Renee A. Grossman

September 8, 1961May 6, 2021

Renee Ann Grossman, 59, passed on May 06, 2021. She was born to Robert and Ruby Grossman in Cincinnati , Ohio on September 08, 1961.

She is survived by her two, children Tiffany (Joey), Stephanie (Tom). She is also survived by three grandchildren Kameron, Bryce and Abygail.

Renee graduated from Forrest Park High School in Ohio. She water enthusiast, she loved to fish, enjoyed boating and all things on the water.

Renee was a Wine Connoisseur and was passionate about living life to the fullest and was always ready to have a good laugh with loved ones.

There will be a celebration of life held in her memory May 29th, 5 pm in Melbourne Beach (please contact 321-474-9333 for address.)

Memorial donations in lieu of flowers can be donated to National Brain Tumors Society:!/donation/checkout


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Renee A. Grossman

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Coral French

May 20, 2021

I called her Ne only cause she usually answered to me quickly when we were ordering food or I needed an ear to listen to me.
I spent last year and a half just gotten back from Japan talking to her, sharing a friendship with her that I know I’ll never have again.
We called each other “beasties” and we laughed every time .
God I miss her and our talks ....
I know she’s at peace and looking down on me every day.
They’ll never be another Renee but I will always think of her and our trips to Bizzaros’s for a slice of pizza on the beach and sharing our stories.
Fly high baby girl! I really miss your name on my caller ID. Biggest heart ever!
I’ve known her for at least 14 years .. meeting her at the cape were we lived across the street from each other . Miss u Nee! C

Todd Shier

May 19, 2021

I put a ring on the finger of the girl I loved in the Dutch West Antilles.
I will always love Renee.

Linda Guinn

May 16, 2021

Dear Grossmans,
I was so sad to hear about Renee. I went to Greenhills Middle School with her and Forest Park High School. She had gym glass after me and I would tell her what she was going to be doing in gym that day. Ugh..because both of us would have frizzy hair the rest of the day. Our softball teams played in tournaments together and we had so much fun doing that. I remember standing in her bedroom one night as 13 year-olds when her brothers were having a party. Somehow we got a bottle of Lambrusco and we were passing it around in a circle with Vicki and Amy. We thought we were so cool. I remember hanging out in her neighborhood in the summer.. The last time I communicated with her was through my brother-in-law's, Mark Bolander's FB page. I was so happy she had found a wonderful life in Florida and she was happy. I look forward to being with her beautiful sole once again in Heaven. She's living a life now that is so beautiful, colorful and peaceful that we can't imagine. God's Blessings to all her friends and family.
Linda Nitz Guinn
West Chester, Ohio

Donna Rich

May 16, 2021

Renée was the first adult friend that I had. We met at Furrow Building Materials where we were both employed. We hit it off from the start. She always included me, & I think because I was younger she had my back when we were out. No matter what we were doing we always had so much fun, & would laugh, & laugh.
Renée liked to cook and taught me some Thai dishes, & I shared recipes with her. Always delish!
Of course as it does life later separated us. However we found each other again a few years ago. We had some long talks on the phone catching up, & texted often. Our conversation picked up like we had never been apart. We wanted to see each other again, & Renée wanted to show me around Florida. I know we would have had a great time. I regret that we had so much time apart. I always thought of her.
Because Renée meant so much to me, I named my oldest daughter Amanda Renée for her.
I'll always love you, miss you, and will keep you in my heart my friend. I can't wait to see you again.
Love you, Donna

Michael Pace

May 7, 2021

To Rick & Rob and the rest of the Grossman family, I just want to offer my most sincere condolences. I haven't seen Renee in many years, but the memories I do have are one of just a sweet young woman and always smiling & happy. Rest in Peace Renee, God Bless!