Rose M. Renner
Rose M. Renner, nee Boul, 82, of Belleville, IL, born April 11, 1926, in Belleville, IL, died peacefully Saturday, February 28, 2009, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO, surrounded by her children and grandchildren.
Mrs. Renner was a homemaker. She was a member of St. Peter’s Cathedral Catholic Church, Belleville, IL, and a pastoral care Eucharistic minister and volunteer at St. Elizabeth’Hospital, Belleville, IL.
Rose was preceded in death by her husband, John F. Renner, whom she married June 23, 1948, and who died June 5, 2003; a daughter, Barbara Jean Renner; her parents, Hilliard and Reva, nee Cooper, Boul; two brothers, Bernard “Sonny” Boul and Paul Boul; and two sisters, Ruth Hargraves and Clara “Bebe” Zipfel.
Surviving are her three daughters and three sons, Sister Susan Renner SSND, Michael (Mary) Renner, and Charles (Roxanne) Renner. all of Belleville, IL, Mathew J. Renner of Springfield, IL, Rita (David) Radomski of St. Louis, MO, and Jane (David) Baldus of Caseyville, IL; ten grandchildren, Caroline, Matthew, Michael, Andrew, Kay, and John Renner, Ryan and Megan Radomski, and Jessica and Jacob Baldus; a sister, Rita Simon of Rolesville, NC; two sisters-in-law, Ann Boul of Kansas City, MO, and Marilyn Boul of Belleville, IL; a brother-in-law Zip Zipfel of Belleville, IL; numerous nieces and nephews; and her many close friends.
Memorials may be made to Brother James Court, 2508 St. James Road, Springfield, IL 62707; to the School Sisters of Notre Dame, 320 East Ripa Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63125; or to Whole Kids Outreach, Rt 2 Box 301X, Ellington, MO 63638. Condolences may be expressed to the family online at www.rennerfh.com.
Friends may call from to Tuesday, March 3, 2009, at George Renner & Sons Funeral Home, Belleville, IL.
Funeral procession will leave at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday, March 4, 2009, from George Renner & Sons Funeral Home, Belleville, IL, for a 10 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Peter’s Cathedral Catholic Church, Belleville, IL, with Father John Myler and Msgr. James Buerster concelebrating.
Burial will be in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Belleville, IL.
Rose was truly a remarkable lady---always had a smile for everyone!! Jane...John and I have such fond memories of sitting with your mom & dad at sports functions when you & Joni played.
So sorry we couldn't attend the service but send our love & prayers to the entire Renner family!
Jeanne Beal, Belleville, Illinois, 62226
My condolences to the family. I remember getting together many times with the Renner clan when I worked at the Elks and when my mom (Dorothy) and brother Bobby would see everyone at various events.
May Gods peace be with each of you.
jim stephens, cedar park, Texas,
My Dear Cousins, Sisiter Susan, Mike Matt, Chuck, Rita and Jane,
We are all so sorry to hear about Aunt Rose. Really a shock. So many good and happy memories of her. I never saw Aunt Rose when she didn`t have a huge smile on her face. What a gentle, wonderful mother you have! You were her happiness and life and you are all great, happy people because of your loving parents.
So sorry we could not be there. My parents said it was a beautiful mass. Glad to know her and Uncle John (the candy man) are together again in heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you in this difficult time.
Tracy Renner Quernheim, San Antonio, Texas, 78258
To the Rose Renner Family:
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Rose's family. I knew Rose from the mid 1930's. The Boul's were our neighbors. As kids we enjoyed many fun times together but we never could get the girls to come out and play softball in the lot next door to the Boul's. We always seemed to dread that long walk to St. Teresa's School in the morning - afternoon was different; school was over. Our memories will be forever. Del and Jane Riess
Del and Jane Riess, Swansea, Illinois, 62226
what a nice lady!
what a nice couple!
they always greeted me with a big smile!
your parents had a beautiful family
and i know most of the family...
i have many memories... from playing barbie and ken(those had to be susan's) to helping with the paper route... to receiving bread communion from "Father MIke"!!!!???... being in the classroom when an abulance went by and mike would look out the window hoping it was one of theirs... i enjoy looking back and smiling
thinking of you all at this sad time
hold dear the memories
"May she rest in peace." Amen
smiles and tears
jackie lauf lugge, belleville, Illinois, 62226
Chuck & Roxie
We are sorry to hear of your sudden loss of your mother. Our deepest sympathy and our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. We are sorry we could not attend the service because we our out of town on business.
