Eugene Renzi i Obituary, Death – On July 12, 2023, Ann Renzi Haynes passed away as a result of heart cancer. Joyce and Dr. Eugene Renzi had Ann in Wurzburg, Germany, on April 17, 1962. Following her discharge, Ann enrolled in the Watertown Intensive Health Care. Ann was able to achieve great success at Phillips Exeter Academy. After graduating from St. Lawrence University, she found a job in New York City with Teachers Insurance, which is now known as TIAA. She gave up working in order to care for her disabled daughter once she retired. The Apawamis Golf Club and the American Yacht Club in Rye, New York, were Ann’s lifelong clubs.
She was outstanding in the sports of golf, tennis, and paddle tennis. Ann visited Croatia, Barcelona, Prague, Aruba, Barbados, and Tanzania. In 2006, she collaborated on the book “Love You, Mean It” with three other 9/11 widows. Ann was a supporter of organizations such as PANCAN, Abilis, the W. Ward Haynes Scholarship at Rye High School, the American Red Cross, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Ann’s only surviving family members are TJ (Kaitlyn) Smith, Billy Haynes, Katherine, and Michael. Her brothers Eugene (Kris) and David (Jessica),
her sister Jennifer (Bo) Kelly, her brother-in-law Phil Gadsden, and a large number of nieces and nephews all made it through her passing unscathed. Her parents, Dr. Eugene and Joyce Renzi, are among the survivors. Her daughter Elizabeth Haynes, husband Ward Haynes, and sister Laurie Renzi Gadsden met her in heaven.
Rye, NY The Graham Funeral Home will be open from 4 to 7 pm on July 17. A Christian funeral service will be held at the Church of the Resurrection in Rye, New York, on the 18th of July at 10 am. A funeral service will be held later in the day in Ann’s hometown of Watertown, New York. The family would rather get the message “Love you, mean it” than flowers. Donations made to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.