OBITUARY

Regina S. Peavy

March 7, 1960February 10, 2021

Regina Shearin Peavy, 60, of Montgomery, passed away on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. She graduated from Auburn University in 1987 with her RN, and BSN. She worked as a nurse for 34 years. She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Virginia Shearin. She is survived by her husband of 25 years, Jerry Peavy, step-daughters Amberly Peavy (Emma Moore) and Mallory Peavy (Jadon Harris, Marliey and Braxton Seritelli), brother Roger (Mollie) Kemp, One niece Mary Margaret Moore (Zach), One Nephew David Kemp (Ashley). A Celebration of Life service will be held on Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 2PM. Burial will follow at Greenwood Serenity Gardens. Pallbearers will be David Kemp, Mikey Peavy, Ron Stanfield, Dirty Jones, Wes Abrams and Tom Baker.

In lieu of flowers, Regina would like any memorial tributes be made in the form of charitable donations to Children’s Hospital of Alabama. Childrensal.org/donate

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, February 18, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, February 18, 2021

Memories

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Wayne & Terry Law

February 18, 2021

Jerry. Our sincere condolences go out to you and your Family during this difficult time in your life. Regina was such a sweet person. We pray that God will comfort you during the tough days ahead. Just let us know if you need anything. We are just across the street from you. Your neighbors, Wayne and Terry Law.

Susan Selman

February 18, 2021

She always reminded me of the old song, “ earth angel “.......
Be grateful that you had each other , not everyone has that, ever.
Love you......Susan

Karen Smith

February 17, 2021

My goodness... I loved this sweet beautiful kind welcoming woman. Regina had such an amazing way about her. She could make you feel like you were the only person, or at least the most important person, in the room. Together Regina and Jerry were the perfect loving team. An inspiration. My heart breaks knowing she is gone, but I know there is rejoicing in heaven! My prayers are with you Jerry. Most people can only hope to have the love that you two shared... You will always have her in your heart and the knowledge that you were her soulmate. God bless you both. Thank you for the precious memories my friend.

Darren Hopkins

February 17, 2021

Jerry,
There just are no words. I think it is because we are supposed to do our best to recollect the good moments. Life is such a gift and the times we experienced with people like Regina can never be taken away. It is permanent and a part of our life that continues on.
One of my memories of Regina was when we secretly planned to surprise you with one of my art pieces. We messaged back and forth and prided ourselves in being able to keep it all a secret! Whether a relative or not, you only had to just meet Regina once and she was instantly a friend. Not a friend in the moment but a friend forever forward. She will remain that friend forever because those feelings will never fade.

I love ya, Cuz and my prayers are with you.

- darren

Jean Sims

February 17, 2021

Regina was special. She always had something sweet to say. She was a great nurse and was so good to Mary when she worked at Chapmans. Remember the good times Jerry. I know you have a lot of good memories. May God bless you and the family members. I love you. Aunt Jean

Kathy King

February 12, 2021

Jerry , Roger and family, My heart is so saddened by Regina’s passing. We have been friends since 4th grade. She was so dear to everyone who had the privilege of knowing her. She was such a faithful woman so we all have the comfort in knowing she is now perfectly healed in the presence of our Lord. I am here and will be here in the coming days and weeks to come if there is anything I could do for you. I loved Gina so much I will miss her sweet smile and our talks. Love Kathy

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY