Regenia Harper Meador
August 18, 1938  -  March 3, 2019

Regenia Harper Meador


Stephens Funeral Home
205 North Street
Union, MS  39365
Thursday, March 7, 2019
5pm to 8pm
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Funeral Service
Stephens Funeral Home
205 North St.
Union, MS  39365
Friday, March 8, 2019
1:00 pm
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Pinckney Baptist Church Cemetery
348 Pinckney Church Road
Union, MS  39365
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Funeral services for Regenia Harper Meador will be held Friday at 1pm in the chapel of Stephens Funeral Home of Union. Bro. Kevin Meador and Bro. William Savell will be officiating.
Burial will follow in Pinckney Baptist Church cemetery.
Mrs. Meador, 80, of Decatur, passed away Sunday at her residence. She will be remembered as a devoted wife and loving mother. Mrs. Meador taught high school science at Union, Decatur and Newton Co. Academy. She enjoyed playing the piano at her church, Pinckney Baptist Church and loved taking care of her flowers in her garden.
She is survived by her husband Gary Meador of Decatur; daughter Connie Harris; grandchildren Matthew Harris, Cheyenne Harris and Joanie Suggs. Mrs. Meador is also survived by one great-grandchild Bryanne Suggs.
She was preceded in death by her parents Ralph C. Harper and Lucy Boyles Harper.
Visitation will be Thursday evening from 5pm to 8pm.
Friends may sign the online register at www.stephensfunerals.com.

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  1. Dianne Hollingsworth
    Decatur, MS

    Sorry to hear of your loss. Melvin is the one who cooked your syrup. I remember Miss Regina well.

  2. Fannie Merle Clark
    Lake, MS

    Gary and family: Sorry I wasn't able to come to Regina's funeral. I was out of town. Praying for you all.

  3. Terry Woodson
    Union, MS

    Mrs. Meador was a pivotal influence in my early adolescent life. She taught me the value of not taking anything for granted, and for testing everything in my life with the scientific method before making an uninformed decision. I will miss her greatly, for she was a true future facing educator.

  4. Terry Woodson
    Union, MS

    Mrs. Meador was a pivotal influence in my early adolescent life. She taught me the value of not taking anything for granted, and for testing everything in my life with the scientific method before making an uninformed decision. I will miss her greatly, for she was a true future facing educator.

  5. Darla Loftis Jourdan
    Biloxi, MS

    Mrs. Meadow was my science teacher and she and my mom were good friends. I know my mom is happy to have her in Heaven. Mr. Meadow and Connie, you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  6. Kimberly Willis
    Semmes, AL

    I grew up in Union. Mrs. Meadors was my typing teacher in 9th grade. She was a great teacher. She will be missed. Prayers for the family.

  7. Sandy Blackburn Anthony
    Ocean Springs, MS

    So sad to hear this. She was my very favorite teacher at Decatur High School. I have thought about her often over the years. Prayers to her family.

  8. Donna Nix
    Fairhope, AL

    Regenia loved generously and with all her heart...I enjoyed her company so much....we had wonderful visits in our homes . ..will treasure all the wonderful memories. Thankful for a heavenly home.

  9. Jacob Whitling
    Union, MS

    Gone but never forgotten. We going to miss you

  10. Kristopher nix
    Mobile, AL

    She is my great aunt. I was one of her favorite nephews. I'm sad to see this, but at least she is not hurting or suffering anymore

  11. Karla Rushing
    Decatur, MS

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  12. Brenda johnston
    UNION, MS

    So sorry for your loss. God bless.

  13. BARBARA-JO SAVELL
    DECATUR, MS

    I remember her so well from high school. She was a very kind person and extremely pretty. She was good to us and I will never forget her! One by one, they are stepping away but they will all be a part of us, these people that shaped us ion our growing years. We will see them all again in time to come! Thank you, Dear God, for that Great Promise! Dear Lord, it is such a great comfort in our darkest hours!

  14. WILLIAM WILLIS
    UNION, MS

    I am so sorry for your loss.

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