Carolyn Renollet
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Memorial Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Calvery Chapel
1001 S. 3rd St.
Arkansas City, Kansas, United States

Obituary of Carolyn Marie Renollet

Carolyn Marie Renollet of Collinsville, Oklahoma passed away October 27, 2018 at St. John’s Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma after a short battle with cancer.

Carolyn was born December 25, 1937 in Lyons, Kansas to parents Lester and Thelma Kennedy.  She was one of four children.

Carolyn married Roy Renollet, Jr. in February of 1953 and raised four children.  The marriage later ended in divorce.  Carolyn married William Harold Beck, Jr. in 1963 and had one son.  She later remarried Roy Renollet, Jr. in March of 1988 and together they made their home in Geuda Springs, Kansas where she was a house wife and attended church at Calvary Chapel until health issues made it necessary for her and Roy to move to Oklahoma with family in 2012.

Carolyn is survived by her siblings Robert Kennedy of Bella Vista, Arkansas, Charles Kennedy of Arkansas City, Kansas, and Sandra Kennedy Zimmerman of Arkansas City, Kansas.  Five children Randy Renollet of Arkansas City, Kansas, Paula Renollet Harader of Arkansas City, Kansas, Steven Renollet of Collinsville, Oklahoma, Bradley Renollet of Port Orchard, Washington, and Harold Beck, Sr. of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Twenty-three grandchildren, forty-four great grandchildren and three great greatgrandchildren.

She was proceeded in death by her parents Lester and Thelma Kennedy, her husband Roy Renollet, Jr., great grandson Brayden Lane Renollet, and daughter-in-law Bonnie Renollet.

Carolyn was an avid reader of her bible, sitting outside enjoying the sunshine on the back porch, watching the dogs play outside.  She enjoyed historical books, antiques, and loved reading about the history of Arkansas City, Kansas and Geuda Springs, Kansas.  She loved crossword puzzles and enjoyed spending time with family and friends.


In lieu of flowers please make donations to St. Jude, and please send donations to Calvary Chapel in Arkansas City, Kansas.












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