Regina Jones

January 14, 1950February 16, 2021

Regina Jones

71, of Indianapolis, passed away on February 16, 2021. Regina was born on January 14, 1950 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Regina worked for Cenveo in Beech Grove, Indiana for over 30 years. She graduated from Arsenal Tech High School and loved to watch Westerns and 48 hours on TV. Regina also loved to shop.

Regina is survived by her daughter; Tiffany Jones and was preceded in death by her sister; Claudette Frazier.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, February 25, 2021


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Tiffany Jones

March 3, 2021

I just want to say thank you for all of the kind words that everyone has bestowed upon me. It is very heartfelt and encouraging. She loved each and every one of you like you were family. Love you all ❤️❤️

Linda Murff

February 25, 2021

Hey Tiffany, I just want to say sorry for your loss, wishing you the comfort and strength. So now let me tell you who I am( THE BABYSITTER) you probably don't remember but Im Gerri daughter I used to babysit you and Jeffrey. Lord Jesus that dam Jeffrey may he RIP. Girl he was something else. Everybody hollering at Jeffrey, and you was the cutest lil girl with all that hair. I know you talk to my mom quite alot she always in the mix with folks. Let me quick rambling on I know you have alot to do, maybe I'll get to see you soon.

Tom Mock

February 24, 2021

To Tiffany, I am sad to learn of Regina's passing. Regina was my neighbor at the Villas of Winding Ridge. She was a good neighbor. She was funny. She always addressed me as Mister Tom. I loved it. Please accept my heartfelt condolences for your loss.

Rita Nibbs

February 24, 2021

Tiffany I am so sorry to learn of Regina’s passing. I am praying for you at this difficult time. Regina was always kind and sweet. We truly want you to know that you are always in our prayers .
Remember Love is eternal!!

Rita Marion Nibbs and family ❤️

David & Mary Sicking

February 23, 2021

Tiffany, we are so sorry to hear of the passing of your Mother. Mary and I have a lot of great memories of crazy things we did in that plant!! She loved you more than you will ever know! We remember the visits to your house when you and Deanna were little. The fashion show she was in at her Church was great also. We could go on and on. You were very good to your Mother and we know your heart is broken.
Your Mother will be greatly missed. We are Praying that God will help you get through this difficult time.

Monica Crain Payne

February 22, 2021

We love you Ms. Jones!!! Rest well and watch over us. ❤️

Marc Smith

February 22, 2021

Dear old friend,
Sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. I've always had fond memories of your mom during our St. Andrew days.

Michael Kling

February 20, 2021

Dear Tiffany, I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Regina for many years at MeadWestvaco and Cenveo. Regina was a very enjoyable person to work with and talk to. She always told it like it is. We had a lot of laughs at work. I will tell you that she was very proud of you. Just a quick story about Regina. When Regina worked in the warehouse, she refused to take an easier job when her legs and feet started bothering her. That was the person that your mother was. She never wanted any special treatment and always believed in doing her fair share. She will be sorely missed but is resting in a better place now. God bless her and you. Mike Kling

Larry Briles

February 20, 2021

Tiffany, you were the light in Regina's life. Regina and I attended Tech high school together. We worked together at Wesrvaco/MeadWestvaco for 30 years or so. She was always good for a laugh or a bit of gossip. She made working there enjoyable. She, Don Beasley and I would always laugh at the antics of co-workers. She will be missed. God Bless.

Deborah Wilson

February 19, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. Regina was fun, kind, heartwarming person. I am grateful to have known her. I know you probably heard her talking about me from time to time. I was the one that handled payroll and help Regina with anything problems she had issues with after Kerry retired. I remember when she sold the house and bought her Condo. I went to visit her at the Condo, I know I was only one of a few people that got to visit and see what she had done after decorating it. Regina will be greatly missed. I wish she had more time to enjoy life after retiring.
Take care,

Love Debbie Wilson
Westvaco, MeadWestvaco, Cenveo co-worker