Dorothy Quincy O'Regan

14 noviembre , 192823 enero , 2021

Dorothy (“Bubbles”) Quincy O’Regan (nee Gaddess), 92, passed away peacefully at her home on January 23, 2021. She was predeceased by her loving husband, William (“Bill”) V. O’Regan, Jr. She is survived by son William (“Billy”) V. O’Regan, III (his wife Joan Kenney O’Regan), daughter Sheila Louise O’Regan and son Andrew “Booter” Norris O’Regan. She is also survived by grandchildren (Cody, Willy, Catherine and Kara Louise) and great-grandchildren (Kara Beth and Kian).

She attended George Washington University and married her beloved husband “Bill” in August, 1949. She was the former owner of Craig Knit Studio in Silver Spring, MD. She later worked for many years at a knit shop in College Park, MD and at The Yarn Garden in Annapolis, MD until it closed. She was a Master Knitter and designer and continued to knit for family and friends up until her death.

In addition to knitting, she enjoyed travelling, attending theater, reading, and family and friends’ gatherings. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her, including her many loving Schnauzers.

There will be a private, family ceremony in Rangeley, ME at a later date.


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Dorothy Quincy O'Regan


Helen and Mike Wiley

5 febrero , 2021

Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your beloved mother. May you find peace in the days ahead as you shares your memories and stories. God’s Peace. 🙏

Sheila O'Regan

4 febrero , 2021

My mother and I share a lifetime of memories. Praise the Lord! Times were punctuated by bellows of laughter. We became estranged for a number of years but overcame our differences and reached reconciliation in time to spend a number of years in mutual love and support. My Mom was a special person. Daddy would announce each November 14th, "It's that Great American's birthday today!" Never got old, just made me grin from ear to ear, probably because he loved her strong, held her in high esteem. We all did. I could go on with stories and expressions of gratitude, respect and love for my mother. But I will simply say thank you to my brother Billy and sister in law, Joan, for their excellent care of Mom - making her final years comfortable and safe and, especially, for ensuring that she was able to pass peacefully at home in her sleep. Our family is comforted by the belief that she has rejoined our father. Thank you to her dear friends - you know who you are - for you meant the world to her. Finally, thank you Mom for my life, for all the good memories and love. Yes, I cherished our relationship and I will miss you every day. God Bless. Sheila Louise O'Regan, February 4, 2021