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Memorial created 07-24-2014 by
Debby Haney
Regina Elizabeth Haney
December 6 1985 - July 17 2014

Regina Elizabeth Haney was born on Saturday, December 6, 1985 in Houston, TX. She passed away on Thursday, July 17, 2014 in Sugar Land, TX. She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Verdell Haney & Deice Stone; Uncles, David Haney & Bobby Haney. Regina is survived by her parents, Ricky & Debby Haney; brother, James Haney & wife, Tanya; nieces & nephews, Adrian, Veronica, Brandon & Rebecca; uncles, Willis Haney & wife Mary, Joe Haney & wife Ginger, Verdell Haney, Bill Hull & wife Theresa, Jeff Hull & wife Debbie; aunt, Lynda Hull; adopted Mothers, Gina Jones & Sylvia Bloomer. Her Celebration of Life Service will be on Saturday July 26, 2014 @ 2pm. It will be held @ The Bridge Fellowship, 802 Brooks St., Sugar Land, TX 77478. There will be a reception @ the church immediately following the service. The family of Regina Haney would like to thank everybody for their prayers, love & support.


Regina was a very special young lady who touched many lives throughout her 28 years here on earth. She made an impression upon each & every person she came in contact with. Regina had such a huge servants heart. She served people she knew as well as people she didn't know personally. One of her passions in life was loving kids. She did lots of babysitting, served in our church nursery, worked in a Mother's Day Out program @ our church & kept staff kids during the week. She loved "her kids" & they loved her just as much! Regina spent many, many days/nights in Texas Children's Hospital while she was growing up as she was born with some complications. This girl fought all of her life to lead a productive, independent lifestyle & she was successful for a while. She became a very responsible, fun, loving, caring, & amazing young lady. To say we were proud of the young woman she became would be an understatement! She also loved her Lord Jesus Christ with all her mind, body & soul! She worshipped Him at every opportunity; gave Him ALL THE GLORY for her life; share her testimony with anybody that would listen; as well as shared HIS good news with anybody she could. She was an amazing obedient daughter of the King & I can only imagine the mansion she lives in now that she's home with Him!!


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