Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Renee' Marvette Wynn

Renee' Marvette Wynn, age 59 of Orlando, passed away on Sunday, February 9th, 2014.  She was born in Bastrop, Louisiana the daughter of Frank and Emma (Tappin) Jones.  Renee moved to Central Florida from New Jersey in 1988.  She was employed as a hospital nurse, member of First Baptist Church of Central Florida, the Pinsetters Bowling Club and the Greater Orlando TNBA Bowling Organization.
Renee' leaves to cherish her memory husband Ralph Wynn of Orlando; sons Ralph (Jennifer) Wynn of Apopka, Robert Wynn of Orlando; daughter Reena Wynn of Orlando; brother Frank (Margie) Jones of Jacksonville, NC; sister Regina Jones also of Jacksonville, NC; 3 grandchildren Trajan, Tia and Ty Wynn of Apopka.
The family will be receiving friends at First Baptist Church of Central Florida located at 700 Good Homes Road in Orlando, on Friday, February 14th, 2014 from 10:00 until 11:00 am.  The funeral service will follow visitation at 11:00 am with Pastor Clayton Cloer officiating.  Interment will be at Winter Garden Cemetery.  A reception will follow interment at the church.  In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Special Olympics in Renee's name.

You began your life As the oldest of three
Always caring for Everybody but ME
Your selfless acts of kindness Always showing through
Like the light in the darkness Caring for everyone but you
Your smile and your hugs Will truly be missed
We love you for always  For always we will
Rest in Peace Dear Mom
For this is HIS will


Unknown said...

To the Wynn Family, you have my wife & I deepest condolences. I have known Renee all of my life. Her legacy will shine with her laughter,endless energy and her tireless care for others during her tenure as a nurse at Beth Israel. In the mist of sorrow I still celebrate her life knowing that she has transitioned to greater, She knows now that her faith in the Lord was not in vain. She has entered into everlasting life. May the Lord keep you is our prayer. Pastor Bryant & Lady Balena Ali, Newark NJ

Anonymous said...

To the Wynn family With deepest sympathy in lieu of Renee. She will be truly missed but we will always
have the good memories of her in our hearts. Ralph, just know that the LORD is your keeper and the lifter of your head. we will continue to pray that GOD will give you and your family strength to make it through this difficult time. Randy and Barbara Mathis of Orlando Florida.

smithr7@ocps.net said...

To the Wynn family, you have my deepest sympathy. Reene will truly be missed. My prayers are with you. I pray for comfort, peace and strength during this difficult time.

Ramona Smith

Mattie Jones said...

I am sorry for the passing of your loved one; please accept my sincere sympathy. While you are
grieving your loss, I hope you can find some comfort in Jesus’ promise of the resurrection(Acts
24:15) when those who have fallen asleep in death, will be raised up and restored back to life, with
the hope of eternal life, on the renewed Paradise earth.-John 5:28,29; Luke 23:43. Until that blessed promise is fulfilled and you are reunited with your loved one again, may Jehovah God grant you peace and comfort now, during this time of sorrow.-Matthew 5:4.

Paulette TWITTY said...

Renee,Ralph and their three children lived across the street from me in Orlando Fl. They were the kindest family I ever met,Renee was a great help when my husband became sick,was always there to comfort me,I am so deeply saddened
d to hear of her passing.I often thought of her and her family when I moved back to ct after my husband passed.I know she is greatly missed.RIP Renee.Prayers go out to her beautiful family.