Paul Renning passed away peacefully on January 17th, 2021 at St. Luke's South Shore Hospital in Cudahy, Wisconsin at the age of 63.
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin On July 9th 1958, Paul was born into the arms of Bernice and Carl Renning. As the youngest in the family, Paul was raised alongside his brother and 5 sisters who loved him dearly.
Charismatic and radiating with confidence, he had the natural ability to brighten up every room he walked into. There was not a dull moment in his presence and he had the power to make friends with every person he came in contact with. His wit, humor and zest for life made his experience on Earth a true adventure for himself and all who were blessed to know him.
Paul was a natural born leader and community servant. After serving in the US Army Mountain Division, he continued his path of service with the Milwaukee Fire Department where he joined the dive rescue team and offered himself as a city paramedic. He moved careers to become a legendary car salesman and martini master. Paul concluded his career in sales at Amato Automotive Group.
He deeply impacted countless lives and is survived by his two daughters Elizabeth (James) Pelegrin and Brooke Renning; his granddaughters Jacqueline and Zoey Pelegrin; his sisters Annette (Stephen) Venuti, Pat (Doug) Dalecki, Deborah (David) Hermann, Laura (Gregory) Richter and Michelle (Kim) Wierzchowski and close friend Becky.
There will be a Celebration of Life ceremony to honor Paul’s immortal legacy in Spring of 2022. The date will be announced at a later time.