Since her teenage years, Renee has suffered valiantly from the ravages of a physically transparent illness called Bipolar. Bipolar is a disease of the mind and one’s mental outlook. Although a daily struggle, Renee survived many difficult moments yet accomplishing so much.
Serving her country in the United States Army she played the saxophone in the Army Corp Band, touching people’s lives across the country. She continued her travels when she earned her Flight Attendant wings with United Airlines speaking affluent Spanish. Renee was able to give of herself in all situations. Even in her career as a CT Technician she was called upon to communicate with patients across the eastern seaboard.
Everywhere Renee went she touched lives and made someone’s day better than her own. She had a deep love for her family, her horse Cody, airplanes, Top Gun, music, and decorating. She could make a room come alive with her beautiful blue eyes and her infectious smile. She continues to look upon us and say, “Please do not Grieve, I am free and at peace.”
Services will be private.
“I survived the
hardest moments alone,
believed I was fine.”