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Renee Ann Watkins Troesch December 14, 1965 - August 21, 2022

Renee Ann Watkins Troesch passed away at the age of 56. She was born in Fort Knox, Kentucky and at the age of 9, her family moved to Hilmar, California. Renee continued schooling through Hilmar, and graduated from Hilmar High School in 1984. She later went on to study at Stanislaus State. Renee enjoyed her career as a logistics coordinator. Above all, her pride and joy was her son. Renee could be spotted at all sporting events, or school activities supporting her boy always.

Renee is survived by her son Fritz Troesch, her parents Butch and JoAnn Watkins, her sister Darlene Clarot, and brother Jason Watkins (Dawn Watkins). She is also survived by her nephews, Darren Clarot, Matthew Watkins, and Dylan Watkins, and her niece Danielle Clarot.

Renee was a loving mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. She will be remembered by all for her hilarious sense of humor, quick wit, and above all her love for her son Fritz. She will be truly missed by all.

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  1. tamera says

    The fondest memories I have as a child were the summers spent with my two favorite cousins, Renee & Darlene. We had so much fun riding horses, swimming and just playing on the farm. Renee was always kind and sweet to everyone. Looking back now I feel she was an old soul. She’ll be missed greatly by all those who loved her. I’m grateful she was family.
    Tamera Norona

  2. Allen Mortuary on behalf of Earl Ansley says

    To Renee’s family and friends,

    Renee has been a “daughter-in-law” to me for over twenty years. In spite of life’s twists and turns, we have maintained contact, sharing in her joy raising Fritz through graduating High School, She’s kept me informed of her challenges, successes and sometimes disappointments. I’ll always cherish the fact that while she loved her father deeply, she also continued to call me “Dad.” Renee was the proudest mother I know, of her son Fritz, constantly providing me photos of his sports activities and recent graduation from hight school.

    I will miss her dearly and am deeply saddened by her untimely passing,

    My deepest condolences to her immediate family and friends,

    With deepest sympathy,

    Earl Ansley

  3. Julie Von Berckefeldt says

    Darlene and Family, my thoughts are with you during this difficult time. What I remember most about Renee was her gentle smile and warm temperament, and how much you quietly adored your sister, Darlene. Sincerely, Julie Von Berckefeldt

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