Paul Ethan Renck

paul renck

February 18, 1926 ~ September 21, 2017

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Paul Ethan Renck, 91, loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, passed away September 21, 2017. Born February 18, 1926, in Rush, Colo. to Robert Rae and Maude Mae Renck. Survived by wife of 66 years, Norma Renck; children, Paul Gerald (Darla); Gary Eugene, Mary Ellen (Ralph) Bostic and David Leroy (Pat); grandchildren, Brandon, Jaime, Robert, Lori, Lisa, Michael, Bryan, Garrett, D.J. and Cassie; 28 great-grandchildren; siblings, Leslie, Roberta, Beverly and Merle; numerous nieces and nephews; and long time friends, Neil, Larry and Ivan. Preceded in death by his parents. Paul served in the U.S. Navy for two years during WWII, carrying troops to different islands, and in the Naval Reserve for nine years. He retired from CF&I after 35 years of service, did lumberjack work for many years, retired from Pueblo City Parks and Rec. after 19 years of service and was a deacon at Trinity Life Church. Paul enjoyed hunting, fishing, the Broncos and the Rockies and he loved bowling with his partners, Brenda and Earl and Lucy Taylor. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday September 25, at Trinity Life Center, 36 Merritt Ct. Online condolences,

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  1. I went to Church with Mr. and Mrs. Renck when I was a little girl and will always remember his smile! One of the most genuine people I have ever met. Thoughts and Prayers to the entire Renck family.

  2. Norma, I was so sorry to learn of Paul’s passing. What a hard worker he was his entire life, no matter what he was doing. We at the Park’s department will sure miss his bright attitude and his “can do” attitude. We’ll keep you in our prayers.

  3. Uncle Paul, we are going to miss you so much. I will always remember the gentleness in your voice and the way you treated others. Heaven has gained one more truly amazing angel. So gentle.

  4. Heaven gained the most amazing hero my friend my brings me comfort to know you are no longer in pain. You will be missed more than words can say!

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