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So sorry to learn of Reggie's passing. She was a one-of-a-kind person in her loving and caring ways. A loving wife, she and Cecil made a terrific pair. Her devotion, love and care for Grandma Lou was extraordinary. She was always concerned for others and did what ever she could for them. Reggie could put a smile in anyone's day. The Lord picked someone special for his host of angels. Nancy & Gene Curfman
My thoughts and prayers go out to the friends and family of Regina. I was one of few lucky enough to get to call her a true friend. I worked with her for ten years at Clark-Lindsey Village. Even after she retired we still kept in touch. She was one of three coworkers who came to the wedding reception my mother threw for my husband and I when I moved two years ago to Iowa and married. She was also one of a few who sent me a christmas card after I moved to Iowa and truly wanted to know how I was doing. Regina and I had that in common - we didn't care much for fake friends. If you invited Regina to an event, she would do everything she could to be there - unless, of course, she was working. I still have the winter polar bear she gave me one year for christmas. I still put it up every winter. Were it not for a mandatory meeting at work Thursday evening I would be down there to say my goodbye to her. She was the kindest person one could ever know and would do anything for you if she could. She is greatly missed. At least I have memories and photographs - and I still have last year's christmas card, too, as well as the 2000 CLV employee video and the dvd of my wedding reception. - Aimee Wright.
Reggie gave so much of herself to being a good friend and alway being there to help others. She will be greatly missed.