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Kathleen Rennscheidt

Kathleen Kay Rennscheidt

(October 2, 2962 - April 29, 2021)

KATHLEEN KAY RENNSCHEIDT (Kathy) ran into the arms of her Heavenly Father on April 29, 2021 after battling cancer for the last couple of years.  kathleen lived with her Mom, Velda Rennscheidt.  They loved traveling the globe togetheer and explored many interesting places including Switzerland and several European tours that visited Germany, Austria, Hungary, Italy and The Czech Republic.  She and her mom also traveled in the U.S., visiting many of the big toursit attractions such as Yellowstone National Park, The Grand Canyon and Williamsburg, Virginia.  Kathleen had an extremely outgoing, vivacious personality with an extra dose of sassiness.  She made many friends from every place she ever lived, worked or traveled.  She created fun wherever she went that included lots of laughter and joy. 

Death is so bittersweet - a mixture of joy and mourning.  Her body is not free from pain and suffering and she is experiencing the fullness of joy in the presence of the King.

Kathleen was a proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.  She traced her heritage back through her maternal grandfather, Samuel Leeper, who fought in the American Revolution.  Kathleen was also a member of the Austin Junior Forum, where she volunteered at the Austin Settlement Home and other charitable activities.  She actively participated in the annual fundraising event Christmas at Caswell House.

Kathleen was born in Weslaco, Texas on October 2, 1962 to Ronald W. Rennscheidt and Velda Mae Leeper Rennscheidt.  She is survived by her mother, Velda, and her sisters and their husbands, Rosanne and Brent Giesler and Patti and Mark Edgar.  Kathleen is also survived by her three nieces, Megan Giesler Bergfeld, Amanda Giesler Davis, and Lindsey Edgar.  She is survived by extended family that includes several aunts, numerous cousins, four grandnephews and on grandniece.

A celebration of Kathleen's life will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, May 8th at Beck Funeral Home, 1700 East Whitestone Blvd. in Cedar Park, Texas.  Burial at the Libery Hill Cemetery will immediately follow the service.


Kathy Rennscheidt was in Alice High School - Cotillion, 2 years; DE, 2 years; Science Club, 1 year; Tennis, 1 year; Volleyball, 2 years. 

Source:  Treasure Chest Yearbook, 1981

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08/02/21 04:32 PM #1    

Kim Matzke (Tirlia)

RIP from you pain and suffering, sweet lady!  Was looking forward to talking to you at our 40th reunion this year.  Another Patriot not afraid of speaking up and talking proudly of your American and Texas Heritage.   You will be missed.  heart   

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