Dawn Renee’ Elliott

Dawn RElliott Photo1enee’ Elliott, of League City, passed away on Sunday, September 21, 2014 at the age of 56. She was born on February 3, 1958 in Cisco, Texas to Clyde and Betty Maynard. Renee’ was a woman who had a vivacious personality, a caring heart, and an unforgettable laugh. She made the most out of every situation, always seeing the bright side. Renee’ enjoyed any activity that involved her children or grandchildren; mom and grandma were her proudest names. In her most recent years, she developed a green thumb and loved working in her garden. She was preceded in death by her husband Denny, parents Clyde and Betty and brother Randy. She is survived by her daughter Meagan Schiflett and self proclaimed son in law Nolan, son Colby Black and wife Lauren, grandchildren Alexis and Caiden and numerous other loving family and friends. A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 2 o’clock at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main Street, League City, Texas 77573 with Pastor Bob Grimes officiating.


  1. Renee was my sisters best friend growing up. She used to bathe me in our kitchen sink when I was a baby. She was my big sister growing up and taught me so much about the woman species. LOL I have many many awesome memories of both Linda (my sister)and Renee. I’m sure right now both Linda (my sister died 10 years ago) and Renee are reuniting in Heaven. I miss them both!! I visited with Renee last week on the phone and hung up with an I love you and for that I’m grateful.

    stoney grimes
  2. Our family wants to express our condolences to you and your family. This is such a sad time and our love and prayers are with you all. Renee was such a loving mother to her children and grandchildren; she was so blessed! May your love and memories of your mom and the times you had together be with you always. We are here for all of you. God be with all of you!

    Sandra Leahey & family
  3. I met Renee’ shortly after Denny passed away. He wanted her to buy herself a home, and I was the lucky lady that she contacted.
    I knew within minutes of meeting her, that she was my kind of people.
    We stayed in touch after she purchased her home, and I am so glad we did. Boy did she make me laugh, and me her. We were trouble together.
    I know for a fact she loved and adored her children and grandchildren.
    I also know that she is in heaven watching us all, and she would not want us to be sad, but the sadness comes from not getting to see her anymore.
    I love you NaNa! And I will miss your wonderful spirit!

    Melissa McFarland
  4. My prayers for your family and relatives at this time of sorrow. Renee was a school friend whom I met in junior high school at Mann and continued our school years at Abilene High. She had a bubbly personality and was always smiling. We went our separate ways after graduating high school but renewed our friendship on Facebook. She has a loving family and lots of friends who remember her and her laughter and smile. God and the angels in heaven rejoiced when Renee joined them up there!!! She will be greatly missed by all who knew her and I want to say that I am praying for you Colby and Meagan. God bless you and remember your momma will always be with you in your heart and with every sunrise and sunset and every rainbow you see in the sky.

    Mary Gonzalez
  5. Dear Family, I offer my deepest condolences for your devastating loss. May you be comforted by God’s loving promise to be reunited together again in the future Paradise. God is very aware of the pain and the many tears that you cry. Please be consoled by his loving promise at Acts 24:15. You’re in my prayers. (Revelation 21:4, 5)

  6. Colby, I don’t know if you remember me because the last time we saw each other you were about 8. Your mom and I ran around together during the mid-80s. We shared some wonderful times that I truly cherish. I am so very sorry for you loss. As you know, Renee was a very special lady, and I was so thrilled to have reconnected with her in the last couple of years on Facebook. I am so very sorry for this tragic loss. Know that my thoughts are with all of you.

    Jill Singletary

    Jill Singletary
  7. Renee was my cousin. Her parents, Clyde and Betty were my favorite uncle and aunt. They were so much fun to be around. Renee got that bubbling personality from them. She was so sweet. I baby sat her a lot when she was little. Over the years, though I live in Tulsa, it has been special to have blood kin who you love to talk to occasionally and just know she cared. I miss her something awful.–Danny Boatman

    Danny Boatman

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