Natalie M. Renshaw

Allen-Natalie May Renshaw died peacefully at home on Saturday October, 10, 2020, after a brief battle with cancer. She was born in Salisbury, Maryland on April 22, 1935 and was the daughter of Clarence and Martha Janie Nibblett.

Natalie took great pride in her family, home, and work. She worked many years in the textile industries and then in 1990 obtained her diploma and started her career at Eastern Correctional Institution, where she worked until her retirement.

One of her biggest joys was having Sunday dinner for her entire family. She also enjoyed working in her yard, growing many flowers, of which she could name every one of them and where they came from.

She is survived by her two sons Marty (Kathy) and David (Kim), as well as her grandchildren Jamie (Jason), Nikki, Layla (Kalib), Franklin Cole (Rowan), Logan and Jason (Kathy), as well as her great grandchildren, Jordan, Destiny, Gary, James and Collin. Also surviving is her sister Shirley Elliott and sister in law Sue Malone. There are also many special nieces nephews and cousins surviving.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband Frank Renshaw, her brother Freddie, Junior, Sam, and Earl, her sisters Libby, Connie as well as many other cherished loved ones.

A graveside funeral service will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at Springhill Memory Gardens, Hebron, MD. Friends and family are welcome and may visit with the family at her home in Allen after the service.

Flowers are welcome, but donations can be made to Coastal Hospice in memory of our loved one.

5 comments to Natalie M. Renshaw

  • Joanie Townsend Austin

    So sorry for the loss of your mother , haven’t seen you all in long time ,remember her as a sweet lady, Cory informed me of her passing & Doris Townsend had told me she was sick again, the family will be in my prayers

  • Joanie Townsend Austin

    Haven’t seen you all in a long time but remember her as a sweet person my condolences go out to all the family

  • Sylvia jordanmcgreevy (Donoway)

    Marty and David I was very upset when kimberly Quillen told me about Natalie’s passing it broke my heart. I’ve kept in contact with her over the years as our families were always close. Your mom was a remarkably strong loving and caring woman. Natalie will be missed. I hope you take comfort in knowing she’s at peace,no more pain no more suffering, she’s back with your dad now. I’m sure there having a huge reunion in heaven your parents and mine your in my thoughts and prayers I love you all sylvia

  • Sylvia jordanmcgreevy (Donoway)

    Marty and David my heart goes out too you both during the loss of your mother. Natalie was a warm loving,caring,compassionate woman. I hope you find comfort in knowing she’s not suffering nor in any pain any more. I know she’s happy now she’s reunited with your dad. I’m sure there having a big reunion in heaven with your parents and mine as our families were always very close. Your both in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Bobby Owens

    So sorry for your loss. We will keep your family in our prayers.

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