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GERALD D. REGAN Obituary
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May 23, 2020
Last spoke to Gerry a couple of years ago and always enjoyed our conversations. He was very pleasant to work with and taught me the art of hiring new company dealers at Babson (Surge)-a lesson well taught from Gerry that I retained throughout my career. My wife Ronnie and I enjoyed speaking with him on the Babson trips. Our condolences to his family.
May 22, 2020
Skip and I have many fond memories of Gerry. He was a fine man, a true "Gentleman." We knew him through St. Thomas More. Gerry believed in a strong family life. His Dad taught him to kneel down and pray, and then get up and get to work. Gerry was active in the church and community. A park is named after him, he worked tirelessly to get funding for one in his area. He had a fascinating career with farmers in the milk industry. After retiring he "discovered" an artist in the area (WI) that depicted WI farm life in paintings. Gerry worked with him and sold his paintings and prints at farm shows in the Midwest. Gerry had a love and respect for rural farm life, and wanted the paintings to memorialize the past history of farmers. Gerry will not be forgotten. Hopefully, his fond memories will help his family at this time.
Skip and Peggy Palenik
Elgin
May 18, 2020
We were deeply sadden to hear of Gerry's death. He was a "keeper". Always a great friend, a real
gentleman who will be greatly missed.
Lorraine and George McGann.
May 18, 2020
Gerry was a gracious gentleman who was valued by his brothers in the Catholic Men's Group at St. Thomas More Parish. He was always generous with his time and patient with his insights.

I feel Blessed to have met Gerry and will never forget how his eyes lit up when I shared that I had grown up on a working dairy farm outside of Milton, WI. When he learned that we used SURGE equipment he was delighted and shared his background.

Gerry loved his family and led by example. He will be missed.
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