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August 14, 2018

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November 11, 2017
I am mentally, emotionally and physically ill from hearing about Renee's passing. I can't imagine how you, as family, must feel. I'm so very and truly sorry for your (and OUR) loss. Unfortunately, I only JUST heard about it late last night because I quit driving for Radio Cab in 2015 but I was in the area last night and decided to pop in and shoot the breeze with one of the gas station attendants and he told me.
So... I obviously met Renee at Radio Cab and, to be honest, we had more of a "good acquaintances" relationship but I liked her, A LOT, as a person because (as I know you know) she was ALWAYS quick to smile. Or laugh. Or tell a funny/cynical/inappropriate joke (also known as My Favorite). She was the PERFECT amount of sarcastic and, basically, seemed to: Enjoy. Living. Life.
She would frequently take time off from driving cab to travel and/or explore and/or go on adventures and would be gone from the Radio Cab garage juuuuust long enough to fall into the "out of sight, out of mind" category and then: *POOF!* she'd reappear at the key box in the garage, ready to drive, like she'd never been gone; except that she'd regale whomever was around with a virtual raconteur's bag full of stories of her travels. I, frequently, seemed to be around for these tales and once she built up steam and got goin' I CLEARLY wasn't going anywhere 'til she was either done with her story or... just done. With me. With the moment. With (what seemed like) Everything.
She was endlessly entertaining, intelligent, creative, and talented and had this positive, boundless, energy that issued forth from her, filled the room and felt good to be around.
Another thing about Renee that I REALLY liked was, she frequently walked around with this wry look on her face like... SHE (and SHE, alone) was privy to some esoteric knowledge... wasn't gonna share "It" with anyone... and THAT seemed to amuse her; akin to being the only one in the room who was in-on The Joke, if that makes ANY sense, whatsoever...? It does to me and, trust me, it's meant as a compliment. It went hand-in-hand with the confidence she exuded at all times!
Lastly, the Salted-Lemon-Juice-In-The-Wound, for me, is that I found out too late to attend any service held for her AND that she's interred in Boise, so I'm unable to visit her place of rest. I hope there was a wonderful celebration of her life & times.
Well, there ye have it: my Minor tribute to the Major being that
Was...
Is... and
Shall Be:

Renee Beus.

I apologize for the poorly-written, cliché-riddled pap this was but it all flew out of my misery-laden brain, spontaneously.
And we all ARE better for having known her but worse for having lost her. The World o'er...
Lance
October 21, 2017
I am so sorry for your loss. May Almighty God who "binds up the brokenhearted" and "comforts all who mourn" sustain your family during this challenging time. (Isaiah 61:1,2) With heartfelt sympathy to you and your family.
October 18, 2017
i met Renee 15 Years Ago why i first started working with radio cab. she was a really sweet person and she will be Miss Very Much. Thank you for being a good friend.
October 18, 2017
In sorrow we mourn those we lost. In gratitude we embrace those around us. In love we trust God who wants us to throw all our cares, worries or anxieties on him because he cares for you. - 1 Peter 5:6,7

~D.Reynolds