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Loise Eileen (DeWitt) Renfrow
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Loise Eileen (DeWitt) Renfrow,70, of Auburn, departed this life, and went into eternal rest on Sunday, December 24, 2023. Loise was born on October, 20, 1953 in Garrett, a daughter of Charles and Ellen DeWitt. She was preceded in death by her five siblings, Hazel, Joe, Carl, Forrest DeWitt and Sherley Frost; granddaughters, Emily Scantland and Cameron Renfrow; great granddaughter, Ellie Rhoton. Those surviving and left to cherish her memory are, her husband Darrell Renfrow Sr., and their children, Darrell Renfrow Jr. and his wife Christie Renfrow of Auburn. Kimberley Scantland and her husband James Ray Scantland of Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee, Thomas Renfrow Sr. and his wife Sherrie Renfrow of Garrett; two surviving sisters, Mary Ellen Huff of Waterloo, and Helen Renfrow of Auburn. Loise was the proud grandmother to 16 grandchildren; Brittney Rhoton and her husband Jay, Cassie Bohanan and her husband Jase, Nathaniel Renfrow and his wife Robin, Forrest Renfrow, Cyrus Renfrow and his wife Jordan, Coy Renfrow and his Fiancé Cassidy Shianne, Chelsea Cortez, Jessica Floyd, Michaela Floyd, Jackson Renfrow, Adam Weimer, Chad Potts and his wife Ashley, Meghan Sharp, Austin Renfrow, Collinray Renfrow and his wife Ashley, and Thomas Renfrow Jr. and his wife Smanatha Joe; She also has 27 great grandchildren. Loise married the love of her life on June 6, 1970, whom she loved and supported as a proud military wife. She had accomplishments throughout her life, but none comparable to being a mother and grandmother of which she was most proud, and dedicated her time to. When she was not with her family, Loise enjoyed puzzle books, playing games on her tablet, gospel and country music, and companionship of her cat Rosie. When a loved one passes, we often refer to the dates on their tombstone from beginning to end. Starting with the date of birth, and tearfully ending date of death. But what matters the most of all, is the “dash: between those dates and years, for that dash represents their time on Earth, and a life well lived, and the person so loved. Visitation for Loise will be held on Thursday, January 4, 2024 from 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. at Pinnington Funeral & Cremation Service 502 N. Main Street, Auburn. A funeral service will be held on Friday, January 5, 20023 at 1 p.m. with visitation one hour prior also at the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to the American Lung Association.