Scott Thomas Renz, age 40, passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 3, 2017, at Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, GA. Born in Port Jefferson, NY, Scott was a 1995 graduate of Roswell High School and attended Gwinnett Technical College. As a certified ASE Master Technician, Scott excelled at solving the most challenging mechanical problems. He was known by his customers for his impeccable work, honesty and integrity. He particularly enjoyed playing disc golf, building and fixing things around the house, and spending time with his friends and family. Above all, Scott was an extremely caring, funny and generous man who loved his family. Scott is survived by his loving wife, Joy; his cherished young daughter, Naomi; his devoted parents Marion & Roger Renz; his beloved siblings: twin sister Shannon, brothers Stephen (Teresa) and Ryan; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Family & friends are invited to the Wages & Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30046, from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday, June 10, 2017, to reminisce and celebrate Scott’s life.

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  1. My condolences to Renz and Noble family. Scott will truly be missed. He will be remembered by his warm smile and loving spirit.

  2. Dear Ryan, and family:
    We send you our sympathy, compassion and prayers in your time of loss, praying that our God of All comfort may comfort you and that you may know His presence!

  3. Dear Renz Family. We never knew Scott, never saw him in person, never heard his voice. But we know what was a wonderful man, devoted husband and marvelous Dad he was. Marion and Roger, you guys raised a man who will live in our hearts forever. His spirit, his influence, his love will forever be present in Naomi. May you find comfort in your time of loss.

  4. To the family of Scott. Sorry for the passing of your loved one. Find comfort and joy in the memories you have to treasure as you move forward.

  5. To Scott’s family. I just got the news about Scott. I work for Parts Authority and was Scott’s sales rep at his workplace. I enjoyed knowing him and always found him to be a nice and kind person as well as a great technician. I wanted to express my sympathies to you and your family and pray God will comfort you all with his peace and love during this time and in the future.

  6. I got the news from the Atlanta Disc Golf community. So many us are blessed to have known Scott. I’m going to miss that short guy and his laugh! God bless the Renz family.

  7. Love and prayers to the Renz family. I had the privilege of getting to know Scott and his brothers through Disc Golf over the past 20 years. Scott would always greet everyone with a smile and a laugh. He will be missed greatly.

  8. Peace and respect to the Renz family especially during this difficult time. Scott, like you, will always be a part of our Frisbee Family.

  9. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers have been going out to you, dear Marion, since Peggy told me last week about Scott’s illness. I am so very sorry for your loss. You have spent your life caring for so many patients and their families even though most of them were strangers to you. I remember you always trained us as case managers to care for the patient as we would care for our own loved ones. Your example is forever imprinted on me and I often ask myself, “What would Marion do in this situation?” You were never looking for the easy solution but you were always set on doing the right thing. You have touched more lives than you will ever know! I will continue to pray for you and your family and for Joy and Naomi in particular, Knowing you, you are a tremendous source of strength for them.

  10. Marion and family, please accept our deepest sympathy and condolences. Your family is in our family’s prayers – may you find comfort during this very difficult time.

  11. My prayers are with the Renz-Noble family during this terrible heart breaking time. I pray for your strength as you all go through the loss of a dear loved one. Sending my love and prayers to my friend joy Renz and her beautiful daughter and to all of the family hold on to God to get you through suck a sad and hurtful time

  12. I didn’t know Scott, but We most definitely knew his beautiful wife and I met their lovely daughter.. And Our prayers and thoughts are with them. God will carry you through.

  13. My prayers are with the Renz-Noble family during this terrible heart breaking time. I pray for your strength as you all go through this loss. I pray that God will give you peace and understanding. Love you !

  14. Scott was a great guy and will be missed by many people whose lives he touched. Prayers to the family.

  15. My prayers go out for Scott and his family. He was a great golfer and friend. All the people who knew him will miss him but my heart goes out to the ones he had yet to meet. They are the ones I feel for the most, for had they met him, their lives would have been a little bit brighter. Godspeed my friend.

  16. My condolences to the renz family I used to work with Scott at advance Auto parts in Cumming we laughed and had a great time always he will be missed dearly we lost touch for a while but always thought of him dearly rest in heaven on the right side of the father peace and love for his family lord comfort them

  17. Scott was the kind of guy that would help any of his friends at any time and do it with a smile on his face. He helped me several times. Sometimes just through the phone with his expertise in all things mechanical. Hope I can get there from Pensacola in time to pay my respects. You will be missed.

  18. I am sorry for your loss. May God continue to give you strength. I know it’s hard to understand what happened, but trust God. He didn’t bring you this for to leave you. God is merciful! He will make a way. Read the book of Job. I know it will give you strength. I love you and I’m praying for you and Naomi. I’m praying for Scott’s family and friends as well. May God continue to bless and protect you all.

  19. I’m deeply saddened and want you to know you have been in my thoughts and prayers. Scott was a wonderful husband and dad. Joy and Naomi were the apple of his eye! I will remember Scott for his constant smile and mild mannered style.

  20. Although I never had the pleasure to meet you personally, I feel like I already know you. To see your loved ones mourn over your home-going speaks volumes of the man that you were: a loving and honorable husband, father and friend. 2 Corinthians 5 reminds us that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. And as hard as you fought to stay here for your family, they can rest peacefully knowing that you are much happier and healthier in heaven. My deepest condolences to the Ren and Noble family. My ongoing prayer is that with each and every passing day you hearts will ache a little less. Love you guys and God bless you all.

  21. Joy we are so sorry for your loss, i want you to no that we are all praying for you and your family that God give you strength and comfort you at this difficult time, we all love you!!!

  22. Marion
    I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your son. I am thinking of you and your family and praying for you.
    Love
    Susan Crosby

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