Family Login:

Renee Antoinette Jones

Renee Antoinette Jones
  • August 1, 1958 - September 17, 2021
  • Charleston, South Carolina

Share This Obituary
Resources

Arrangements made by

J. Henry Stuhr West Ashley Chapel

3360 Glenn McConnell Parkway
Charleston, SC 29414
Get Directions

Profile of J. Henry Stuhr West Ashley Chapel

View Phone Number
View Fax Number

Send Flowers
 Local Florists


Memories & Candles

“I love you Mama nae! You touched so many lives and definitely changed mine since I was 8 years old. You never treated me like a step child, u raised...Read More »
1 of 16 | Posted by: Michelle - Newport News, VA

“Mrs Renee You Well forever and always be in my heart I appreciate it you why you see all of us thank you for being loving and kind Sharing yeah...Read More »
2 of 16 | Posted by: Nicole Kempson - Yonkers, NY

“Remembering Renee's beautiful smile and kind friendly spirit. She loved her family so much! ”
3 of 16 | Posted by: Cathy - Work

“My deepest condolences to the Wayne's family ”
4 of 16 | Posted by: Keisha Nelson - Stone mountain, GA

“Dear Renee, The family has lost your presence for now, I will always remember your beautiful smile and cheerful disposition. You can rest now with...Read More »
5 of 16 | Posted by: Gayle Marks - Rock Hill, SC

“RIP Renee,rest easy old schoolmate, neighborhood friend and mother of my nephew Brian, left too early. ”
6 of 16 | Posted by: Warren Binford - Bay Shore, NY

“Blood made us family but our love made us best friends. Life will not be the same without you . I love you Renee . R.I.P ”
7 of 16 | Posted by: Andrea Spratley - Elizabeth City, NC

“Deepest and sincere condolences. ”
8 of 16 | Posted by: Waju Akiwowo - Philadelphia, PA

“To the family: I'm so sorry and shock to learn the passing of Renee. We worked together 11yrs ago at the Charleston VA. May God be with you. ”
9 of 16 | Posted by: Vendola Lawrence - Dayton, OH

“I´ve daydreamed many times how I was going to thank you for sharing your beautiful family with me. I´ve said it a million times and I´ll say it a...Read More »
10 of 16 | Posted by: Joanne Lee

“So distressed to her about sweet, dear Renee's Passing. I spent many special hours with her during her Habitat Home Process. She certainly left very...Read More »
11 of 16 | Posted by: MARITZA ZEISEL - JOHNS ISLAND, SC

“I am so shock in the passing of a neighbor as friend. I pray for our children as grandchildren.Love you Ms. Renee. ”
12 of 16 | Posted by: Robert Arrington - Charleston, SC

“I am saddened and shocked. Ms. Renee was such a sweet lady and great neighbor. My prayers go out to her family ”
13 of 16 | Posted by: Renee Gathers - Charleston, SC

“Renee was the sweetest and kindest person I have ever met. She was always so positive and she loved her family dearly. Her smile would light up any...Read More »
14 of 16 | Posted by: Pam - Work

“Renee was a very sweet and kind woman. I will miss her beautiful smile. Rest in Peace. My heartfelt sympathy to her family and friends. ”
15 of 16 | Posted by: Zandria - Work

“Renee words can not express how much Im going to miss you! You are a Beautiful soul and was like a Mother to us All! I will never forget your smile,...Read More »
16 of 16 | Posted by: Sharaka


Renee Antoinette Jones, 63, of Charleston, South Carolina, entered into eternal rest on Friday, September 17, 2021. Her funeral service will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2021, in the J. Henry Stuhr Inc., West Ashley Chapel, 3360 Glenn McConnell Pkwy, at 2:30 pm. The family will receive friends in the West Ashley Chapel prior to the service, beginning at 1:00 pm.

The service will be livestreamed and available to view by visiting https://youtu.be/s6cmx0bincg

Renee was born August 1, 1958 in Bronx, New York, the eldest daughter of Sylvia Juanita Robinson and the late Richard Louis Waynes. She was raised primarily in Teaneck, New Jersey where she thrived under the guidance of her mother Sylvia and late father Eddie C Robinson. She graduated Teaneck High School and relocated to Brooklyn New York in 1979 to attend Long Island University where she majored in nursing and minored in biology before moving back to the Bronx. Renee had a lustrous career, starting off as a beautician and later becoming an EMT. She started at the Spinal Cord Unit at the VA Hospital, and finally retired as a Phlebotomist Tech at the VA Hospital in South Carolina.

She had a strong love for family, firearms, babies and small animal. She was known to have a welcome, open door policy. She always had an open heart, a big smile, and of course, good food to match. Renee taught her kids and grandkids the true meaning of giving and selflessness. Our Mother was also quite the social butterfly and had amassed numerous friendships over the years which stretched throughout the World. She was a woman who was always open to trying new things and stressed to us the importance of experiencing the great beauty and treasures the world has to offer. She always saw a glass as being half full as opposed to empty and preferred to search for the good in everyone.

"Mommy was such a hard worker and did her job with a smile. She took joy in being called a "person greeter," because whether you were having a bad day or not, she would still reach out and say "hello". Her genuine love for people is a lasting memory. Her smile would make you smile, her pain would make you hurt, and her jokes would make you laugh."

Our mother is survived by her mother, Mrs. Sylvia Robinson; sister Gina Waynes; preceded in death by her brother, Richard Waynes and father Eddie Robinson; survived by children: Brian Waynes, Erica Perry, Jillian Waynes (Darryl), Matthew Waynes (Khayla), Ebony Waynes, Danielle Rondon-Fernandez (Carlos) and Justin Rondon (Destiny) Grandchildren Sylvia, Naiyh, Brian ZL and Rachel Waynes, Sierra "Princess Pooh" and Patrione "Cornbread" Perry, Darryl "DJ" Baker, Jason, Tierra, Destiny and Zyaire Robinson, London and Aniyah Waynes, Ariel "Diva", Brenden, Carlos "CJ" Fernandez Jr, and Josiah "Butterbean" Rondon; cousins, great grandchildren nieces and nephew: Kristin Scott, Kourtey Keesley, Crystal Brooks and Anthony Waynes

Forever in our hearts

We Love you Mom