VISITATION: 2-3PM, Saturday, August 2, 2014 at the chapel at Cincinnati Vineyard Community Church, 11340 Century Circle E, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: 3PM, Saturday, August 2, 2014 at the chapel at Cincinnati Vineyard Community Church, 11340 Century Circle E, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246.
RENNER, Terrence “Terry” Wayne. Devoted husband of Kathleen (nee Holden) Renner. Beloved father of Ashley (Arjun) Seth, Andrew (Allison) Renner, Chelsey Renner, and Carly (Josh Helton) Renner. Loving brother of Russell and Janice Wilkins. Born January 10, 1956 in Cincinnati, Ohio to parents Marvin and Viola (nee Dillman) Renner. Owner of Renner Machine Consultants, Inc. Lover of the outdoors, music, and family activities . Never met a stranger. All-American man and cowboy at heart. Passed away Friday, July 25 2014, from Multiple Myeloma at the age of 58.
Terry grew up in Sharonville, Ohio where he participated in the boy scouts. He attended Princeton High School and was a member of the marching band, orchestra, and several extracurricular clubs. After high school, he attended Lincoln Technical Institute and earned his Associates Degree in Electronics from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Terry worked for Cincinnati Milacron for 18 years where he was awarded Service Man of the Year. After a successful career at Cincinnati Milacron, Terry started his own company, Renner Machine Consultants, Inc. He was a terrific problem solver, loving to fix all things broken or in need of repair and had a tool for every job.
Terry was devoted family man. He was proud of his family and their accomplishments and made sure everyone knew it! He would often be seen wearing a college sweatshirt, t-shirt, or hat from his children’s colleges. He was a coach for his children’s sports teams for many years and supported them in all of their extracurricular activities. He enjoyed spending time with his extensive extended family. He was an animal lover and had many furry companions over the years including his loyal beagle, Trigger.
Terry was always upbeat and full of life. He was mischievous and quite the prankster. He loved adventure and the outdoors, attending numerous camping and white water rafting trips over the years. He often enjoyed catching a Cincinnati Reds ballgame or going to the Root Beer Stand with his family.
Terry had great pride in his country and was a cowboy at heart. His many pairs of cowboy boots and bottles of Jack Daniels were evident of this. He also loved watching westerns, The Rifleman, and The Andy Griffith Show. He was very appreciative of those serving in the military.
A memorial service honoring Terry’s life will be held on Saturday, August 2, 2014 at the chapel at Cincinnati Vineyard Community Church, 11340 Century Circle E, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246. Visitation with the family from 2:00pm until time of the service at 3:00pm. Donations can be made to: International Myeloma Foundation DONATE or SPCA of Cincinnati DONATE