Renae Nicole Wilson, age 46, passed away peacefully June 5th, 2018, with her loving parents by her side in Myrtle Creek, OR. She was born January 13, 1972, in Roseburg, OR, to Ron and Sue Wilson.

Her greatest joy in life was her son Chance Wilson; wife, Yen; and precious grandson, Cooper.

Renae worked as a cook at various restaurants, always enjoying the people she met. Friends and family were very dear to her and held a special place in her heart. She was best known for her free spirit, her love of nature and her kind heart. Renae loved going camping and spent many weekends enjoying her campfires in the woods, on the North Umpqua River and the Oregon coast. Rocks were always special to her and she collected them everywhere she went for years.

Renae is now at peace and resting in the arms of her grandmothers.

Survivors include her son, Chance Wilson; wife, Yen; grandson, Cooper; parents, Ron and Sue Wilson; brother, Corey Wilson; niece, Altara; nephew, Monty; great-niece, Braelynn; partner, David Hayes; as well as several uncles and aunts; numerous cousins and many friends. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Bill and Suzanne Coffey and Floyd and Vivian Cavaner; uncles, John, Floyd Jr., Daniel (Butch) Cavaner; aunts, Kathleen and Carolyn Cavaner; and cousins, Troy and Debbie.

A special thank you to Hospice and especially to Rev. Sabin for his caring prayers and comfort he shared with Renae.

A celebration of life will be held at Millsite Park in Myrtle Creek on June 24th, 2018, at 2 o'clock. Potluck will follow. Please bring your lawn chairs.

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