Regina Ann Dodson

Regina Ann Dodson, 55 of Lenexa, Kansas passed away January 23, 2021 in Overland Park, Kansas. She leaves to mourn, her father, Cecil; sister Tina (Amy), brother Michael and numerous extended family.

Per her father “she’s in a better place.” Gina is no longer suffering from physical, mental and substance abuse complications from her last forty years.  Regina is on to her next journey with the family’s love and blessings.


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Posted in General, Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Monday, Jan. 25th 2021 | 10 Comments »

10 Comments on “Regina Ann Dodson”

  1. Bronwyn Ruffalo Says:

    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Angeline Porter Says:

    Dear Dodson Family,
    Am thinking of you all. Sending you love across the miles from Arizona.
    Energy changes form and love remains. Am picturing Regina in pure white light, joyfully and peacefully finding her beautiful self in that better place.
    Love,
    Angie (Goodman) Porter

  3. Carol Henry Says:

    Peace be with all of you as you move forward. Regina had a good heart and a beautiful soul and is resting now without the physical limitations that were burdening her on this plain. She is off and exploring once again as was her nature.

  4. Verdine Raridon Says:

    Regina had such an excitement about herself and life experiences. She loved to travel and particularly loved Hawaii. Regina was a beautiful person, but had many challenges to face and overcome during her life. Regina will be missed by her family and friends. Regina will join her mother, who passed on October 22, 2004, and her grandparents in the “sweet bye and bye”.

    I will personally miss our prayerful talks on the phone.

    2 Corinthians, Chapter 5, Verse 8:
    “…to be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord…”

    May “flights of angels sing thee to thy rest”….Shakespeare

    Love, Aunt Deane

  5. Tina.R Dodson Says:

    Hey Girly Girl, I miss U.
    I will continue to have U in my spirit & heart. Do one foot in front of the other in your going & comings.

  6. Amy Thiede Says:

    As I came to know Regina I realized she had a tender heart, a traveler’s spirit, and a desire for peace. I can picture her skipping down the beach, frolicking in the surf. At last she’s at peace and pain free. Rest well my friend.

  7. Lisa Brummett Says:

    My condolences to the family. I did not know Regina but her sister was a mentor of mine. I know Regina will be missed by Tina and her family. I hope you are able to sit around the table and tell funny stories that make you smile.

  8. Kimberlee Stockwell-Braasch Says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you!

  9. james smith Says:

    I was so sorry to hear of Regina’s passing. She struggled daily and I thought of her often. I remember her as a beautiful little girl and a wonderful spirited woman. I enjoyed our visits when I was able to come up. The 50th anniversary for Zeek & Donna was one. She loved Hawaii. It was where her best memories were I guess.
    Heaven is another adventure -Journey and praise God we shall see her again! It’s only the beginning. Love, Martha

  10. Kelly Moffett Says:

    Regina and were close for many years and I was so saddened to hear of her passing. I really wish I had gotten the chance to talk to her one last time. I’m going to miss her sense of humor, her laugh, and our long talks. She had a beautiful spirit and will be greatly miss. See you on the other side,soul sister.
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