Judith Lynne Regnier

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Judith Lynne Regnier peacefully passed away while being held and surrounded by family Saturday, June 20th at the age of 71 ending a long battle with Metastatic Breast Cancer. 

Ms. Regnier is survived by two children: Levi Francis Regnier, and Jenifer Lynne Regnier.  She has 1 grandchild, Sadie Lynne Pittman. She is also survived by her siblings; Heather Barta, Donald Alder, Carlyne Holt, Mary Ann Watts, and Jamie Alder.  She is also survived by nieces; Stephanie, Melissa, Shawnna, Capulet, Nicole, Carrie, Toni, Angie, Deanna, Lisa, as well as nephews; Paul, Nathan, Heath, Robbie, and Ronnie.

She is preceded in death by her parents Olive and Carl Alder. 

Judi lived in western Kansas growing up and graduated from High School in Dodge City where she started a career in a construction office and later moved to Kinsley to assist an attorney for many years.  After Kinsley, she ran a restaurant in Ellis, KS before moving to the Kansas City area where she was known for her Thursday special of Fried Chicken.  When she decided to retire, she moved to Arizona to enjoy the heat.  She loved to cook, bake and the family really enjoyed her handmade rolls around the holidays.  Most of all she looked forward to time with her family and friends whenever possible. 

Judi was a wonderful mother, a beloved sister, aunt, and grandmother. She was kind, caring, patient, and loving. She had a great sense of humor and would always make you laugh. She loved music and would always sing along and dance if she could. She enjoyed reading books as well. She had an amazing soul and her love will always shine on through the people she loved.

Service

A celebration of life will be held at Antioch Park 6501 Antioch Road, Merriam, Kansas Shelter #4.  It is a come and go event on June 26th from 9:30am to 12:30pm 

Memorial Contributions

Contribution in memory of Judi may be donated to American Cancer Society.  https://donate3.cancer.org/?giftType=hon&giftTypeMonthlyDisplay=0&_ga=2.256430219.1235630453.1592924574-1317923063.1592924574

8 Comments

  1. Uncle Charlie and Mary Ann Watts on June 30, 2020 at 5:12 pm

    Jenifer and Levi.
    Will always be thinking of you both. Your Mom was a wonderful sister, and Mom.
    We have so many good memories of Judi. Yes, we will miss those rolls she
    always made. No words can be said, except, we love and miss her.

  2. Dee Myers on June 28, 2020 at 1:02 pm

    Over 41 years ago I met Judi at a Myers’ gathering at Meade, Kansas. She is one of many of my husband’s first cousins. Judi was like family to me right away. I’ve always been grateful to all of her relatives for welcoming me with open arms. Judi went straight to Jesus’ open arms. She will always be remembered as a warm and wonderful lady.

  3. Kenneth Regnier (Dad) on June 26, 2020 at 9:45 am

    There are no words to address the loss of your mother who has meant so much to you. Hopefully time will bring peace and comfort as you find solace in your loving bond that lives forever in your heart. Sorry I couldn’t be there. Deepest Sympathy.

  4. Roger and Dee Myers. on June 25, 2020 at 7:15 pm

    We are going to miss Judy. We’ll see you in Heaven, cousin.

  5. Diana Jones on June 24, 2020 at 8:31 pm

    I met Judi when I was 15 many years have passed! Such a beautiful lady inside out. She had the best smile and laugh. Like a ray of sunshine rest in peace beautiful lady you will be missed. Love always

  6. Trudy Reiss on June 24, 2020 at 11:22 am

    I went to High school with Judy. She was very kind and sweet person! God Bless! Trudy Gillette Reiss

  7. Gail Alder on June 23, 2020 at 6:54 pm

    Judi was one of the bravest women I’ve ever known. She was a hardwork single women when I first met her. We became good friends and confidantes.
    I will miss her dearly,

  8. Gail Alder on June 23, 2020 at 6:53 pm

    Judi wasbone of the bravest women I’ve ever known. She was a hardwork single women when I first met her. We became good friends and confidantes.
    I will miss her dearly,

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