The family of Rene G. Rendon will gather for praise and worship and visitation at 6:00 PM on Friday, September 3, 2021, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Services will be celebrated in honor of Rene’s life of 50 years at 2:00 PM on Saturday, September 4, 2021, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. He passed on Friday, August 27, 2021. We invite you to view the live-streamed service here on this page, sign his virtual guestbook, and download his memorial keepsake folder to your device for printing.On September 15, 1970, Rene was born to Jesse and Rosemary Rendon in Levelland, TX. He was 50 years old. He married the love his life, Lucy Barboza, on January 9, 1993. Rene was a very loving, giving, and caring individual. He loved and adored his family, Lucy, Miranda, Joel, Valerie, Elias & all his grandchildren meant the world to him & he was very proud of all of them.He served three years in the Navy from 1989-1991 & was a Gulf war veteran.Rene served in his church as a deacon for 15 years and worked in the kid’s ministry for 14 years. He made a great impact on the lives of those kids. An important thing to remember about Rene is that it didn’t matter how tired he was or even if he was busy, I know that I, or anyone in this room, could count on him being there. Rene took after his late father, Jessie, with a passion for rebuilding cars. He loved going to Anton to work on his dad’s classic Ford Fair Lane. He also enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. One thing we all know about him is that he was a character and loved to make people laugh. It was no secret the type of person Rene was. His girls have proof on video! Everyone who knew Rene, I’m sure, has a story to tell about him. His relationship with everyone was unique. Rene will be greatly missed, especially the big heart he had for people. We all know he is looking down on us, especially me right now and probably saying, “I’m taller than you.” He would always say when he got to heaven that he’d be at least 6’2. He had a great sense of humor. We can say with confidence that we know where he’s spending eternity and reuniting with his dad & other loved ones. We know we will see him again one day but as for now we’re not saying goodbye, it’s always see you later.Survivors include his wife, Lucy Rendon; daughters; Miranda (Joel) Torres, and Valerie (Elias) Alvarado; grandchildren, Jaxyn Alvarado, Avianna Lopez, Aisley Alvarado, Everett Alvarado and Jeremiah Torres; his mother Rosemary Rendon; and brother Jay (Nancy) Rendon.He was preceded in death by his father, Jesse Rendon, and his sister, Vivian Rendon.