on Wednesday morning, June 12, 2019. Tom was born in Springfield on August 28, 1963 in Springfield, a son of the late Thomas Enos and Eleanor (Gebo) Sulser. He was raised and educated in Springfield, attended local schools and graduated from Putnam Vocational High School. Tom enlisted in the US Navy serving with the Tactical Warfare SQ. #33 in Key West, Florida. While residing in Florida, Tom and Loretta welcomed their first child into the world, Thomas J. Enos, who was also the first grandchild on his fathers side of the family. After Tom was discharged, the family moved back to Massachusetts. He worked for Hamilton Standard in Connecticut for 9 years before changing vocations and starting his Carpentry career. He worked for David Johnson Construction and later Hampden Framing Contractors. He worked in both residential and commercial construction throughout the valley on many projects, specializing in roofing and framing. Tom married his high school sweetheart, Loretta Swenor, on March 5, 1982 in Florida and they returned to Springfield to raise their family. Tom enjoyed being a father and especially a grandfather. His grandchildren were at his house almost every weekend, whether sleepovers or cookouts or just having “Papa” time. An athlete in his youth, Tom enjoyed softball, playing well into his 40’s, he especially loved left field. He was a diehard New England fan, rooting for all four teams, Patriots, Sox, Bruins and the Celtic’s. Tom leaves his beloved wife of 37 years, Loretta (Swenor) Enos. His children; Thomas J. Enos of West Springfield, Angela Enos and her husband Christian Dudley of Chicopee and Sandra Enos-Quinones and her husband Axel Quinones of Springfield. His beloved grandchildren; Aysha, Grace, Makenzie, Axel, Christian, Elijah, Madisyn, Sofia, Dylan, Ivar, Blake and Olivier. He leaves his siblings; Theodore Enos of CT., Deborah Enos of Palmer, Nancy Enos of Chicopee and Laura Lasorsa of Agawam. The family invites you to join them for calling hours on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 from 11:00 to 1:00 p.m. at Ratell Funeral Home, 200 Main St., Indian Orchard. Burial services with full military honors will be held at 2:00 p.m. at the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 1390 Main St., Agawam.