Fredrick Richard Renshaw Sr., resident of Stone Mountain, GA passed away September 2, 2016 at the age of 77 after a long battle with cancer. He retired from Bell South in 2002 as a Finance Manager. He graduated from Temple University with a degree in Accounting and later became a Certified Public Accountant. He served in the United States Army. He enjoyed reading, playing the classical guitar, watching tennis, ball room dancing and playing basketball. He was a faithful member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Leeomie Renshaw, daughter Banetta Jones (Chet), sons William Rho-Renshaw (Ken), and Fredrick Renshaw Jr. (Kimberly); grandchildren Niesha and Chet Jones Jr., Fredrick III, Maddison and Jacob Renshaw; great grandchildren Makayla Orcine and Makai Jones; and sister Anita Goodman and a host of nieces and nephews. Predeceased by parents Garvin and Evelyn Renshaw and brother Thomas Renshaw.

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  1. Our most sincerest condolences to her good friend Billy and the rest of the family. Mr. Renshaw was a good man he will be remembered always be God bless you all.

  2. Our most sincerest condolences to our good friend Billy and the rest of the family. Mr. Renshaw was a good man he will be remembered always. God bless you all.

  3. Leeomie, our deepest condolences to you and family in your lost. We were all blessed to work and serve with Fred in the NAAB ( Noble African American Boys) mentoring program at East Lake Elementary school. Fred was a committed and dedicated servant to the these young boys in such a critical time in their lives. Fred and I worked for BellSouth and became friends after the program. Our hearts are heavy!!

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  4. Our hearts go out to the family of Fredrick Renshaw,Our condolences and deepest sympathies to you all.May he rest in peace…..

  5. Mrs. Renshaw and family,
    As principal of East Lake Elementary School, I can tell you that Fred was very instrumental in service to our NAAB (Noble African American Boys). He was faithful, dependable and took great pleasure in mentoring the boys.

  6. Leomi & Family:

    Fred’s passing touches all of us at the Greg Okoro family. Please accept our condolences. We lived in the same neighborhood, and enjoyed Fred as he organized work to beautify our neighborhood entrance, while Leomi went from house to house to get people involved in community activities. Fred got our son and daughter involved in Corpus Christi Basket ball. Thank you. We certainly will miss Fred. May his soul rest peacefully in paradise. May God grant the rest of the family the strength to cope.

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