Again, we are sorry to hear of your loss.
Mark & Kim Forcade
Mark & Kim Forcade, Belleville, Illinois, 62220
I will always remember Rose's beautiful smile. She literally lit up the room when she walked in. She always seemed to have fun wherever she went, and laughter surrounded her.
She loved her family, and it was obvious she enjoyed their company. She was a great mother-in-law to my sister, and was always welcoming to members of my family.
I had never enjoyed the annual Christmas parade quite as much as when she invited me to join her and her daughters the first year Roxie and Chuck were married. She knew how to keep everybody warm!
So, living in Texas, my time spent around Rose was limited. But she made an impact on my life. And my three nephews, who I love so much, were fortunate to have their "Grandma Rose" so close. She was quite a lady, and will be greatly missed!
Pam Kohler, Yorktown, Texas, 78164
Dearest Aunt Rose and Family,
I'll always have loving memories of You and Uncle John & My cousins during the times We had together through the years. I'll always keep You Both and the Family in My Prayers.
With Love Always,
Joseph G. Cullen, St. Ann, Missouri, 63074-1738
I would like to express my deepest sympathy too the family and friends,God bless, Allan Stahl.
allan stahl, smithton, Illinois, 62285
My thoughts and prayers go out to all the Renner family. I am a old college roomate of Jane Renner.Your mother was a very gracious lady with a smile that would light up a room!Jane..now you and your family have both your parents watching over you from heaven!
If you need anything..please let me know.Sending you a hug!
My cell is 480-452-7401.When your ready..please call me.
love and hugs,
Traci Ellis, Gilbert, Arizona, 85234
Jane was actually my "first love." I have so many fond memories of Rose and the Renner family. Rose always smiled and wanted to know "the scoop." She admired my mother for raising 11 children...mostly by herself. Rose was a very classy lady who thought more of others than she did of herself. I remember coming to see Jane and Rose welcoming me into their home with a smile and asking me if I wanted something to eat or drink. She was very hospitable. Heaven is richer now that Rose has crossed the threshold. I pray for God to comfort and strenghten all of you as you mourn. I know that you have many wonderful memories to help ease the pain of your loss. You've been there for so many other families through the years in their time of grief. I pray that many will return the love.
Tom Miller, Magnolia, Arkansas, 71753
I am so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this sad time. Aunt Rose was a wonderful person and I remember as a child that your house was always the 1st place that we came when we were kids visiting Grandma. Your Dad and her always seemed to compliment each other and made such a terrific couple. I am sad to see her leave us but now she is with Uncle John, Grandma and her brothers and sisters that have left us over the years. She will be missed by me and all of my family.
Reva Stroup, Kansas City, Missouri, 64118
Roxie: I was very sorry to hear of the passing of your mother-in-law. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. God bless! Kristi
Kristi Halfond, Edwardsville, Illinois, 62025
Dear Rose Renner Family,
What a fantastic picture of your mom, Rose...that's just the way I remember her when I would come over to play as a little girl. Your mom was always so calm and welcoming with that beautiful smile, and with your dad, raised an amazing family. I have many fond memories on 10th Street...your mom was so tolerant of the neighborhood kids ciphening through your home. In her quiet way, she kept us in line, yet we always had fun. As her children, you should be proud. May you carry on her wonderful traits. With love, Patty and Bill Weier
Bill and Patty (nee Lisch) WEIER, Shiloh, Illinois, 62269
What a beautiful, happy gas customer!! We will greatly miss Rose. We filled up her gas tank at least every other week and we were always greeted with a smile and a kind word. We love her and she will be greatly missed. God bless her family in their time of grief!!! Hamann's Full Service (Chris Hamann, Butch Hamann, and Jim Wall)
H Christine Hamann, Belleville, Illinois, 62220
As the Administrative Director of Human Resources I am responsible for Volunteer Services and had the pleasure of knowing Rose. She was a wonderful individual and a great volunteer. She will be truely missed. Your family is in our prayers.
Margaret Luna, Belleville, Illinois, 62220