Regina Jo Reed

Regina Jo Reed, 59, of Sachse, passed away Monday, December 24, 2018 in Richardson.

Visitation/Wake: There will be no formal visitation or wake

Funeral Service: 11:00 a.m. Saturday, December 29, 2018 at Wesley United Methodist Church, 125 Turner Street, in Waco with Pastor Quinton J. Gibson, Sr. officiating

Burial: Waco Memorial Park

Regina Jo Reed was born to Johnnie Louis and Nora Estena McLennan on June 25, 1959 in Burnet.  She was the youngest of five children born. Regina departed her earthly home December 24, 2018. Regina was dedicated to Christ at an early age at West Point United Methodist Church in Valley Mills. Regina continued her relationship with Christ throughout her life and was a member of several churches during her lifetime including Wesley United Methodist Church in Waco and at the time of her death was a member of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Plano.

Regina was educated in the Waco Independent School District and graduated from Waco High School in 1977. Regina’s love for helping others called her to nursing and she graduated from McLennan Community College and began working as a Licensed Vocational Nurse at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Waco.  Regina then returned to school to further her education and become a Registered Nurse and received her Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from McLennan Community College in 1994. Regina continued her career at the VA after becoming an RN and worked there faithfully for over 25 years until her health would no longer allow her to in 2007.

Regina married Raymond Bible, Sr. in 1984. To this union a son, Raymond Bible, Jr. was born. He was adored so much by his mother.

Regina moved to Sachse, Texas after meeting the love of her life.  Regina married Barry Reed, Sr. in 2010.

Regina was a loving wife, mother, sister, aunt, cousin and friend to all that knew her. Regina was always there to lend a helping hand, listen, and offer advice to so many. Regina touched numerous lives and will be missed by all that knew her.

Regina leaves to cherish her memory her husband, Barry Reed, Sr.; three sons, Raymond Bible, Jr., Barry (Mikki) Reed, Jr., LeVar Reed; daughter , Amy Fagan; one sister, Carolyn (James) Hall; two brothers, Johnny Ray (Janith) McLennan and Ronald (Joanna) McLennan, Sr.; seven grandchildren, Dominique, Bria, A’Nari, Marcus, Jr., Amare, Jaceion, and Avery; nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of other relatives and friends. Regina was preceded in death by her parents, Johnnie and Estena McLennan; and her sister, Marilyn Norris.

Pallbearers will be Isiah Beabers, Clinton Doss, Dennis Doss, Marcus Goss, Melvin Johnson and David Lee.

Lake Shore Funeral Home & Cremation Services

5201 Steinbeck Bend Dr
Waco, TX 76708
United States (US)
Phone: (254) 752-5900
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Condolence Messages

  1. Hicks and Vicki Morgan

    Our deepest sympathy to Barry, Raymond, Nick, Woodrow, Carolyn and her extended family and friends who mourn her loss. As Regina was their rock and their inspiration, she now is their powerful advocate in Heaven, where she she is in Jesus’ loving embrace for all eternity.
    Hicks and Vicki Morgan

  2. I am sending my prayers to the family of Regina, it’s times like these they we need an anchor, and it’s our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. Weeping may endure for a night, but there is joy when the morning comes. So hold on to God’s unchanging hand. Jesus is on the main line, and it’s never busy, so call him up, he’s always waiting.

  3. My deepest condolences and prayers to you Barry and family. This was such a shock to all but it was not to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We loved Regina but HE Loved her more and has called her from labor to reward where she has gained her wings. I am so thankful that she found true love and enjoyed her marriage and family these last years. She will be greatly missed but Heaven has gained another Angel. Be NOT Dismayed whatever betides, GOD WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU.

    Love you,

    Kathy Smith (Atlanta, GA)

  4. Tommie & Elaine Mitchell

    Our prayers and deepest sorrow are with all of Regina’s family and friends. She was truly a giving person who lovingly and unselfishly shared her time with those who were dear to her. Words cannot express how her kind, giving spirit will be missed by all, especially those who were truly dear to her heart.

  5. Henrietta D Hopkins

    Regina Jo you will be missed! I will always cherish the memories and remember you always.

    RP, Carolyn, Bubba and Butch while I know you are hurting right now she is truly in a better place. And remember she adored all of you.

    Love and Prayers, Rhett

  6. Rodney & Cynthia (CJ) Daniel Los Angeles,CA

    We pray that in this difficult time, the love of God shelters you and heals your. Let God be your fortress in which you take refuge.

  7. Barry & Family,
    I know the pain that you are feeling. Look to the hills from which cometh your help”. Our prayers are for you.
    Love and Sympathy
    Aunt Robbye, Sylvia, Carmalie, Kenneth, Erlene and Zaneta

  8. Carylon Marshall

    R.I.P my friend!! My prayers and deepest condolence to all of Regina’s family and friends. Working with Regina at the Waco VA she was truly a good friend, my working buddy and team prayer ( LOL) that words just cannot express how she’ll be missed by you all, but especially me! R.I.P. will not forget how much fun we had working together under Ms. Powell!!!

  9. Darlene Carrington

    My condolences to the family and friends of Regina Reed May Jehovah God give you peace and comfort through This difficult time. (Isaiah 41:10) Jesus died for humankind and was resurrected through his Fathers love. Our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ exercising faith in them with the tremendous love they have for us when we fall asleep in death we will see resurrection and everlasting life in God’s New Kingdom Paradise. (John 11:25,26)

  10. I wanted to express my sincere condolences to the family and share some comfort from God’s word, the Bible. John 5: 28, 29 and Revelation 21: 3, 4 offer us the hope of a future resurrection and the complete elimination of death, mourning, and pain. Under Jesus’ kingdom rule, we have this and much more to look forward to.

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