Bill Reno past away unexpectedly Fathers' Day. Bill grew up in Manhattan Beach and went to Aviation High school. He leaves behind his sons Matt and Andrew; daughter Monique; sister Charlene Comstock and her husband Lonnie; brother Charles Reno and wife Kim; grandchildren Devon, Brooke, Caleb, Nathan, Cody and Jordan; and best friend Lyane (Meier) Terzich. Bill grew up going to South Bay beaches so please join us Friday June 22 at 6:30 p.m. on the beach just south of the Redondo Beach pier. Reception will follow at Rice Mortuary on Torrance Blvd. In Torrance, CA.

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  1. Dear Matt and Monique , I want to express my sincere condolences to you and your family. I so wanted to attend your service for you dad but, really glad some of his old friends did come. I have been in touch with your mom and plan to see her soon. I have such wonderful fun memories growing up with your crazy dad! He taught all the girl’s how to French kiss…yes he did! I am so glad we will meet again with our Lord. He was a great fun loving guy! When I think of the guys we grew up with his name and Van Finch are the first names that pop into my head and I am sure all the girl’s will agree. I hope to meet you someday. Sincerely, Pam Halvorsen Ballard

  2. My heart is filled with wonderful memories of the Reno family~~so much love in their home! Always filled with laughter….and the best spaghetti sauce in the world. I will admit that I knew at a young age how handsome Bill was! Seems like yesterday~~~Charlene, my love goes out to you. Losing a brother is so hard….I lost Scott in ’07. And my love to Chuckie…oops, must be Chuck now….you are both in my heart~~~

  3. Thanks for the nice comments i just found them and greatly appreciate it… The service was very nice and it was great talking to everyone. Growing up with mom and dad and all of our family in the south bay area were great times with lots of great memories. It is probably the only class reunion where jan and dean would perform. Dad is missed! !!!!!! But never forgotten

    Matt Reno

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