July 31st 1968 – January 22nd 2021
Renee was born on July 31st 1968 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She passed away peacefully in her sleep on January 22nd 2021 of natural causes. Renee’ came into this world 6 minutes before her lifelong best friend, partner in crime and twin sister Kristin. They always spoke their own language and had a unique love for each other. Her family remembers her as honest, glamorous, loyal, and caring. Renee’ enjoyed shopping and yard sales with her mother almost as much as she enjoyed traveling and adventures. Some of her favorite places where Moab, Utah and Glacier, Montana.
Renee’s love and compassion for all people is only surpassed by her great pride, her two beautiful sons, Trevor and Austin. Her love for her sons was only matched by her love for her grandchildren. Her two greatest joys Aries and Alice. Who lovingly call her Gram-Cracker.
Renee’ is survived by her mother Susan Durrant, father Clinton Black, sisters Lisa, Kristin, and Teresa. Brother Marshall, sons Trevor and Austin. Her grandchildren Aries and Alice. Best friend Dar Black, her many nieces and nephews. And her greatest friend and rock Don Sutton.
Proceeded in death by her grandparents Bill and Helen Durrant, uncles Bill and Doug Durrant, and her sister Heather.
Our family is so grateful for all the love and care Renee’ shared with the people in her life. She selflessly volunteered to care for her mother, close friend Don, niece Ashley and various others in need. Those who had the pleasure of knowing Renee’ knows what a treasure the world lost with her passing. She will be greatly missed.
A celebration of Renee’s life will be held at a later date.
Love you Kristin Foote , I wish you didn’t have to go through the loss of your twin sister. I know your heart is aching ? ? Renee will always be with you, because she is part of you. You are in my thoughts and heart at this very difficult time. I love you my dear friend ❤
Trevor, I’m sorry for the loss of your mother. I’m sure you Aries and Alice will miss her. Sending you hugs at this difficult time. You are in my thoughts.
oh Renee, I’m so sorry you left so soon but we all had so much fun while you were here. I vividly see your beaming smile and laugh. Wow, we had some good times… some of the highlights in my life. I didn’t realize it at the time and that we would all be part of some really cool experiences and memories. Thank you for the time spent with you Renee. You were a critical piece of my life. Thank you!
Wow I’m so sorry for your loss guys. It’s been years since we hung out. She was such a ray of sunshine in my life. May God give you peace and comfort in this time of loss
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