Renee Lynn Krull
March 7, 1962 – June 11, 2018
Renee Lynn Krull, age 56, of Dexter, MI left us June 11, 2018 at her home in Munith, MI. She was a loving mother, sister, grandmother, co-worker, and friend. She will be forever loved and missed by many, but will always live in our hearts. The family will receive friends on Monday, June 18th, from 4-6pm at Hosmer-Muehlig Funeral Chapel, Dexter with a celebration of life to follow. Renee was born in Ann Arbor, MI to Virgil and Janice (nee White) Krull on March 7,1962. Renee attended Dexter public schools and graduated from Dexter H.S. in 1980. She worked as a valued employee for Thomson-Shore for 39 years. She was heavily involved with Saint Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and spent the majority of her time with her sons, grandchildren, and her two precious cats. Renee is preceded in death by her father Virgil Krull, mother Janice Knope, and step-father Floyd Knope. Renee is survived by her children; Mitchell (Emily) Veal (Napoleon, MI), and Richard Veal (Nashville, TN). Siblings; Brenda Brown (Ann Arbor, MI), Dan (Kathy) Krull (Midland, MI), Steve Krull (Dexter, MI), step-brother Dave (Georgia) Knope (Dexter, MI) and step-sister Diane (Clyde) Berry (Satellite Beach, FL). Grandchildren; Ethan and Ashley Veal (Napoleon, MI). In lieu of flowers, donations suggested to the Humane Society of Huron Valley, as Renee was a passionate animal lover.
- Visitation Monday, June 18, 2018
- Prayers Monday, June 18, 2018
Renee Lynn Krull
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June 19, 2018
I was a coworker of Renee's at Thomson Shore for many years. I was surprised and sorry to hear of her passing. My sincere sympathies to all friends and family.
June 18, 2018
I have known Renee (Grandma K) for over 19 years. I feel blessed that I have grown very close to her over the last 13 years when I started dating her son, Mitchell and a few years later married him. She was a very strong, proud, independent woman that would do anything for her boys. She was always there to protect and defend them. Family meant everything to her. She would watch her grandson, Ethan all the time. They were best buddies. She played video and board games with him which was priceless to hear them go back and forth over the rules and how to play. They would spend hours dressed up in capes with swords or nerf guns in whatever story they created together. She was there the first time her granddaughter, Ashley rolled over. She was a mother and grandma most would wish for. We are going to celebrate all the cherished memories we have of her.
June 16, 2018
I was saddened to hear of Renee's untimely passing. I worked with her at Thomson-Shore for over 23 years.
I was impressed by her knowledge and professionalism. She was always willing to help. We went to a conference together once and I discovered she was also a very warm, caring person with a good sense of humor.
May her family be comforted by many good memories.
Rest in peace, Renee. God Bless Renee and her family.