Renndell Lamont Mosley affectionately known as Renny, Kinfolk, Big Ten and Big Moe.
We lost our huggable lovable gentle giant when Mr. Renndell Lamont Mosley moved from time to eternity at 5:24 PM on Sunday, October 27, 2019 surrounded by family.
Renny was born at 1:10 AM Sunday, August 23, 1970, to Robert Lee Mosley and Deborah Gee
He was a graduate of Abilene high school class of 1989. He was a member of Macedonia Baptist Church.
Everywhere Renny worked he formed a lasting relationship, Abilene State School, Mrs. Baird‘s Bread, and in 2004 with the birth of his daughter, he began working at Rentech Boiler Services where he was known as uncle Moe. In November 2015 Renny became a correctional officer with Texas Department of Criminal Justice working at French Robertson Unit. He began working at the Middleton Unit June of this year. Renny often spoke fondly, of serving and fellowshipping alongside his brothers and sisters in gray.
He was united to his high school sweetheart Stephanie Thomas, September 22, 1990, and he has been a loving husband, compassionate provider, and he was Always, Always my friend. I will cherish the memories of our silliness and constant laughter.
To this union we were blessed with Xavier Kavel, Zachery Renndell and Wisdom Marye Ozeal. He was a remarkable father and the best Dad that we three could hope for.
He was a doting Papa to Khaliyah Rene’ and Jalen Renndell, and honored that they are of his name sake.
He was a phenomenal cook, his specialty being barbecue. He loved cooking on his smoker that he was so proud of making while at Rentech. He enjoyed cooking and sharing with his family and friends, He often joked that he learned from the best, be it his uncle G, uncle Douglas, or brother Chris (barbecuing), his Aunt Nells greens, Delberts pigs feet, his Granny Mary’s chuckwagon, or his Mommas pork chop peppers to name a few. He took all their recipes and kicked it up a notch.
He was an avid Dallas Cowboy fan, enjoyed lifetime movies, food network, the game show channel, road trips, listening to music, playing uno, dominoes and sitting on the front porch.
To be absent from the body.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Willis Sr. and Mary Gee, Sammie and her twin sister, Willie Welch and his in laws, Robert Odell and Laverne Thomas, and step-dad Quilla Moore
We that remain.
He is survived by his wife, Stephanie; his children, Xavier, Zachery, and Wisdom; his parents, Robert Lee Mosley and Deborah Gee; his brothers, Chris Campbell, Myland (Marsha) Moore, Lugmon Mosley; his sister, Keirstyn Hall; three nephews; four nieces; his uncle; and aunt Willis and Nell Gee; his uncles and aunts in laws; and numerous kinfolks as he called them whom he loved wholeheartedly and he knew deeply loved him in return.
We would like to thank the Hendrick Medical Staff especially, Lee Bon "LB" and the ICU staff for all the care you provided to Renny. His brother Chris, who was always our first call every time Renny was ill. Meechie and Myland who always held him up. To his parents for loving him, Col. Karen Chambers, USA (Ret) for flying from Florida at a moment’s notice and all the prayer warriors for lifted him up.
A visitation will be 5:00 – 7:00PM on Friday, November 1, 2019 at Macedonia Baptist Church, 608 North 7th Abilene, Texas. A Funeral Service will be held 11:00 AM, Saturday, November 2, 2019 at Macedonia Baptist Church. Interment will follow the service in Elmwood Memorial Park.
Online condolences and memories may be shared with the family through the obituary link at www.elmwoodfuneral.com