Elaine Marjorie Rennich


Rennich, Elaine Marjorie (nee Middlestead)

With great sadness the family of Elaine Rennich announces her passing on Wednesday June 24, 2015 at the age of 74 years. Elaine is lovingly remembered by her husband of six years John Dublin, her children Perry Rennich (Kristina), Brent Rennich, Tannis Bodner (Steve), numerous grandchildren: her sister Joyce Middlestead as well as many friends and relatives. Elaine was predeceased by her son Timothy Rennich, husband Donald Rennich her parents Art and Marj Middlestead.

There will be a Celebration of Life for Elaine on Monday July 6, 2015, at Glory Lutheran Church 53163 Hwy 21; Sherwood Park (entrance off Hwy 16 and RR 225) at 11:00 am. Interment will take place at Glenwood Memorial Gardens.

Memorial donations can be made in Elaine’s hounor directly to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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Joyce Middlestead

Thanks Rhonda. This is a wonderful tribute to Elaine and Don and all the kids. Those were very, very good times.

Joyce Middlestead

Thanks for those great memories, Carole and John. I remember you from the row house days…Elaine used to mention how much fun you and John were, and I remember getting a taste of that myself! Take care.

Joyce Middlestead

Thank you, Kathy and Garry. I remember those days well, and Elaine did too. She always spoke of you “These kids” with much affection.

Kathy Johnson

Joyce and families

Sorry we can’t be there today, but know our hearts and thought are with you all. Elaine used to babysit us when Uncle Art and Aunt Marge lived in Hay Lakes. Elaine was such a wonderful person.
Our Deepest Sympathy to You all

Garry and Kathy { These} Johnson
Ron and Sue These
Bruce and Tery {These} Sieben

Carole Zubick

We were neighbors of Don and Elaine for 8 years when they lived on 134 Ave. We
treasure the many fun times with them . We camped at their Ardrossen acreage when
they were starting to build their house. It was so cold coffee froze in the cups by
morning. Elaine was a great listener and we spent many mornings over coffee
sharing our problems. Great neighbors and friends.
Because of prior commitments we cannot be there to share in your sorrow on Monday,
please accept our sincere condolences and prayers.
John and Carole Zubick


My Aunt Elaine was a larger-than-life, vivid figure in my life. Some of my absolute favorite childhood memories are of spending time at the boisterous and energetic Rennich acreage in Ardrossan, full of big movement, big energy and big voices. Often, the household would get completely out of control with four kids and two teenagers running about, and I always felt safe and happy in the chaos. I love you and miss you, Auntie.

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