Renner Carole, 44, died Monday, May 26, 2003 at her home in New Brighton, MN. Funeral service 1:30 PM Saturday, May 31, 2003 at the Glenwood Lutheran Church in Glenwood, MN, with Rev. Robert Lewis officiating. Interment at Glenwood Lutheran Cemetery. Visitation Friday, 5-7:30 PM at their home in New Brighton, MN. Carole Denise Renner, the daughter of Richard and Marian (Potts) Moran was born January 8, 1959 in Minneapolis, MN. She graduated from Edison High School in Mpls and also graduated from Augsburg College, by attending weekends. Carole had worked for Wells Fargo (formerly Norwest) since high school. Starting off with a clerical position at the Central (Mpls) Branch, Carole eventually went "downtown" where she held various management positions, including Item Processing and Vault Manager (yes, the money!). In her most recent position, Check Reconciliation Manager-3rd Shift, Carole supervised approximately eighty people. In her long career with Wells Fargo, Carole earned numerous awards for her hard work and accomplishments. Always ready for an adventure, Carole loved to travel by motorcycle, plane or automobile. Her other interests included fishing, boating, and camping. In recent years, Carole loved to spend time at her second home in Glenwood. Carole's quiet demeanor, strong work ethic, and strength of character were an inspiration to us all. A member of the Lac du Flambeau tribe, Carole was proud of her Native American heritage. Her family and friends would like to thank the excellent physicians, nurses, and other caregivers in the Fairview system and Parker Hughes, who gave us as much time with Carole as possible, while keeping her as comfortable as possible. She is survived by her husband, Ronald D. Renner of New Brighton; stepson, Christopher J. Renner & fiancee Ingrid Erickson; two sisters, Elizabeth Moran, Gail (Moran) and her husband Don Wawrzyniak. She was preceded in death by her parents and sister-in-law, Marianne Beavers. Memorials to Glenwood Lutheran Church.

Published on May 29, 2003

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