Lee Funeral Home and Crematorium

3101 Dewdney Ave, Regina, SK


Reginald Hart

May 14, 1954October 18, 2019

It is with deep sadness we announce the unexpected passing of Reg Hart in his home on Friday, October 18, 2019 in Lumsden, SK. Reggie was warm, loving, kind and very funny. He touched the hearts of all he met. Reggie loved animals and working on cars. He was rarely seen without his Tim Hortons coffee. Reg was predeceased by his parents Ernest and Mable Hart; older brother Ron Hart; sister-in-law Suzanne; and brother-in-law Doug Ruse. He is survived by his loving wife Gloria; sons Reg junior and Raymond; daughters Andrea (Eric and grandson Wesley) and Jessica (Kris); his beloved dogs Shadow, Molly and his cat Dora; sisters Gerry Ruse, Pat Hart, and Rae Hart; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Regina Humane Society https://reginahumanesociety.ca/how-to-help/donate/ or Diabetes Canada https://www.diabetes.ca/donate . A Come and Go Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. at the Lumsden Centennial Hall, 40 3rd Avenue, Lumsden, SK.


  • Come and Go Celebration of Life Sunday, October 27, 2019


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Tim & Linda Gienow

October 31, 2019

We send our condolences to Gloria & family. Reg always had a smile & a story to tell. We played many games of pool back in the old Lumsden Hotel. He was a great mechanic & good man! RIP Reg

Terena Bannerman

October 27, 2019

Gloria and family, my condolences on the loss of Reg. He was a kind man who always had a smile and a joke to share.

Judy (Harvey) Hauck

October 25, 2019

Reggie was the kid down the block, the younger brother to one of our dear friends, helpful to us when visiting Ron and Suzanne – a person well remembered. Sorry to hear of his passing. Love from Harvey and Judy Hauck

Lee Hart

October 23, 2019

Not sure where to start. This man was my Uncle. He taught me how to smoke cigarettes, play pool, he took me hunting, talked kids, family and helped provide perspective when needed (even if I did not listen, I heard you Reg) and numerous other things that Uncles are supposed to do. When my Dad and Mom passed he helped us "keep it together" along with a few others. Reg is dearly missed by his family and friends. He and my Dad are now building their next VW together...his laugh and smile would brighten the darkest times. I called him the other week and got the usual "Hello" I said you sound like Grandma - he laughed and I could see the grin from km's away...We (Joyce/Madison/Riley)Love ya Uncle (Great Uncle) Reg, miss ya tons.

Jill Forrester

October 23, 2019

I was fortunate to have the help of Reggie and his long-time friend Gary with three outdoor building projects in the past few years. Reggie was fun to plan with and he always left me with a smile and a refreshing joke that put life at that moment into perspective. He and Gary worked happily together and didn't quit til the final product was just right. Our thoughts are with Reggie's family and with Gary. Reggie is already missed!


October 23, 2019


rick gibson

October 22, 2019

I don't know where to start. Reg and I shared a love of cars, many best friends, and hearing his voice on the phone or seeing walk him in the door always brought a smile to my face. I miss him deeply..