Obituary for Regina Sue Lovern

Regina Sue Lovern, 69 of Pulaski, passed away at the Lewis Gale Pulaski Hospital on Wednesday, August 24, 2022, with her family by her side. Regina was born on December 10, 1952, in Pulaski to her parents Herman Woodson Smith & Alice Marie Huff Smith who preceded her in death.

Regina was also preceded by a beloved son; James Gregory Lovern and a brother, Herman smith.
Regina loved her family and her God very much. She was devoted to her faith and loved spending her time reading and studying her bible. She worshiped at the Hilltop Pentecostal Holiness Church on Veterans Hill in Pulaski. Regina’s love continued even after her death as she was an organ donor and several other people benefitted from her generosity and final wishes
Regina was also an avid baseball fan. You would often find her supporting Calfee Park and the Pulaski River Turtles although she loved cheering for the Pulaski Yankees and remained a Yankee fan even after their departure. She enjoyed her times at Calfee Park even through the 2022 season.

Surviving Regina is a very loving son; Travis Lee Lovern and his wife Nikki, also from Pulaski. Other survivors include sisters; Rebecca smith-Glover of Fries and Dawn Blevins, also from Fries.

Grandchildren; Faithann Wright, Wayne Lovern and Nathaniel Lovern. She is also survived by a host of cousins and other extended family as well as a special friend, Kim Jackson.

The family would like to offer their appreciation to the Nurses, Doctors and Staff at the Lewis Gale, Pulaski Community Hospital for the wonderful, loving and professional care they gave not only to Regina but also to her family as they tended to their needs.

A Celebration of Life and Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, September 4, 2022, at 2:00 in the sanctuary of Hilltop Pentecostal Holiness Church located at 4892 Vetrans Hill Road in Pulaski. Pastor Todd Garwood will be officiating.

Regina’s family is being cared for and supported by the Directors and staff at Norris-Stevens Funeral Services in Pulaski.

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