Kenai resident, Ms. Renetta Darlene (Moles) Seaberg, 81, died Monday, July 19, 2021, at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna with her family by her side.
A memorial service will be held 12:00 noon, Saturday, July 24, 2021, at Kenai Christian Church – 104 McKinley Street – Kenai, Alaska. A potluck reception will follow the service at the Church. Pastor Adam Meyers will be officiating.
Renetta was born October 1, 1939, in Fresno, California. She graduated high school and furthered her education and received a business degree. Renetta moved to Alaska in 1967 living in Soldotna and Seward before making Kenai her home. She worked for the Riverside House, 4 Royal Parkers, was a school bus driver, and was the first woman hired in a field position for the Swanson River Oil Field. She was a member of the Kenai Christian Church in Kenai. Renetta coordinated the 1st Polar Bear Plunge in Seward and started the 1st Girls Softball League on the Kenai Peninsula. She enjoyed softball, bowling, bridge, playing games with the family, and learning Spanish for when she resided in Cabo, Mexico.
The family wrote," Renny had an infectious sense of humor that entertained the entire family, with a big laugh that was punctuated by guffaws and snorting. She journeyed through life with a big heart that always made room for one more. No matter the circumstances of hardship and difficulties she never complained, but rather lead with unmatched grace, a positive attitude and faith in Christ. Renny was a true leader in all endeavors of career, community, and family. She is loved by all and will be deeply missed until we have that heavenly reunion.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Willburn (Denver Bill) and Merrilyn Moles; sisters, Denny, Carol and Chris; and daughter, Lori Robinson.
She is survived by her children, Bob Hensler Jr. of Soldotna, Susan (David) Lee of Kenai, Sandy (Jeff) Dallmann of Hendersonville, TN, Jack Robinson of Soldotna and sister, Nedra of Fresno, CA.
Grandchildren, Laura Christian and Jenna Hensler of Soldotna, Justin Hensler of Kenai, Kiefer Watson of Kenai, Josh Smith of Lexington, KY, Rachel Whitaker of Nashville, TN, Mikailyn Lee of Gallatin, TN, Nick Lee of Nikiski, Crystal Locke of Kenai, Jennifer Lowery of Texas and Sarah Burns of Kenai and many other great and great great-grandchildren.
Memorial donations may be made in memory of Renetta to The Los Cabos Missions for Christ. https://loscabosmissions.square.site/#nPFfmv
Arrangements made by Peninsula Memorial Chapel & Crematory.
Published by Peninsula Clarion on Jul. 25, 2021.