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Michael Thomas Regan

Long Beach, Ca, California

1947 - 2020

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May 8, 1947 - September 4, 2020 Michael was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Patrick and Marion Regan and moved to Long Beach to attend CSULB where he met his wife. He devoted his 30-year career to LBUSD as a Speech and Language teacher, and later a counselor at Bancroft and DeMille middle...

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Always friendly,outgoing, and a familyman. A good neighbor for 41 yrs. Mike will be missed. God bless your family.

Mike was a great guy who loved to laugh. He was a man of many talents and loved teaching. He had many friends who will all miss him. He even presided over my wedding almost 40 years ago. RIP Michael.

I don’t think there was a nicer person on campus! He made a difference bin so many students lives. I’m blessed to have the opportunity to spend a short time with him.

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I was a fellow SLP with Mike for LBUSD. I will forever remember his warm heart and smiling face. He was our "resident poet" at all of our end of the year gatherings- very talented! Whenever you would run into Mike some place, he would greet you like a long lost friend. He will be greatly missed!

Linda, I’m dismayed that I didn’t call this year as Mike was a real inspiration and help to me. He's been on my mind though. I just learned of his passing this morning. My sincere and heartfelt condolences to you and your children.

I had the good fortune to work with Mike for many years as a speech and language specialist for LBUSD. He was the delight of our group and helped to set the tone. He could defuse a touchy situation with a quick quip and we could count on him at luncheons to entertain and delight us. Mike’s kindness, caring and love for family we’re always evident.
My sympathies to Mike’s family and his many friends. He will be so missed!

His smile and insight will be greatly missed! I’ll always remember the days of climbing the tree and swimming in the pool as a kid, he would always welcome me. Then being able to talk education as I became a teacher and owner of the house next door, he was a great educator and neighbor!

Mike lit up every room he entered and that light will forever be in our hearts.