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Renee Lenore (Case) Fernandes

Posted 2024-02-05 by mhenderson
Published by Today's News Herald on Feb. 4, 2024 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Renee Lenore Fernandes, 65, of Lake Havasu City, passed away on Jan. 20,
2024, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was a loving wife,
mother, and grandmother who touched the lives of those around her.

Renee was born on May 4, 1958 to William and Rachel Case in West Covina,
California. She was the younger of two siblings, with an older brother,
Glenn Case. Growing up, Renee and her family enjoyed vacationing in Lake
Havasu City, where they would go boating and water skiing.

Renee met her husband, Brian Fernandes, through mutual friends in
Southern California. They moved to Lake Havasu City on her birthday in
1979 and got married on Dec. 27, 1980. Together, they built a life full
of love and cherished moments. She leaves behind a legacy of love and
laughter through her two devoted sons, Dustin and Garrett and her three
grandchildren, Kailee, Mason, and Kimber.

Apart from her dedication to family, Renee had a passion for cooking
that brought people together. Her culinary talents not only satisfied
the taste buds but also created an atmosphere of love and togetherness
around the dining table.

Renee harbored a love for travel and adventure and often enjoyed
spending her weekends going up to her cabin in Parks, Arizona. Some of
her last wishes were for her family and friends to spend time together
and create lasting memories.

As we remember and celebrate the life of Renee Lenore Fernandes, let us
cherish the love she shared, the laughter she brought, and the
unforgettable mark she left on the hearts of those who were fortunate to
know her.

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