James Renz Obituary, Death – Dr. James Renz, a longtime general surgeon has passed away. The tragic departure of Dr. Jim Renz has left the PCI family in a state of mourning. Dr. Renz was a general surgeon for many years and served on the PCI Board of Directors. Since he began working for PCI in the year 2001, he has committed the last 21 years to assisting patients in the Corridor area by providing exceptional surgical care. We won’t be able to adequately express how much we’ll miss having him around. We continue to remember his family in our thoughts and prayers as they go through this challenging time.
During this trying time, my my condolences go out to his family, Nurse Brenda, and all of his other coworkers here at the hospital. The very thought of it makes my stomach churn. Back in the day, when Dr. Renz was still practicing, he was my primary care physician. The passing of this individual marks the loss of a truly exceptional member of society. Always keeping each of you in my thoughts and praying for you. What a terrible tragedy! He was a remarkable individual in addition to being an outstanding physician. My heart breaks for the woman he married and their children. People who I referred to him always received first-rate medical care from him, and he never let me down in that regard. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, those he worked with, and all of his friends and friends.
What a horrible blow this loss will be to our community on all fronts. He has made a difference in the lives of a great number of people. Reading the other patients’ testimonies that Dr. Renz’s patients have offered is something that has provided me with a great deal of pleasure. During this time of great sorrow, his family as well as his family from PCI surgery are in my thoughts and prayers. He has a lot of experience in the medical and surgical fields. His family, friends, and coworkers, as well as everyone else in the PCI family, are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. A catastrophe of unfathomable dimensions for the local community.