OBITUARY

Regina Ann Doyle

March 14, 1944January 3, 2021
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On March 14, 1944, in Houston, Texas, a Beautiful baby girl, Regina Ann Hayes was born to John and Helen Hayes. Regina was baptized at an early age at Sunshine Missionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of Reverend Hildert.

She attended Houston schools and graduated from Kashmere High School in 1963. Shortly after high school, Regina married and was blessed with two handsome sons, Marlon Keith Doyle and Marcus Kyle Doyle. Regina later gained employment with the Houston Independent School District in 1978, and dedicated 19 years to the Transportation Department. While working there, she met and acquired many friends, and some eventually were like family to her. Regina was preceded in death by her parents, John Hayes and Helen Cochran, her brother, Calvin Hayes, her nephews, Waymond Cochran and David Lee. She leaves to cherish her memory her two sons, Marlon (Yolonda) and Marcus (Shontell), two brothers, Cleve Cochran and Michael Cochran (Tamralyn), two sisters, Wilhemenia Zenon and Queen Esther Cochran, 8 Grandchildren, Brandon Alexander (JaMinna), Marlis Doyle, Mickaela Doyle, Mel Doyle, Mickenly Doyle, Montanna Doyle, Mar’Shay Doyle, and Marcus Kyle Doyle, II, 5 Great-Grandchildren, a special niece, Tamiko Cochran and 10 other nieces and nephews, 2 special cousins, Debra Carr and Tracey Carr and many other cousins and friends.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, January 11, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, January 11, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Monday, January 11, 2021

Memories

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Justine Peacock

January 13, 2021

Words might seem meaningless but we still want to let the family know you will always be our prayers.


We love you,

The Sister of Gloria Spicer

Senita Gill

January 7, 2021

Keith and Marcus my sincere condolences in the loss of your mother and our second mom. We will miss her dearly. We will forever cherish the memories of her special holiday (rum) cake, house gatherings and Christmas songs playlist. She was always there for us, standing in the gap after we lost our mother. You both were the brothers we never had and we were your sisters. My God ease your pain and leave you with the peace in knowing she was loved. Blessings, Peaches and the Girls.

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Biography

On March 14, 1944, in Houston, Texas, a Beautiful baby
girl, Regina Ann Hayes was born to John and Helen Hayes.
Regina was baptized at an early age at Sunshine Missionary
Baptist Church, under the leadership of Reverend Hildert.
She attended Houston schools and graduated from Kashmere
High School in 1963. Shortly after high school, Regina
married and was blessed with two handsome sons, Marlon
Keith Doyle and Marcus Kyle Doyle.
Regina later gained employment with the Houston
Independent School District in 1978, and dedicated 19 years
to the Transportation Department. While working there, she
met and acquired many friends, and some eventually were
like family to her.