Obituary of Millard David Renfrow
Millard David Renfrow, 83, know as M.D., was born to the late Millard Decatur and Naomi Rhodes Renfrow on February 24, 1935 in Dallas, Texas. M. D. passed away October 22, 2018 in Livingston, Texas.
M.D. met his wife and love of his life, Weetau Sharon Cummings, when they both went to work at the 5 and 10 Store the same day on the day before Mother’s Day in 1951. They married after high school graduation June 9, 1953 and celebrated 65 years of marriage. M. D. was a devout Christian from the age of 16. He served as a deacon for 28 years and an elder for 8. He also served as a part time missionary traveling to Omsk, Russia twice and Ireland once. He was employed by Delta Airline for 35 ½ years and a school bus driver for 18 years. After retiring from Delta, he moved to Woodville in 2012. M. D. loved all his extended family and planned reunions for them for years. He gleefully made haunted houses and had hay rides.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a son, Keith Dwayne Renfrow.
M. D. is survived by his loving wife of 65 years, Weetau Sharon Renfrow; sons, Mark David Renfrow and wife, Gina and Michael Darren Renfrow; daughter-in-law, Terrie Renfrow; grandchildren, Elizabeth Renfrow Bauer and husband, Brian, Alyson Renfrow-Sheard, Sacha Renfrow Heflin and husband, Rob, Linda Belcher Basil and husband, Henry, Justin Belcher and Susan Wardle; great grandchildren, Keith A. Bauer and wife, Tiffany, Brianna Bauer Bassett and husband, Kody, Joshua Renfrow, Lily Sheard, Sofia Heflin, Keagan Heflin, Kirsten Swope and husband, Austen, Zoe Basil, Hunter Wardle and Alyssa Wardle; great, great grandchildren, Grayson Dwayne Bassett, Landon Wardle, Michael Keith Bauer and Layton Swope; and numerous other family members and friends.
Funeral service will be held Saturday, October 27, 2018, at 3 pm at the Woodville Church of Christ with Brother Keith Bellamy and Brother Michael Miller officiating. Burial will follow at the Camp Ground Cemetery in Woodville. Visitation will begin Saturday from 1 pm until the time of the service.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Web Chapel Missions c/o Web Chapel Church of Christ, 13425 Web Chapel Rd, Dallas, Tx 75234.