Obituary of Renae Bethea
Renae Bethea, 63 of Sicklerville, New Jersey, departed this earthly life on Thursday May 7, 2020, from Jefferson Hospital of Cherry Hill, New Jersey due to complications caused by the COVID-19 virus. She was born April 24, 1957, in Philadelphia Pennsylvania to Dorothy and Samuel Jackson, Sr. As a small girl, she attended the William B. Donini Elementary School in Landisville, New Jersey. She attended the Camden County College where she received her Associate's degree in psychology. In 1996, she moved to Sicklerville, NJ where she resided until she was taken ill in 2010, and had to place herself convulsant in AristaCare at Cherry Hill. Renae enjoyed life. She found great pleasure: traveling; driving; and making various arts and crafts. She loved making little trinkets for anyone she adored. She also drove a bus for several bus companies and charter buses out of Philadelphia to Atlantic City NJ. Education was a joy and love to Renae. She enjoyed reading, and watching a good old classic movie on TCM. Renae was a member of the Christ Care Unit Missionary Baptist Church in Sicklerville NJ. She really enjoyed the services with the Bishop Robert F. Hargrove. She loved the Lord. She was full of life and happiness until her health got the better of her. Renae as a mother, grandmother, sister and aunt will truly be missed by all who loved her. She is predeceased by: her parents; grandparents; son; Waddell Hannah, Jr.; and brother, Tony Curtis Jackson. She leaves to cherish her everlasting memories of peace, love and happiness to: her beloved children, Wendell J. Hannah of Vineland, New Jersey and Yolanda L. Martin of Delair, New Jersey, three grandchildren; Wandile E. Hannah, Nikiwe N. E. Hannah all of Vineland, New Jersey and Keoni Hannah of Dallas, Texas; the father of her children; Waddell Hannah, Sr.; her brothers, Samuel Jackson, Edwin Jackson, Shane Jackson and David Jackson and their wives; Kim Jackson, Sandra Shaw-Jackson and Audessa Jackson; her two sisters; Jae Jackson-Allen and her husband, Reginald G. Allen, and Debra Ann Jackson; uncle, Alex Bryson and his wife, LT; and aunts, Carmen Wiggins and Monya Evans, and a host of other relatives and friends. Renae was always referred to as a "renegade" by her siblings. We laughed and joked with each other all the time she will be deeply missed by all of us. Arrangements entrusted to Greenidge Funeral Homes, Inc., Atlantic City, where condolences may be left at: www.greenidgefuneralhomes.com. Memorial Services will be held at a later date.