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Priscilla K. Renner

11/30/1927 - 07/16/2016

Priscilla K. Renner passed away at the Villa in Mesa, AZ on July 16, 2016.

She was the daughter of Walter and Clara Kieback. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Lt. Col. S.G.Renner, and son Scott Renner, and is survived by her son Todd Renner of Tempe, AZ.  She is lovingly remembered by her sister Phyllis and husband Vern Eklund, of Rockford IL, nephew Paul Eklund of Mt. Airy, MD, niece Amy Poehlman of Bloomington, IN, and good friend Lorraine.

She graduated from the University of Illinois in education and taught school in Hawaii and Alaska.  Her love for learning continued in Tempe where she taught home-bound students. She had a passion for research on personal healthcare, was an avid reader, and loved dogs.

A celebration of life for close family and friends will take place on August 14 in Tempe.  She will be interred at Mt. Hope Mausoleum in Champaign, IL.  In lieu of flowers, please send donations to NAMI (http://www.nami.org/), or the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation (https://bbrfoundation.org/).  Please add an online condolence below.


  • I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that God is not the cause of this sadness. But He WILL soon fix it. Soon He will fulfill the promise made to us in John 5:28&29, and Revelation 21:3&4. I sincerely hope you find comfort in these scriptures about our future here in Earth…Jw.org

  • You have my sympathy for your loss. She was a warm, caring person.

  • I am sorry for your loss of this gentle, compassionate, concerned, conscientious, loving woman. It was an honor to work with her as a MDN Counselor. She always had the student’s interest at heart. She goes to her reward now. Todd, she is with you always. Look for her, listen for her, she is all around you.

  • I send my sincere sympathy for the loss of your mother. Priscilla was a joy to work with and always a teacher who carried forth with great concern for her students. She will be remembered by the Tempe Union staff.

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