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Regina Logan Pate

March 3, 1960February 13, 2021
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NORTHPORT – Regina Logan Pate, age 60, passed away February 13, 2021 in Northport, Ala. A celebration of Life will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, February 28, 2021 at Memory Chapel Funeral Home with Bro. Phillip Hill and Bro. Brad Hartsfield officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to services at the funeral home. Mrs. Pate was preceded in death by her parents, L.A. and Evelyn Garner Logan; brother, Henry Carl Logan; and nephew, Edward Scott Barnett. She is survived by her husband, Thomas O’Neal Pate of Northport, Ala.; daughter, Haley L. Watts (Daniel); step-daughter, Valerie Pate; son, David McJenkin; step-son, Steven Pate; sister, Brenda Logan Boaz (Michael); sister-in-law, Wanda Logan; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Ricky and Camellia Pate; grandchildren, Logan McJenkin, Autumn Williams, and Andrew Moore; and extended family, Courtney Hooper (John), Henry Carl Logan, Jr. (Sarah), Billy Watts, Tom McJenkin, Larry Barnett, Robin Gibson Smith, and special caregiver, Lynn Davis. Regina was born in Tuscaloosa, Ala. She attended Tuscaloosa High School and UAB School of Nursing. She was a former owner of Two-Ladies Bar & Restaurant as well as a former manager at Ramada Inn. Regina was a financial manager at various financial institutions in Northport, Ala. She loved the beach and spending her days there with her loved ones. She loved God and her family, especially Neal, David, Haley and her most precious gifts, her grandchildren, Logan, Autumn and Andrew. Gina’s smile always filled whatever room she entered. An avid Alabama fan, as well as her children’s and grandchildren’s sports events, she loved being in the stands. Regina was the best wife, mother, GiGi, sister, aunt and friend. She was loved by so many and will be missed by all that knew her. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Regina’s memory to the American Cancer Society.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, February 28, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Sunday, February 28, 2021

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Regina Logan Pate

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Marylou Keating-Cox

February 23, 2021

Regina and I were such good friends in elementary school. I loved to go to her house on Meader Drive next to the big field. We played teacher on the front porch or sales on the side next to the field. We would walk to Sears and get hangers and old sales receipts from the garbage. Oh the fun she and I had. Mrs. Logan would also take us to the Ramada and we would play big dinning rooms in the back or go swimming. We had a wonderful childhood.
Brenda, Wanda, and her children I am so sorry for your loss. I will be praying for all of you.🙏🙏
Love
Marylou Keating-Cox

Jean Crowell

February 21, 2021

Words cannot express the sorrow of losing Regina. She was a beautiful person inside and out.
Brenda was my first best friend when I moved to Tuscaloosa in the 70’s. Her family immediately became my Tuscaloosa family. I have many fond memories of beach trips and even a cruise with Regina, Brenda and Donna. Oh, the stories we could tell!! I love her and Brenda as Sisters. May God wrap his arms around her family and give them comfort. I love you Regina. 🙏

Rhonda Hartsfield

February 21, 2021

Regina was ALWAYS so sweet and as said she could light up a room. Brad always called her his 1st wife because she stood in for me at our wedding rehearsal . She was and will be loved and missed by so many but is now whole once more and was met within the arms of Jesus .

Nancy Moore

February 21, 2021

When I went to work at Ramada in the 70s.....you were almost 6 years my junior but it never seemed that way.....you were my partner in crime😊 and we had some great times together. I am sad that we lost touch. I know you are with Jesus now....I pray comfort for all those who loved you.

Debbie Hathcock

February 20, 2021

Regina and I have been friends for many years. Our high school days were the best!
Tuscaloosa High School, Black Bears.
Class of 1978. I have so many wonderful memories we made together. I will forever treasure and cherish them. We ALL are going to miss this beautiful lady! I am blessed and thankful that she touched my life. ♥️
Thoughts and prayers for Neal, David, Haley, her grandchildren, family and friends. 🙏🏼♥️

Betty DeFranco

February 20, 2021

I knew Regina when I lived In Tuscaloosa several years ago. Her sister, Brenda, is one of my best friends. I haven’t seen either for quite a while and devastated to hear of Regina’s passing. Regina was a beautiful, vibrant young lady and seemed to always have a smile on her face. I know she is smiling down on her family and saying she is no longer in pain and loves them so much. She will be missed by so many who loved her. Rest In Peace, sweet lady.

Lisa Lary Hammond

February 20, 2021

Regina was a true lady!! I'm so happy I was privileged and honored to know her!! Beautiful inside and out!! My sincere condolences to ALL of her family and friends. Love and prayers sent your way!!!

Ann Butler

February 20, 2021

So sorry for your loss! Regina was always smiling and such a dear to be around.

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