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Renee Oakley

In Loving Memory

Oakley, Renee Adele

January 23, 1962 - February 15, 2024


Thursday February 15, 2024.

Beloved daughter of Ralph and Jill Oakley; loving sister of Kimberly (Joe) Anselmo and Jeffrey (Christine) Oakley; dear aunt of Gene, Anthony (Cassidee) and Joseph (Megan) Anselmo, Cassandra and Philip Oakley; dear great aunt of Ninalee, Nico, Noemi, Lucas, Dominic, Nora and Joseph; leaves behind her dog, Captain; Loving Niece of Gwendolyn (James) and Carl (Janice) Oakley. Dear cousin and friend.

Renee was a member of the Iris Society at Missouri Botanical Garden and an avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues.

Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL 10151 Gravois, Saturday March 2, 1:00 PM until service at 2:00 PM. Memorials to American Cancer Society appreciated.https://donate.cancer.org/?



5 thoughts on “Oakley, Renee Adele”

  1. Renee and I met in our freshman year at Michigan State. We bonded over our love for hockey. That was in 1980. We shared concerts and parties and celebrated our wins and shared our losses. She was the closest thing I had to a sister. I’m devastated to hear of her passing and send my love and condolences to her family.

  2. I met Renee during Michelle’s college years. She came home with Michelle multiple times to stay at my house. She adopted me and said I was her second Mom.
    She was great friend to Michelle. I was happy to be part of her life. May she RIP.

  3. We were neighbors on Kayser Ave and enjoyed watching Renee and Captain. Captain and our dog Lucy used to run the fence. We used to talk about our sports. So sorry to hear of her passing but no more pain thankfully.

  4. I meet Renee in our freshman year at Michigan State University. Over the years we have maintained a friendship. With our love of MSU sports. Renee was fighter over her last years.

  5. Renee was such a dear neighbor and friend. She was always helpful and there for me and my family. We are so saddened to not see her smiling face. We send love and prayers to her family. We love her and we will miss her so much.
    -The Havic Family


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