Renick W. Minor

November 5, 1949 - June 17, 2020
Renick W. Minor

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Renick W. Minor, 70, of Martins Ferry, OH formerly of St. Clairsville, OH died Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at Liza’s Place of Valley Hospice, Wheeling, WV. He was born November 5, 1949 in Wheeling, a son of the late Glen “Beanie” and Violet Brown Minor.

Renny was a retired Industrial Pipe Salesman for Diamond Plastics, T&L Wheeling and Famous Supply, and a member of Belmont Hills Country Club. He was an avid golfer.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Glenna Sue Sell.

Surviving are his companion, Kim Skukan; a son, Farley Minor of Dayton, OH; a good friend, Courtney T. Smith of Martins Ferry; nieces, Stephanie Sell Dawson and Tiffany Sell; a cousin, Kathie (Rich) Brown and their sons, Rick and Kyle Brown.

As per his wishes, no visitation of services will be held. Arrangements by Care Funeral & Cremation Specialists, St. Clairsville.

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  • June 26, 2020
    Dennis R Albaugh says:
    My sincere and humble condolences to the family and friends of "Rennie". I never had a dull moment with this guy. He was quite a trip back in the day. He was a very kindhearted person in spite of his temper tantrums,and I always considered him to be a good friend. He was always good to me when my luck was down. He understood the feeling quite well. I shall miss him dearly.

  • June 27, 2020
    H Lawrence (Larry) Jones says:
    Rennie was one of the "Y Guys" for many years and made many friends there. He was entertaining and full of stories and adventures. Those were great days and he will always be remembered as one of us. We share in your loss.

  • June 29, 2020
    Vinny Oswald says:
    I will always treasure the friendship of Rennie and the times spent with him both on the Golf Course and in business. Rennie was a like big brother who mentored me along the 20 years I got to know him. As a Salesman I considered him a professional who earned the highest success from within the construction business we served together in. As a Golfer...... Rennie was a fierce competitor who knew how to make “those strokes count”..... he taught me everything I needed to know in how to a make a handicap work for you! But more importantly as a person, he was a generous and kind giving man, Rennie never looked at the glass half full, he lived to enjoy life’s experiences and he truly cherished his circle of friendships, he taught me a lot about respect and loyalty. I will miss my good friend and we can rest assured when St Peter met him at the gates of Heaven they had a Tee Time waiting for him to tee it up at God’s Augusta National. God Speed Rennie and may your Walk amongst the Fairways in Heaven be blessed with friends and memories! Until we meet again, Love Vinny

  • June 29, 2020
    Kim lit a candle:
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