Alfred Francis Renn newspaper obituary
Deaths hour, in per the coun- done," a a body bur- he L me a I had for buz- to a and to pro- rus- the h e a v i e s t A. F. Renn, retired grocer, dies at age A. F. (Spot) Renn, 78, of Linn Creek, a former resident of Jefferson City, died at p.m., Monday, at a Camden- ton nursing home. Mr. Renn had been a ill health since February. A native of Jefferson City, Mr. Renn was born Oct. 1895, the son of Jack and Schwaller Renn. in 1915, at Sedalia, he married to the former Miss Mary M. Graff, who died 30,1957. On May 23, 1962, at Jeffer- son City, he was married Louise Schrimpf, who sur- vives. Mr. Renn attended the view Public Schools and St. Peter's parochial schools. He had made his home in son City most of his life. Mr. Renn was a member St. Anthony's Catholic Chur- ch, Camdenton. He was also member of Helias Council 1054, Knights of Columbus, and Aerie No. 2693, Fraternal Order of Eagles. From 1923 until 1933, he co-owner of the Park Market, here, and from 1933 until he was the owner of the Grocery Store. He also operated the Linn Creek Market from 1949 until his retirement in 1957. Survivors include: One son, Charles (Bud) Renn, Loose Creek; two daughters, Mrs. , Woodford Co. (Lucille) Sheley, 1608 Rosewood Dr., a n d M r s . J . (Josephine) Duncan, 1924 W. Main St. One sister, Mrs. Charles Smith, Clearwater, Fla.; seven grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. The rosary will be recited 7:30 p.m., today, at the Buescher Memorial Home. Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m., Wed- nesday, at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church with the Rev. John William Sheley, O.S.B., the Rev. James Wiebery, and the Rev. Peter Walsch officiating. Burial will be in Resurrection Cemetery.