Kris Scott Rennie born on December 20th 1952 in Tonawanda New York. His family moved to Titusville in 1959 and he graduated from Titusville High school in 1969. Kris enjoyed spending time with his friends and family. He believed work, life, balance was the key and not to stress over things or be overwhelmed with the things you cannot change. “Sometimes you have to let go” he would say. He loved to take credit for the way his girls turned out. He would often tell them “keep up the good work” ,“that’s my girl”,”love ya kid” ..“take credit where credit is due” he would say with a proud smile on his face and wet kisses. That smile and kisses will be missed by those that loved him. His laugh was the best the kind that stays with you. His since of humor was great, anyone who knew him knows he loved to kid around. He was fun and loving and loved to make you laugh.I’m sure he’s telling his stories as he had many , and loved ones who have passed are laughing with him now. Kris liked fishing, dancing, shopping and making others smile and He was good at it all. He loved side line coaching from the comfort of his living room especially for every Florida gators game. Kris will be remembered for the love of animals he had along side his sister Jill.. He showed, raced, and trained horses in his twenties where he also ran the family pet store Perfect Pets for 31 years. Kris then pursued a career in real estate where he helped many friends and family buy their first homes. He had a great love for classic cars and owned many. He will be remembered as intelligent, wise and extremely knowledgeable in many things, except for maybe fixing classic cars. Oh the things he would call those cars on numerous weekends. Jack of all trades master of none. no question unanswered. He was a great friend and confidant always Willing to lend a hand. He will be missed by numerous people, friends and family members including his spouse Debra Ann Rennie, Daughters Nichole Kondas, Kristina Leigh Rennie, Jessica Lynn Rennie. Ten Grand children and Two great grandchildren. His sisters Sherrie Lee Robinson and Jill Lynn Hermanson. He was preceded in death by his loving parents Alexander and Geraldine Rennie and his brother Terry Alan Rennie.
Celebration of life is this Sunday September 5th 3:30pm Sand Pointe Park Titusville.