In Memory

Renee Catone - Class Of 1975

Renee Catone



 
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06/14/09 08:52 AM #1    

Christian Hurst (1974)

I am sad to learn that Renee has passed away. She was always such a bundle of energy and talent. I have missed her smile, upbeat attitude, and ever engaging personality. May God bless and keep her.

04/03/10 03:11 PM #2    

Debbie Massari (Rourke) (1975)

Renee was one of my best friends while going to Pacific. She was so talented and we were so silly. I can still her her voice singing in the girls bathroom or up on the stage. She may now be "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" but her strong spirit will be with me forever. I'm sure she touched all who had the joy to see her in "Auntie Mame". I love you Renee.

05/19/10 11:59 AM #3    

Chris Miller (Ramirez) (1975)

I knew Renee since 2nd grade at James Madison elementary. Her and I were roomates up until I got married in Sept. of 1984. I lost contact with her and was shocked when I learned of her passing. She was a happy person who always made me laugh. My heart goes out to her family.


07/06/11 10:12 PM #4    

Donna Turner (Lyle) (1975)

I was fortunate to play daughter Gypsy to the wonderful Renee Catone's Mama Rose. She owned that part! She was such a natural talent, natural performer and comedienne. I still can't believe she's gone. A year ago I got my chance to play Mama Rose and dedicated every performance to Renee who made it all look so easy, who could reliably tear up the stage with her power and brilliance. She was a truly amazing person and left an indelible mark on my life. She will shine forever in our memories, forever spot-light bright, always center stage, her gift never fading.


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