of Houston, TX
November 1, 1936 - September 27, 2021
The family of Dale Albert Renaud is saddened to announce his passing at the Methodist West Hospital in Houston, Texas on September 27th, 2021 due to complications from COVID-19. Dale was in his 84th year. His family knew him as a kind and wonderful father. He is survived by his former wife, Shirley Renaud, and their four children George Renaud, Lana McLeod (Bill), Kim Reves, and Kathy Farler (Mike). He was the proud grandfather to Natalie Bolick (Ethan) and Holly Brooke Renaud, James and Stacy Campbell (Matt), Jesse and Justin Reves (Julie), Anthony (Jamee) and Josh Farler (Lindsey), and loving great-grandfather to 7 boys and 4 girls. He was preceded by his parents, George and Beryl Renaud, as well as his brother Lorne Renaud, all from his hometown of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. He is survived by his brother Terrance Renaud of Maumelle, Arkansas and will be sadly missed by numerous nieces and nephews. Dale was a banker and businessman. He enjoyed golfing, hunting, shuffleboard, and was an avid baseball and hockey fan. He loved to cook, tell stories, and always brought smiles and laughter to a room. He will certainly be remembered most for his quick wit and warm heart. The family would like to specially thank the wonderful doctors and nurses at Methodist West as well as Reid Gabriel who provided invaluable care for Dale. They would also like to thank his friends at The First Tee Club for being such a big part of his life. A mass will be held to celebrate Dale's life at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 10am. Honorary pallbearers are his grandsons James, Anthony, Josh, and Justin. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that any contributions be made to Group Living, Inc., on his behalf
I will miss his beautiful smile, his laugh. He was always smiling. I will miss him.
Our Sincerest Condolences. Your father meant so much to so many. He was so very kind hearted and genuine. He will be deeply missed by his First Tee Family.
Dale had become a part of our family, spending Thanksgiving, Christmas as well as his birthday with us. We loved havind him to dinner as often as we could get him to join us. He was also a special part of our shuffleboard team. He was always good great stories and I was privileged that he shared his Toby stories with me. He is in our thoughts every day is loved and will be missed more than I can say. Dan & Andrea Dickson