Saturday, January 1, 2022

 Rene’ Denise King

Rene’ Denise King (Bantle), 55 of Fowlerville, Michigan passed away Monday, Dec. 27, 2021 at St. Joesph Hospital in Ann Arbor with her two beloved sons by her side. Rene’ was born March 19, 1966 in Howell, Michigan to Ronald Lee Bantle and Judith Ann Epley. She attended Hartland High School, graduating in 1984 and continuing her college education graduating with her Associate’s Degree in Accounting.

Rene’ retired from McDonald’s Corporation after 25 years. Those years with McDonald's included countless hours in her management positions helping to open stores in new locations or being placed in a store needing some TLC. Rene’ excelled at those challenges.

To see true love for children you just needed to look into her eyes. The pride and joy and love of her life were her own, Adam and Jacob. But, it didn’t stop there. If there was a baby to be held or baby shower to attend, then Rene’ was there with open arms.

Her love for others was extended through her years of service with the Bethany Bible Baptist Food Pantry. She gave her heart and soul unconditionally to her family, friends and strangers. That was our Ney.

Rene’s family she leaves behind are her sons Adam King, Jacob (fiancé Breanna Fisher) King, mom and step-dad Judy and Rich Harmon, dad and step-mom Ronald and Caroline Bantle, her mother-in-law Nancy King, dear friend Mike King, sisters Lisa (Joe) O’Donnell and Leah (Jerry) Morcom, step-brothers Steve Greene and Brian (Shelly) Greene, and step-sister Terri (Kevin) Cornell.

Rene’ was preceded in death by her brother Rodrick Bantle, grandparents Wilton and Helen Bantle, Richard and Ollie Epley (Hitchcock), uncle Gary Epley and dearest friend Buddy Storie.

Rene’s life was a true testament of her love for her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Visitation was held on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. until the funeral service time at 1:00 p.m. Burial followed at Pioneer Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Herrmann Funeral Home. Online condolences may be expressed at

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