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Stephen Vance Renshaw, M.D., died at home on November 7, 2022. Memorial Service: 11am Monday, November 28, 2022, at First Baptist Church of Benbrook. Flowers may be sent to First Baptist Church of Benbrook, 1015 McKinley St., Benbrook, Texas, 76126 or donations to Tunnel To Towers Foundation (t2t.org).
Vance was born on October 13, 1958, in Baltimore, Maryland, to Sally Marie Tull Renshaw and Charles Lucius Renshaw. He was the eldest son of four children; his siblings are sister Lisa, brother Scott, and sister Julie. His parents relocated the family to Fort Worth, Texas, upon his father’s completion of medical school and residency. Vance attended high school at Trinity Valley School, Fort Worth. He earned his BA in English Literature from Tulane University; BS in Biology from the University of Texas at Arlington; Doctor of Medicine at Tulane University School of Medicine; and internship of General Surgery, Baylor University. He was a Board-Certified Emergency Room Physician as a graduate of the Henry Ford Emergency Room Program, Detroit, Michigan.
Vance married the love of his life, Rebecca LeBlanc, on April 14, 1993. Their passion for medicine and helping others was the foundation of their 30 amazing years together. Additionally, he was an avid hunter, musician, incredibly intelligent, a storyteller, enjoyed politics, and loved his home, family, his country, and the outdoors.
Vance is survived by his wife, Rebecca; their children, Kalah, Sean, and Chelsea; Lisa Patenaude and husband, Mark; their children, Lucius, Adrian, and Andy; Scott Renshaw and his daughter, Olivia; and Julie Weber and husband, Stephen; and their children, Charles and Olivia. In all, he had six grandchildren: Brayden, Stephen, Isabella, Tripp, Kasin, and Levi.
Vance was a man of faith and the rock of his family. He will be greatly missed.
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