Dean Joseph Rendell
Dean Joseph Rendell

Cincinnati - Dean Joseph Rendell, 75, of Cincinnati passed away on Wednesday, February 24, with his daughter and son-in-law by his side. Born in 1945 in Champaign, IL, Dean grew up in Trenton, New Jersey and as a young man relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio where he met his wife, Zola Rendell (Harris).

Dean was a wonderful and kind man who lived his life with integrity, strength, and deep love for family and friends. Funny and generous, Dean was a devoted husband, father, brother, and friend. Dean was a member of the Newspring Church in Springboro, Ohio and had a love for nursing home ministry. Ever a fighter, Dean faced his last days with no fear due to his deep faith. Loving father to daughter Jennifer Dye and son-in-law Floyd; brother to Beth Ann Abbott and Vicki Rendell; and cherished friend to many.

Due to COVID restrictions and for safety purposes, a celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made in his name to either to the American Lung Association or to his church Newspring. "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." 2 Timothy 4:7.



Published by The Cincinnati Enquirer from Mar. 2 to Mar. 7, 2021.
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He was a friendly and faithful man. He will be missed.
Mickey Click
Friend
March 8, 2021
Dean was an incredible church member and friend. He made a point to always connect with me and let me know how much he cared for me. And I did the same to him. He would always send me his personal reflections of how the sermon impacted him. He loved God and had high esteem for His Word. He was an incredible thinker, and his mind was sharp. He was always encouraging me as a pastor. I will greatly miss him. Dean, I love you, and I can't wait until we meet again in heaven. I'm sure you are enjoying heaven and being with Zola again. Love you, Bro! Pastor Shannon.
Shannon Wooten
Friend
March 6, 2021
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