The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire

 

“I’M FREE” DON’T GRIEVE FOR ME NOW I’M FREE. I’M FOLLOWING THE PATH GOD LAID FOR ME. MY LIFE’S BEEN FULL, I SAVORED MUCH, GOOD FRIENDS, GOOD TIMES, A LOVED ONES TOUCH. PERHAPS MY TIME SEEMED ALL TOO BRIEF, DON’T LENGTHEN IT WITH UNDUE GRIEF. LIFT UP YOUR HEARTS AND SHARE WITH ME, GOD WANTED ME NOW, HE SET ME FREE! 

 

Mr. Morris Rentie, Sr, transitioned to glory on October 6th, 2020. Rentie was born April 13th, 1934 to Fred Rentie and Beatrice Hodge Rentie. Rentie graduated from the Tulsa Booker T. Washington Senior High School 1954.

Rentie was a hardworking man always keeping his family first. He worked at American Airlines, South-West Tube Manufacturing and later retired from Union High School as certified painter.

Rentie was a longtime member of First Baptist Church North Tulsa under the direction of Pastor Anthony Scott.

Over 150 combined years of friendship (l-r) Morris Rentie, Sr. (Retired Union Public Schools), Atty. James O. Goodwin (Publisher The Oklahoma Eagle) and Washington Rucker (International Jazz Recording Artist). (Photo courtesy of JG Media)

Rentie leaves to cherish in his memory his wife Orvalette K. Rentie, daughter Marcia Rentie Crooms and son Morris Rentie Jr., grandchildren, Marlon Alexander, Monique Rentie Coleman, Mariah Rentie, Morris Rentie III. Please Keep The Family in Your Prayers.