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In Memoriam

Regina Willis
July 6, 1964 – February 8, 2021

Regina (Gina) Willis, born July 9, 1964, went to be with the Lord on February 8, 2021. Gina Willis is the daughter of Lula and Henry Willis, II, and is survived by three daughters: LaFonda Willis, Sharonda Willis and Angel Pate; two grandsons, Eduardo (Champ) Adams, III and Isaac (I.J.) Harvin, Jr.; one sister, Doristeen Willis and three brothers: Lawrence Earl Willis, Alvin Willis, and Henry Willis, III. They will all miss her more than words can say.

Gina Willis was preceded in death by her mother, father, two sisters, four brothers and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins, and the love of her life, David Pate.

Gina attended Libbey High School in Toledo, Ohio and was a Homemaker upon her passing. She was known in the Toledo community for her nurturing, cooking, warm hospitality, and great sense of humor. The Head Start Program and Toledo Public and Catholic schools recognized Regina Willis for her involvement with the education and development of her two grandsons, I.J. and Champ. Gina was also known, respected, and praised for her exceptional organizational, cleaning, and interior decorating skills. She did not like a “speck of dust” in her house.

Gina is beloved and was a mother, sister, friend, and aunt to many. She will be deeply and sorely missed. Her family will host a Celebration of Life and Candlelight Vigil in her honor on Sunday, Easter Day, April 4, 2021.



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