Arthur “Art” Renberg
Arthur “Art” Renberg passed away on June 15, 2021 at the age of 90 at his home in Henderson, Nevada. His loving heart left a beacon of light for everyone who knew him.
Art was born in Cumfrey, Minnesota, to Wallace and Olive Renberg. He graduated from Clear Lake High School in Clear Lake, Iowa. Art loved the Lord and served for many years at the Clear Lake Open Bible Church along with traveling and singing in the Gospel Group, The Goldentones. He worked for over 37 years at AMPI in Mason City, Iowa, and after retiring, moved to Boulder City, Nevada. Art enjoyed going to church, spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, all sports, playing games (especially Farkle), dumplings, a good can of tuna and a $5 bill.
Art is survived by his beautiful wife of 71 years, Barbara; his daughter Becky (Dick) Crawley and their three children, Angela (Frank) Stroh, Michelle (David) Wanat, Nicole (Jeremy) Fultz; son, Ricky Renberg and his three children, Bianca (Ryan) Strubinger, Brooke Renberg, Cody (Michelle) Brown; daughter, Brenda (William) Van Steenis and their two children, Sarah (Mike) Sorvillo and Joshua (Kelsey Pasa) Van Steenis; and daughter, Karen (David) Alexander and their two children, Brian Alexander and Alexis Cable; and 15 1/2 great-grandchildren. Art was preceded in death by his parents, Wallace and Olive Renberg; his brother, Ronald Renberg; and granddaughter, Keli Alexander.
A celebration of life service will be held at a later date.
We loved spending time with Art and Barb. Such a humble man with live for everyone. He will be greatly missed!
RJ and Connie- thank you for your kind words! We was dearly loved!
I look at that wonderful picture and see a man who never met a stranger. From the first time we were introduced, your Dad, Art, treated us like family. It’s hard for me to imagine what his Homecoming was like, with literally thousands of saints saying, “It’s good to see you, Art!” I’m so sorry that beautiful situation has to cause pain in the hearts of so many who are missing him, but I KNOW your Dad’s most proud “accomplishment” would be to have instilled a faith in all of you that you KNOW we will all soon be rejoined together for Eternity. Keep the Light on for us, Art!!!
Lori & Bob
Bob and Lori,
Thank you for your beautiful and heartfelt words! He loved and was loved! With the faith he taught us, we will say “one day, yes one day, we will all be together again!”
Love you, Brenda, Bill and family.