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Renae Willett-Towns

April 1, 1968 February 4, 2009
Renae Willett-Towns
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Obituary for Renae Willett-Towns

Renae Antoinette Willett-Towns, 40 of Prince Frederick, MD, died Wednesday, February 4, 2009 at her residence.She was born April 1, 1968 in Prince Frederick, Maryland to the late Herbert Willett and the late Mabel Gross Willett. She was the youngest of thirteen children. Renae, known by many as "Nae" and "PuddinTang" was a loving mother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend. She graduated from Calvert High School in 1986 and then attended the Baltimore Institute of Cosmetology.She was employed with Spring Dell Center as a Training Specialist and worked briefly at Wendy's. She later worked at McDonald's where she met and married Christopher Towns on April 30, 2004. She was a manager at McDonald's until her illness. After extensive treatment and a lot of prayer Renae's cancer went into remission and in 2005, Renae and Chris started their business in Owings, MD. The caf was known for home-cooked meals and tasty lunch specials. She greeted everyone with "Hi, Welcome to the Cafe`". Renae ran her business until her health no longer allowed her to work. She enjoyed shopping, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends. She was a member of Greater Mt.Zion Church in Prince Frederick, MD.Renae leaves to cherish her memories, husband, Christopher Towns; three loving sons, Marvin Hill, III, Deonta Hill, and Tyson Johnson; an adopted daughter, Teneeshia Hurley (Teedy); 6 sisters, Rose, Brenda, Sheila, and Zera Willett, Ann Smith (husband, James), and Glenda Stepney (husband, Kim); 6 brothers, Calvin, Herbert (wife, Sharon), Archie(wife, Catherine), Austin, Marcus (wife, Wanda), and Leon(wife, Shedina) Willett; 6 aunts, Elizabeth, Estella, Loretta, and Gertrude Willett, Celesta Mackall, and Queenie Kyler; 15 nieces; 14 nephews; 11 great-nieces; 14 great-nephews; a Godson, Oscar J. Chew, III; mother and father-in-law, Flauie Jean and Daniel Towns, Sr.; a host of other relatives and friends. She also leaves a special friend who was also a mother, Mildred Hill. Renae's body fought its toughest battles until her soul finally found a place of eternal rest.


Carroll Western Cemetery Barstow Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678 (map/driving directions)


10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. at Greater Mt. Zion Church 3170 German Chapel Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678 on Tuesday, February 10, 2009 (map/driving directions)


11:00 A.M. at Greater Mt. Zion Church 3170 German Chapel Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678 on Tuesday, February 10, 2009 (map/driving directions)


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