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Frank Vogler & Sons

2849 Middlebrook Drive, Clemmons, NC

OBITUARY

Linda Gae Rennick

January 3, 1944February 10, 2020

Linda Gae Rennick passed away on February 10, 2020 in Winston Salem at the age of 76. She was born in Spencer, WV on January 3, 1944. Linda worked as a teacher’s aid for many years in Ohio and North Carolina. She is preceded in death by her husband, Richard Rennick, Sr., and parents, Opie and Ella Schoolcraft. Linda leaves behind her children, Charles (Elisa) Wilson, Jr., Lea (Neal) Pletsch, Richard Rennick, Jr., Scott (Sue) Rennick, and Derek “Sean” Rennick; grandchildren, William Wilson, Shelby Wilson, Dustin (Amanda) Ames, and Joshua Ames; great grandchildren, Ellie Wilson, Kane Ames, and Kyler Lee Ames ; siblings, Jerry (Bobie) Schoolcraft and Carol Gray; and many other loved ones and friends. Memorial contributions can be made to MS Foundation.

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Janet Corcoran

February 24, 2020

Linda always had a smile and kind words to share. When I began working as a teacher assistant, she was so helpful with suggestions and guidance. She has been missed since her retirement and will always be remembered for her loving, kind ways with the children. She spoke often of her family and how much she loved all of them! Rest In Peace sweet friend!

Jenny Taylor

February 19, 2020

I taught at Clemmons Elementary with Linda. Her beautiful soul and spirit always shown through her smile and presence. Many children were blessed by her guidance. She will be greatly missed by many. We love you Linda.

Vickie Morris

February 18, 2020

I will always love this lady with her precious and caring heart. A better neighbor could not be asked for. My love and prayers to the family.

June Conley

February 12, 2020

Linda was a wonderful woman. She was beautiful inside and out. She was a great help to me as a kindergarten assistant. I was shocked to hear of her passing. She handled herself with great dignity and grace in everything she did.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY