Diane & Paul,
So sorry to hear about your Mom. Peace to you both during this difficult time.
Regina will always be remembered for her love of other people she would meet. The love she had for Jesus could not be contained she had to share it with everyone she met. She was a women of prayer and a faithful follower of her best friend Jesus. How excited she must be to finally meet her Heroe. Blessing to all of her remaining families and to Connie for being such a great friend in need.
Sorry for your loss she was a great person I will miss her, she was in my thoughts every day and always will be.
Diane, Paul and families,
Sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom. Sending prayers and hugs.
Regina and I were special friends while I lived in North Adams. What I remember the most was her deep faith in Jesus--no matter what happened she trusted Her Savior and loved Him.
She not only was His faithful friend, but His worker in the field--standing up against sex education in the NA public schools, working to save unborn babies through helping Mass. Citizens for Life-NA Chapter, and writing letters to the editor on these issues as well as our First Amendment Freedom of Religion.
God has called her home and I will treasure the time we had together.
God help you all, especially her daughter, who did so much to help her. I will make a contribution to Mass. Citizens for Life-NA Chapter in her memory.
My deepest condolences,
I knew Regina from Mass. Citizens for Life. She used to help us out with various activities, always with a smile and a kind word. She was a real sweetheart. My sympathy to her family.
We will miss you alot at church. We love you. She was a person who did not want to miss church. I also send out my condolences to her family.
Paul and Diane we are sorry for your loss your mom was one the coolest moms