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Official Obituary of

Anita K. Renner

September 27, 1929 ~ March 23, 2024 (age 94) 94 Years Old

Anita Renner Obituary

     Anita Kathleen Roseberry was born in Marley, Idaho on September 27, 1929. Anita was the oldest daughter of Thomas and Jeneveive Roseberry. Tom and Jennie moved to Idaho from Indian Nation now known as Oklahoma. They settled in the Richfield area where Tom worked for the railroad. Anita was the 5th Roseberry child. She had four older brothers: Chester, Don, Jerry, Bud and a younger sister Roxy. Anita attended Richfield schools with her siblings.

     She remained in Richfield after school until she met Albert Renner through one of her brothers. They were married in 1946 in Elko, Nevada. Albert and Anita moved to Albert’s families homestead North of Shoshone, Idaho. Albert and Anita had 3 boys. Don, Leroy, and Jesse Renner.

     Anita helped on the ranch with cattle, farming the fields, and raising her boys. She lost Albert October 2, 1983. Anita stayed on the ranch with the help of her boys and their families until 1985 when she moved into town.

     Anita was fiercely independent. She retired to Gooding, Idaho where she took great pride in taking care of her home and working in her yard. Anita was very active and would go walking in the mornings with friends. You could catch her reading the paper with her morning coffee or doing a word search. She loved watching cowboy movies or a good picture show. She was very proud of her Native American heritage which she loved to share with her family and friends.

     Anita spent countless hours sitting in the stands at her grandkids sporting events. If her granddaughters had a game, you could bet that she would be in the stands cheering them on and taking them to dairy queen for ice cream after. This later extended to many days at the ball fields cheering on her great-grandsons. Anita opened her home to all her granddaughters’ friends and treated them like her own.

     Anita loved to go dancing with her friends and enjoyed playing bingo with her granddaughters at the fair every year. Anita was very active in retirement and spent a lot of time with her grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great great-grandchildren. Anita was affectionately known as Grandma Nita and Nene.

     Anita touched the lives of many people with her joyful spirit and love of life. She was a prominent and impactful figure in many people’s childhoods. We will forever cherish the memories she bestowed upon us and ensure that her memories live in our hearts forever.

     Anita is survived by her son Leroy (Tina) Renner of Hagerman, ID; grandchildren Shawna Jones of Deer Park, WA; Toby Renner of Deer Park, WA; Katrina Telleria of Sidney, MT; Tarcie (Kyle) Carter of Sidney, MT; and Karole Renner of Dexter, MO; 9 great-grandchildren; Orin, Cody, Brandon, Robbie, Mckinsey, Brandon, Isaiah, Elias, and Tillman; and 3 great great-grandchildren; Bentley, Paisley, and Jovi.

     Anita is preceded in death by her parents, husband, 2 sons, and 5 siblings and their spouses.

     A funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 4, 2024 at 11:00 am at Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel.

     Burial will follow at the Richfield Cemetery in Richfield.

     Funeral arrangements are under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel.





























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Funeral Service
April 4, 2024

11:00 AM
Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel
737 Main Street
Gooding, Idaho 83330


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