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Lakeview Funeral Home & Lakeview Memorial Gardens

5000 West Harrison Road, Longview, TX

OBITUARY

Regina Roselle Ramsey

September 25, 1944September 20, 2019
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Regina Roselle Ramsey, age 74, of Longview, Texas passed away on Friday September 20, 2019. Regina was born September 25, 1944 in Gladewater, Texas to Elsie Kelley Vernon and J.C. Vernon. Regina had a passion for many things. Just a few of those things were Nascar, boat racing and Pilot Club but Regina's greatest passion was her family, who she loved more than anything in this world. She was very well known for being the Grand Ya of the Ya-Ya sisterhood, collecting arts and craft supplies and her adventures, some would even say adventure was her middle name. Regina will be missed greatly by all who knew and loved her. Regina is survived by her daughters, Amber Bell and Corey Graham; sons, Brett Bell (Carolyn) and Devin Bell (Cheryl); Grandchildren, Jeffrey Norton, Chelsea Norton, Jordan Bell, Carlton Bell, Hannah Morehouse, Braden Bell and Ryan Bell; four great grandchildren and close friend, Helen Thayer. Regina was preceded in death by her husband Frank Ramsey; father J.C. Vernon and mother Elsie Lou Vernon; brother Jerry Vernon and sister Patricia Mason. A visitation will be held Monday, September 23, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Lakeview Funeral Home, 5000 W Harrison Rd, Longview, Texas 75604. A celebration of Regina's life will occur Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Lakeview Funeral Home. Serving as pallbearers are Joe Requena, Brett Bell, Devin Bell, Jeffrey Norton, Carlton Bell, Braden Bell, Jordan Bell and Ryan Bell In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Alzheimer's Association, or charity of your choice.

  • FAMILY

  • Frank Ramsey, Husband (deceased)
  • J.C. Vernon, Father (deceased)
  • Elsie Lou Vernon, Mother (deceased)
  • Jerry Vernon, Brother (deceased)
  • Patricia Mason, Sister (deceased)
  • Amber Bell, Daughter
  • Corey Graham, Daughter
  • Brett Bell, Son
  • Carolyn Bell, Daughter-in-law
  • Devin Bell, Son
  • Cheryl Bell, Daughter-in-law
  • Jeffrey Norton, Grandchild
  • Chelsea Norton, Grandchild
  • Jordan Bell, Grandchild
  • Carlton Bell, Grandchild
  • Hannah Morehouse, Grandchild
  • Braden Bell, Grandchild
  • Ryan Bell, Grandchild
  • Regina also leaves behind to cherish her memory, four great grandchildren and her close friend Helen Thayer
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Joe Requena
  • Brett Bell
  • Devin Bell
  • Jeffrey Norton
  • Carlton Bell
  • Braden Bell
  • Jordan Bell, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Ryan Bell, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • A Time of Visitation with Her Family Monday, September 23, 2019
  • A Celebration of Regina's Life Tuesday, September 24, 2019
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Memories

Regina Roselle Ramsey

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Amber Bell Rachal

September 24, 2019

God knew I needed you to be my momma. From the first I love you on August 11, 1965 to the last I love you on September 20, 2019 and all the time in between. You have always shown me how great your love was for me. Never a doubt. This is just see ya in a little while until we are together again. I love you momma to the moon and beyond for eternity.

Linda Morgan

September 23, 2019

I get a smile when I think about Regina. I worked with her at Good Shepherd and she was always happy even at 4 in the morning. People come and go in your life and some touch your life and remain in your memories. She was one of those people. I would say rest now, but I know she is already busy talking, laughing and trying to organize heaven. She’s probably already on the meet and greet committee standing by the gate and telling people, “ Come on in” I can still hear her laugh. See you later Regina.

Vickie Raymond

September 22, 2019

Regina was first a friend from HS, then an extended member of my husband's family, then a side-kick and co-conspirator as we traversed building softball/baseball programs for our children and community , but ALWAYS a FRIEND. I loved the smile that quickly lighted her face, and the distinctive laugh/giggle, that came so easily and often. Her body may be at rest, but her wonderful spirit will carry on, thru her children, grandchildren and extended loved ones. Many prayers of comfort, as they work thru this loss. Love you all.

Lisa Lewis

September 22, 2019

To the family of my Amazing Auntie G...and Grand Ya of our sisterhood,
My heart is broken....however..your wings are shiny and your smile is bright!!! My memory will forever be running with your kids..(.my cousins) through the East Texas Piney woods...and our amazing adventures with our YaYas!!! Forever and For Always in my heart...
I love you all so so much!! May God keep you close in His arms until we meet again!! Give Uncle Jerry and Momma a hug from me!!!

Your crazy loud niece...Lisa Mason Lewis !!!

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She loved her family