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Renee A. Peterson

May 27, 1933 — April 28, 2024

Renee A. Peterson passed away peacefully in her home on April 28, 2024 and into the arms of our Lord Jesus Christ. Renee was born to Alta Stamm/Montgomery and John Albert Clark in Yacolt, Washington on May 27, 1933. In college she majored in theology and music. Growing up in a musical family, she loved music and God. Her family had a radio program and she previously performed as a singer in a group called “The Statuettes.’ She was a successful Motivational Speaker and in her work life she served in multiple positions, including Regional Account Manager and Industry Relations Western U.S. for CBI/Equifax for over 20 years and was President of Credit Women International. Since moving to Rogue River, Oregon, over 40 years ago, she immediately began what was to become many years of local volunteer work including the Chamber of Commerce, Woodville Museum, Community Center, founder of a local group called TOPS-Take off Pounds Sensibly, coordinating local fundraisers and Food Bank donations, and she founded a local chapter of the Red Hats Ladies (River Belles.) She attributed most of her success and what she did to her faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

She was preceded in death by her parents and six siblings. She was survived by her husband, Leonard “Pete” Peterson, her children, Sherri Masterson (Joe), Gary Peterson (Lisa), Terri Cox (Bruce), her step-son Jim Peterson (Christie), and multiple grandchildren, great grandchildren, a great-great grandchild, cousins, and nieces/nephews.

Renee’s lively, loving and positive personality will be dearly missed by all friends and family.






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