OBITUARY

Steven Todd Renshaw

July 7, 1964March 19, 2021

Steven Todd Renshaw, aka “Poky,” entered into eternal life on March 19th, 2021. He was born to Donald, aka “Rapid,” and Della June Renshaw (Mullinex) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Growing up, Steve would attend Jefferson Middle School and then Grant High School. He also attended classes at OCCC, Rose State, and OU before enlisting in the United States Air Force as a Flight Medic.

Steve would marry his wife Nancy Katherine Renshaw on December 21st, 1996. The couple would share almost 25 memorable years together. Family was a cornerstone in Steven’s life as he was able to care for both his parents in their twilight years.

Steve was also a man who believed in serving his community. He was very proud to be part of the Oklahoma City Fire Department, serving with them for 25 years before retiring.

Motorcycle riding was one of Steve’s greatest passions and something that he was able to share with his father and father-in-law, “Kicker.” He would always remember buying his first Harley Sportster and going on trips to Colorado with his dad and father-in-law and friends. Steve was also an active member in the Wind & Fire Motorcycle Club. Never one to shy away from a good time, he also enjoyed boating, socializing, watching OU Football and spending time with his family and friends. If he couldn’t be found riding, he could be found at the lake.

In addition to the Wind & Fire Motorcycle Club, Steven was a member of the OKC Fire Department Union and Life Church.

Steven was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, Nancy Katherine Renshaw, and his son, Sean Renshaw of Colorado; his brothers Micah Renshaw, and wife Crystal of Texas, and Quayne Renshaw; as well as one grandchild and two nephews.

A service to honor Steven’s life will be Tuesday March 30th, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Life Church Yukon, 1101 E. Main Street. Donations may be made in Steven’s honor to the Wind & Fire Motorcycle Club – Heartland Heat Chapter 65.

  • DONATIONS

  • Wind & Fire Motorcycle Club - Heartland Heat Chapter 65

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Tuesday, March 30, 2021

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Mike Drennen

March 23, 2021

Pokie was one of the nicest people I have ever been around. He will be missed and the world worse for his passing. God bless you Nancy.

Mike Drennen

John Masters

March 23, 2021

Joyce and I are heartbroken at Steve’s passing. Steve was our Best Man when Joyce and I married in 1986. Steve and I first met in 1974. As young boys, we ran the streets of OKC on skateboards with our friends. On occasion, we even got into the type of mischief that boys our age did; adventurous, but harmless. We attended the University of Oklahoma (OU) together in the 80s. We shared a love of motorcycles, midnight motorcycle rides, and OU football. Steve was one of the finest men we had the honor of knowing and calling friend and brother. He was the big-brother that Joyce never had. Steve affectionally called her Joycee. Anyone that had the honor of knowing Steve knows he was a man of character, loyalty, strength, and love. He was a kind and beautiful soul. Our thoughts and prayers go to Nancy and Steve’s family. While we are heartbroken and will miss Steve very much, we know we will see him again. Steve used to say, “As Christians, we don’t say goodbye; we say, see you later.” Steve, we love you very much and we will miss you. But, we will see you later. Get the bikes ready, we will have some catching up to do.

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