Regina Mae Wilson

April 7, 1941April 16, 2021

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Tracie Veney

May 1, 2021

I have so many memories of Regina. I’m tearing up as I type this. I know this is a celebration of life and I find peace in knowing Regina is no longer suffering or in pain. I met Regina in the early 2000s. She was my manager at Genco/Revlon. Even after the company closed down Regina and I remain friends and would talk and go out to lunch from time to time. Regina was there for me when my mom passed and would give me relationship advice. To know Regina was to love her, she was very stern yet had a heart of gold and I will truly miss her. My prayers go out to her two daughters and her family. ❤️🥰😘

Delphia Holland Lynch

May 1, 2021

Dear Cousins Robin & Tonja,
I'm so sorry I can't be there with you at this celebration of Aunt Regina's life. I pray it gives you comfort that she's no longer in pain. I know that won't change the pain of missing her. I do know our God will give you the strength you need to move forward. I will always cherish the many lunches and trips for a mani/pedi she and I took when I visited Nakia and Erica. Those were some of my favorite adventures ever. They were full of laughter and love.🥰
I love you both and prayerfully will be able to see you two soon and give you a big hug.❤

Jay Myatt

April 27, 2021

Robin and Tanya,
Your Mom, My Cousin, had a delightful nature.
She was the one who first taught me to dance,
@ age 5/6... I treated her as a big sister when she lived with us (Uncle Gordon and Aunt
Evelyn) in D.C. But I never forgot my time
with her... It was especially delightful to reconnect with her in Columbia and to
meet you two... I will always hold Regina in my heart with all of the fond memories...

Your Cuz,

Tanya Deleon

April 26, 2021

Mama Regina, you are one amazing lady who shared your heart and love with me and I’m so thankful. I will forever appreciate your honesty and kindness. Things you’ve said to me I will never forget.

Your cranberry apple crisp is my family favorite at Thanksgiving and I think about you each and every time I prepare it. Love you!!

Tanya Deleon

Michael Thomas

April 24, 2021

Gosh where do I start? Regina was my neighbor and friend for many years, she was my neighbor at my first condo. We had so many good times. She had a stern outside, but once you got to know her, she shined. What an incredible lady she was. She and my mom were the same age, my mom lived 80 miles away, so Regina often became very much like a mother to me. We had fallen out of touch but got reacquainted over the last year. I wish I had been able to see her but that nasty virus just didn’t allow it. RIP my dear friend until we meet again.

Charmaine Parker

April 22, 2021

Hi Robin and Tanya, I am so sorry to hear about aunt Gina! I just wanted to give the two of you my sincere condolences. With love, Cousin Charmaine