Ross was born to Diane (nee Krentz) and Mathias Renneberg on April 7, 1965, in Humboldt, Sask. He grew up in Bruno, attending school there and working at Hillcrest Farms, playing broom ball and some hockey too. Ross grew up loving the outdoors and sports like camping, fishing and golfing. To begin his career in welding he completed the Kelsey Welding Course and started with Decca Industries and Prairie Machine. Ross later worked at Cogema Mclean Lake, numerous other mines and the tar sands in Fort McMurray and most recently McArthur River. After meeting Nancy while curling, the two became high school sweethearts and were married in Pilger, Sask. on August 1, 1987. Together they had four children, Rachel, Rebecca, Mathias and Catherine and by 2000, Ross and Nancy moved from Saskatoon to an acreage near Bruno where Ross started his welding business and began farming. Ross was an active Lions Club member and he made time for his family and friends. He shared his passion for the outdoors with his own family through numerous trips and fun times on the farm and enjoying fishing and camping trips together.
St. Bruno Church Fund
P.O. Box 328 Bruno, SK S0K 0S0
Canadian Cancer Society
#101 - 440 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2C3