Sue Rennick was born on June 9, 1943, in Stigler, OK to her parents Julia and Sherman Rennick. The first of three children to be born on the family homestead in Stigler, OK. The family later moved to Tulsa, OK, where they owned and operated a dairy store. Sherman served in the United States Army during WW2 and was overseas for some time while the children were young. Sherman died at the age of 36 leaving Sue at the young age of 14. Being a naturally loving person, she immediately began helping care for the family, especially her youngest brother Philip who was only 5.
Sue and her family later relocated to Northern California and settled in Colusa County for most of her adult life. Sue worked in many different areas throughout her life including building construction, tribal gaming management, and accounting. Her true love in life was always her family. She held a special love for each of her brothers, their wives, and all her nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her father Sherman Rennick, her mother Julia (Judy) Rennick, her brother Cecil Rennick, and nephew Timothy Rennick.
She is survived by her brother Philip Rennick (Pixie), sister-in-law Shirley Rennick, nephew David Rennick, and nieces Victoria Wilson (Randy), Amy Schmidt (Bill), Christy Finazzo (Joe), Lisa Poyner (Scott), and Julie Manor. She is survived by great nephews Steven and Nick Finazzo, Austin Manor, Logan Poyner, Lance Gwinnup, and Nick Wilson. She is survived by great nieces Savahanna and Angie Rennick, Kendall and Natalie Wilson, Kaylie and Karsyn Gwinnup, Maddie and Grace Poyner, and Paityn Manor. She is survived by great-great niece Allison Middlecamp and great-great nephew Rhett Nicolson. The family will forever feel the loss of our most beloved sister and dearest Aunt Sue.