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Charles William Renner
September 19, 1938 ~ September 10, 2023 (age 84) 84 Years Old
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Charles William Renner, 84, of Whitesburg, TN went to be with our Lord on September 10, 2023. He was born in Greene County, TN.
He was married to his loving wife Annie Mae Renner for 66 years and they had 5 children, Darlene (Bobby) Greene, Janet (Marvin) Long, Charles Jr. (Lesa) Renner, Rex Renner, Rose Renner (Anna’s Mom) and Angie (Mike) Dean. Grandchildren Niki Greene, Chad (Jennifer) Long, Jessie (Kevin) Green, Britny Renner, Aaron (Ashley) Wild, Ashlyn Renner and Anna Renner. Great Grandkids Dylan Dalton, Christian (Macy) Dalton, Isaac Greene, Aundrea Long and Andrew Long. Great-Great Grandchildren Dylan Green, Jasmine Green, Jaxson Green and Kade Dalton. Grand dog Prissy. Only living Brother Bobby (Carolyn) Renner. Nephews Ricky, Randy, Roger, Jamie, Chris, Joey and Johnny Mac Renner. Brother-in-law and sister-in-law Kenny and Mitzi Helbert, Sister-in-laws Sandy Seal, Judy Britton, Linda Helbert and Judy Renner.
Preceded in death by his parents Doc and Geneva Renner, Brothers Harold and Kenneth Renner Nephews Terry Renner, Brother-in-laws Doug Seal, Bob Britton, Earl Helbert, Sister-in-Laws Linda Renner and Minnie Renner.
Charles worked at Lakeway trucking, General Electric and Forest Products.
We would also like to say a very special thank you to the University of Tennessee Hospice for taking great care of our Daddy and our family.
Graveside services will be held 11 AM, Friday, September 15, 2023, in Hamblen Memory Gardens with Rev. Gary Marshall officiating.