Sunland Memorial Park, Mortuary & Cremation Center

15826 North Del Webb Blvd, Sun City, AZ


Renata Lynn Miron

January 19, 1929November 28, 2019

Renata Miron was born January 19th 1929 at home in Oconomowoc, WI. She was the third of six children of Fred and Ester Krubsack. She was baptized in February 1929 and was confirmed in March 1942 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Oconomowoc. She attended St. Paul's Lutheran Grade School for eight years and graduated from Oconomowoc High School. She and Russ Miron were married on January 6th 1968 at Peace Lutheran Church in Milwaukee, WI. Russ' wife had died two years earlier. He had two children. Bill was 19 and Nancy was 12 when they were married. Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital first opened in 1954 and she was hired as an office employee. Renata admitted the very first patient two weeks later. Eventually she was promoted to Office Manager and retired as Manager of Internal Audit/Projects in 1990. Three years after Renata and Russ were married they purchased a small but nice home on a beautiful lot with approximately 90 ft. of lake frontage on Okauchee Lake in Wisconsin. This was a nice area for swimming and fishing. She and Russ enjoyed this area for many years. In 1990 they both retired and moved to Sun City, AZ. Renata became a member of Fountain of Life Church that same year. At Fountain of Life Church, Renata started out as a volunteer and was employed part-time in various capacities. She served on several committees to include the Building Committee, Endowment Committee, Budget Committee and as the Assistant Treasurer. Renata's husband, Russ, died in their Sun City home on June 11th 2007 of natural causes. They were married for 40 years. Renata's father, Fred, died in 1966 and her mother, Ester, died in 1984 both of natural causes. Renata's brother, David, died in 1995 of natural causes. His wife, Alice, lives in California with their 2 sons and 1 daughter. Renata's brother, Carl, died in 2000 of natural causes and is survived by 1 son and 2 daughters. Renata's brother, Phil, lives in Milwaukee, WI. Phil's wife, Barbara died of natural causes in 2018. Phil and Barbara have four daughters. Renata's sister. Lois, lives in Princeton, WI. Lois' husband, Frank, died of natural causes in 2007. Frank and Lois have 2 sons and 3 daughters. Renata has 10 nieces, 5 nephews and 29 grand nieces and nephews. Renata's step-daughter, Nancy, died of natural causes in 2005 at the age of 49. She and her husband Jay had two children, Jason and Ryan, who live in Wisconsin. Jason and his wife Marie have two daughters, Ella and Katie. Renata's step-son, Bill, died of natural causes in 2017 in Phoenix, AZ. Bill is survived by his wife, Marlene and her two daughters, Lia and Jenny. Renata was loved by her family. She enjoyed going on daily walks with her dog, Foxy. Renata was a fan of baseball and enjoyed going to baseball games with her friend Linda along with other friends and family. She was very active within the church and thoroughly enjoyed her years of service. She was an inspiration to everyone she met and always took time to listen.


18 January

Memorial & Celebration of Life

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Fountain of Life Lutheran Church

15630 N. Del Webb Blvd
Sun City, Arizona 85387

Date and Time of Services will be in January 2020.


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Jason Fenske

December 8, 2019

My grandparents played a significant role in my upbringing. They always showed support, offered guidance and showed unconditional love. Some of the best memories of my childhood are times spent with my grandparents. My grandmother was a wonderful caring person. She gave me strong moral values. She showed me the world with kindness, gratitude, appreciation and love. She worked all throughout her life helping others succeed. She valued her time with the church and showed me the importance of having strong Christian values. I had the great opportunity to talk with her on a regular basis. I will always value and cherish those conversations. No matter who she talked to she gave them her direct attention and listened with intent. She treated everyone with value and respect. She touched the hearts of many people and made the world a better place because of it. I will always remember the way she made me feel and her memory will be passed on to future generations to include the positive, encouraging and loving feeling she gave to me.

Linda Scherfling

November 30, 2019

We were Renata's neighbors in Sun City for 7 years and still remained good friends after we moved to Prescott. I loved going to DBacks games with her and spring training. I became a true Brewers fan following her WI roots! We enjoyed lunches together and just visiting. Loved her stories of her visiting her grandparents on their farm! I will truly miss her but am very happy to be in touch with her grandson, Jason, and his wife, Marie, and their family. Jason was truly Renata's rock through her later years. He was always there for her. Renata and her dog, Foxy, give me many happy memories!! God blessed you here, Renata, and now you are in Heaven - pain free, no worries, and seeing Russ!