OBITUARY

Austin D. Renshaw

February 26, 2001March 7, 2018

Survived by parents, Lawrence Renshaw (Janea Combs), Stephanie Thomas; brothers, Remington, Wesson and Trevor; sister, Faith; special cousin/brother, Antonio; aunts, April Renshaw and Sarah Thomas; grandmothers, Christine Haack and Kimberly Crill; grandfather Walter (Lona) Renshaw; great-grandmothers, Wanda Haack (Oma), Bonnie Crill; many cousins, huge EXTENDED family and friends. He was a junior at Bryan High who loved his family and friends. He was the sweetest child, but also a lovable smart ass! He was a hard worker and the true definition of "ornery redhead"! He loved his truck! He will be fondly remembered and deeply missed but never forgotten by all whose lives he touched. It takes a village to raise a child....... CELEBRATION SERVICE 11:00 am, Wed, March 21st at Bellevue Christian Center, 1400 Harvell Dr. Bellevue, followed by a luncheon.

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  • FAMILY

  • Lawrence (Janea Combs) Renshaw, Father
  • Stephanie Thomas, Mother
  • He is also survived by brothers, Remington, Wesson, Trevor; sister, Faith; special cousin/brother, Antonio; aunts, April Renshaw and Sarah Thomas; grandmothers, Christine Haack and Kimberly Crill; grandfather, Walter (Lona) Renshaw; great-grandmothers, Wanda Haack (Oma), Bonnie Crill; many cousins, huge EXTENDED family and friends.

Services

  • Celebration Service Wednesday, March 21, 2018
REMEMBERING

Austin D. Renshaw

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Kristine Pedersen

March 13, 2018

There are some things in life I will never understand. This is one of them. Austin, you were such an important part of my sons life. You made him laugh, hauled him to school when he wouldn't get up, got him into trouble...and also kept him out of trouble. You were one of those polite kids who always showed up and walked in like you owned the place. I always loved that about you. You felt like one of my own. I will never forget how I met you (the day you got suspended from school...lol) and that you made a lasting impression in the lives of my entire family. Lessons you will contine to teach us from the otherside will impact us for the rest of our lives, I'm sure of that. I will miss your face, your smile, your crazy red hair of course and the tie to family that you provided for my son. I hope wherever you are that you have found peace, love, acceptance and a sense of belonging. I pray those missing you will be able to find those same things. Feel free to stop by and say hello if you're ever in the neighborhood, we would love to feel your presence.

Sarah Sears

March 11, 2018

Austin always adored his little brothers.. He was a smart,handsome redhead. Your smile will truly be missed.

Scott Graser Sr

March 10, 2018

We met on the football field kid and that day changed my life. It is a rare occasion when a coach see's the amount of potential you have at such a young age. I remember telling people that I have a little redhead boy that would try to run a football thru steel doors if you asked him too. You had a confident swagger that was nice to see, South O Strong !
My life was better because you and your awesome family was in it. You will be missed terribly youngblood..........Coach

Jacque and Mike Grauerholz

March 9, 2018

You were such a good kid, you will be missed dearly by so many. I will miss you driving by and waving like crazy with that big smile on your face. Mike is gonna miss hollering at you any time he needed a hand with something and you always came running willing to help. Go fly high with the angels kiddo. Until we meet again.

Carissa Stowe

March 8, 2018

Austin had a smile that could light up a room. I had him as a student when he was at Bryan Middle School and I will never forget him. We sure miss you Austin!!

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