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Kandi Kay (Miller) Renn

Kandi Kay (Miller) Renn, age 66, of 23 Calvary Ln., Danville, died at her home Sunday morning September 18, 2022 after an illness.

Born in Lock Haven on November 2, 1955, she was the daughter of the late William and Bertha (Shumac) Miller. She was a 1973 graduate of Bucktail Area High School and also graduated from the former Williamsport Area Community College nursing program.

Kandi was last employed by the Department of Public Welfare office in Selinsgrove, where she was a manager, retiring in 2010. She was earlier employed at the former Laurelton State Center from 1976-1998.

Her hobbies were gardening, growing flowers, and crocheting. She especially enjoyed the time she spent with her grandchildren.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Natasha Nicole Renn, on July 23, 1998 and her stepfather, Donald Rifenburgh.

Surviving are her husband, Harry F. Renn, with whom she celebrated their 46th wedding anniversary on May 1, 2022; a son, Thomas Renn, and his companion, Andrea Fradkin, of Danville; two grandchildren: Sutton Renn and Knox Renn; two brothers: Paul Miller and Thomas Miller, and his wife Mary, of Sunbury, a sister, Barbara Snook, of Milton; two stepbrothers, Terry Rifenburgh, of Queens, NY, and Steven Rifenburgh, of NY; two nieces, DiAnne Beiler, of Middleburg, and Sherry Houtz, of Mifflinburg.

Private services will be held at the convenience of the family with interment in Straub’s Cemetery.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Roat-Kriner Funeral Home, 1133 Bloom Rd., Danville.




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A candle was lit in memory of Kandi Renn

Pamela Smart Ripp Sep 26 2022 4:37 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Kandi Renn

Harry and Georgia Klees Sep 25 2022 6:55 PM

Sending my deepest sympathy to the family of Kandi. Her family and grandchildren was her pride and joy. I meant Kandi when we moved to Westport. Kandi was a year younger than me but we spent a lot of time together. We sat together on the school bus daily. We were both in the marching band and concert band and both played clarinet. When Kandi and Harry would come camping at Hyner State park, John and I would go and spend time sitting around the campfire and sharing so many memories. We would share special meals together while they were in our area. Kandi and I shared so much in our lives both happy and sad. The last time I spoke to Kandi, about a week before her passing, she told me to always remember all the times we laughed together. I loved Kandi. She was my best friend. RIP Kandi ❤️

Judy Kurutz Sep 23 2022 10:02 PM

Sending my deepest sympathy to the family of Kandi. Her family and grandchildren was her pride and joy. I meant Kandi when we moved to Westport. Kandi was a year younger than me but we spent a lot of time together. We sat together on the school bus daily. We were both in the marching band and concert band and both played clarinet. When Kandi and Harry would come camping at Hyner State park, John and I would go and spend time sitting around the campfire and sharing so many memories. We would share special meals together while they were in our area. Kandi and I shared so much in our lives both happy and sad. The last time I spoke to Kandi, about a week before her passing, she told me to always remember all the times we laughed together. I loved Kandi. She was my best friend. RIP Kandi ❤️

Judy Kurutz Sep 23 2022 9:22 PM

My deepest sympathy to the family.
Kandi was a classmate of mine, but also did get to come to a few of our Girls night out dinners.
So shocked to hear of her passing. She always filled us in on her travels and her grandchildren, which were her joy.
Keeping all in my prayers

Mary Ann Tarantella Sep 20 2022 10:37 AM

Kandi n Harry were our neighbors on Reber Road in Mifflinburg. They were both so very welcoming when we moved here in 98. They included us in many family picnics and holiday celebrations. Kandi was a fantastic cook! Making everyone delicious apple dumplings in the fall n her wonder cabbage pepper slaw. I will always remember Kandi's beautiful flower gardens that covered their Reber Road property! She would often be out in her gardens at day break in the summer. She shared many of her flowers with us n they always remind us of her. We will miss her very much and are grateful to have known her.

John and Betsy Fickes Sep 19 2022 8:56 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Kandi Renn

Anne Elliott Sep 19 2022 7:01 PM