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Gerald 'Charlie' Rennick

 


Gerald 'Charlie' Rennick

Charlie Rennick, 58, passed away peacefully at the VA Hospital at Fort Harrison on March 30, 2012, after an extended illness. Charlie was born to Helen and Gerry Rennick in Glasgow, Mont., on June 3, 1953.

He graduated from Glasgow High School in 1971. From 1972 to 1975, he served in the U. S. Army during the Vietnam War, stationed in Korea. He was honorably discharged. He then married Connie Johnson, and together they owned and operated the Deluxe Dry Cleaners in Glasgow for several years; they later divorced. He then worked for Northeast Communications of Glasgow and was transferred to Havre in the late '80s. There he met and married his loving wife, Cindy Woldtvedt (Shelby, Mont.) of nearly 20 years. They had three children, Cassie, Carlene and Cody. Charlie is also the proud father of Darcy Schindler. She married Kent Schindler and gave Charlie two grandsons, Bret and Kevin.

Charlie was very fun loving and enjoyed playing cards and darts, hunting, fishing, and spending time at the cabin. Charlie was very involved in his children's lives. He was also an avid Pittsburgh Steelers and Grizzlies fan. He loved to talk sports with all of his buddies and his kids. But mostly Charlie loved spending time with friends and family.

Charlie is survived by his wife, Cindy (Woldtvedt) Rennick of Havre; three children, Cassie, Carlene and Cody; a daughter, Darcy (Kent) Schindler; grandsons; Bret and Kevin Schindler; brothers, Richard (Judy) Fuhrman, Al (Pearl Hagen) Murch, Lee (Penny) Murch, Ed Rennick, Carl Rennick, Terry (Sandy) Archambeault, and Rodney (Arleen) Archambeault; sisters, Pam Bicker, Patty Hoerster, Sherri Morey, and Vickie (LeRoy) Wiseman; aunts, uncles and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

Charlie is preceded in death by his mother, Helen Rennick; father, Gerry (Muriel) Rennick; and brother, Kevin Archambeault.

A memorial service will be held at 1 p. m. on Saturday, April 14, 2012, at First Lutheran Church, 303 6th Ave. in Havre. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting: http://www.aswfuneralhome.com or to 815 10th Street No. 1, Havre, MT 59501.

 

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