Renee Patrick-Nod, a long time member of UTA and its predecessor, CTA, has died of GIST.
Renee served on the UTA Board as Secretary, for years. She was a devoted supporter of UTA, always providing donations at every UTA conference and dinner.
“She was a dear friend and one of the sweetest and kindest people I have had the pleasure to know and call my friend”, said Linda Kidder Adleson. “I have known Renee over 40 years. Renee was loved by all that met her. She loved to travel and go to new places. She loved old movies and rock and roll.”
“I knew Renee for nearly 30 years, and was lucky to call her my friend”, said Ani Ghahreman. “She was the type of person that had a tremendous impact on all who got to know her. She was very caring and kind, and her smile lit up rooms. I will always cherish our friendship both professionally and personally. My deepest sympathies go to her family and friends; I will miss her with all my heart.”
Renee worked for T.D. Service Company both in the foreclosure area and then was crucial in the initiation of Trustee’s Assistance Corporation (TAC). She worked in excess of 40 years for the TD family. She retired from the industry just this year.
Renee is survived by her two children, Denise Patrick-Juhl and Kevin Patrick, as well as four grandchildren, a son-in-law, David Juhl and a sister. Her dogs Ginger and Maggie have been adopted by Denise and David.