Harold "John" Rego
July 14, 1940 – February 18, 2020
Harold “John” Rego, John as he preferred to be called, passed away February 18, 2020 at the age of 79. John was born July 14, 1940 in Eastman, Wisconsin. As a teenager, John moved to Agawam, Massachusetts and attended Technical High School. After graduating, John joined the Air Force and served as a Jet Aircraft Mechanic and was a disabled Vietnam Veteran. After leaving the Air Force he moved to Arizona and worked at Luke Air Force Base for Lockheed, but his main love was construction so he went to work for Del Webb and built houses for many years until the industry went bust in the 80’s. Soon after he left to Las Vegas and worked at Westcor Construction until his retirement and then return to Arizona. John loved to dance, listen to country music, working in the yard, reading western books, , trailing in his RV, but he still continued helping people repair and fix houses. John is survived by his loving wife Florence, of 44years, and a combined family of 10 children, One daughter; Glenda Lorenz, Four sons; David (Donna), Benjamin Anthony (deceased), Robert Fox (Betty), Florence’s children; James Rodgers (Jeanne), Kimberly, Tracey, Jeanne (William) Carlson, Richard Rodgers (deceased), many grandchildren and great grandchildren, brother; Roy Rego, sister; Alice Mae (Ron) Crowley. Harold “John” Rego will be placed at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona with military honors at a later date.
Friday, September 18, 2020
Harold "John" Rego
Clint & Linda Poole
September 16, 2020
We are so sorry we can't be there for John's memorial service. We want you to know that we are thinking of you and you will remain in our thoughts and prayers
September 12, 2020
Dear Flo and the entire family,
My Mom Jo, Ron, and I would like to extend our deepest condolences to you all. We are so sorry for the loss of your Beloved John, and Pray that all the wonderful memories you have, bring you Peace and strength. Although we did not know John well, we knew what a wonderful man he was, through all the years of great stories his beautiful wife Flo would share with us about him. My Mom and I also remember having a lot of fun with him at a party in Flo and John’s backyard, complete with Elvis impersonator and all. And among all the other amazing things about his life, John was a MILITARY HERO. Thank you for your service, John. We are all grateful. Flo, we love you to pieces, and are always here for you. To you and your entire family, please accept our deepest condolences, and know that we are Praying for you all.
God Bless you all,
Julie, Jo and Ron