Renee (Nay) King Strong 50 passed away of heart failure from complications of diabetes on June 28, 2021 at Rhode Island Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Daniel King Sr. and Geraldine Hillmon. She was the stepdaughter of the late Essie King.
Renee graduated from Central High School and went on to attend CCRI and Johnson & Wales University. She became a Certified Nursing Assistant and was a former employee of Saint Joseph Hospital, Sunrise House and Steer House. After being injured at work as a CNA, Renee took on her Psychic abilities full time and developed her business, “Readings by Renay”. She was a palm & card reader, having the ability to see things most people cannot. If she wanted to read you, she would find a way to get close enough to tell you her perceptions.
She was a Pillar of the community and showed a lot of love to everyone. Renee loved nice expensive things such as clothes, purses, jewelry, shoes & household gadgets. She was loving, affectionate, considerate, generous and most of all compassionate.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory her Husband Gianni Strong of Providence R.I. 4 brothers, Daniel King Jr., of Groton Ct, Orenthal King of Warwick R.I., Walter (Latorey) Hillmon of Eufaula Ala. and Edward Hillmon of Texas. Her sister in-law Sherina Mack of Columbus GA, Makeila Flowers of Fort Myers, Fl, Brother In-law Donji Strong of Eufaula Ala. Her Aunt Earlie Mae Lewis of Eufaula Ala, Father In-law Roosevelt Strong of Eufaula Ala, Her Sister/friend Dorise (Dee) Lester of Central Falls R.I. Her brothers/friends Paulitto & Joey, Godchildren Levert Brown, Najee King, Saaniyah Shade, Azariel Brown & Henry Lee. She also leaves a host of nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her late Grandmother Lena King, Grandfather William King Sr. her Uncles William King Jr. & Wally King, her Aunties Sarah Brown, Irene Coleman and Nan Harris, her Mother In-law Elizabeth Strong, her sister/friend from another mother Priscilla Monterio & 2 close cousins Janie Wilson & Gloria Shade.
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