18/09/1954 - 28/10/2017
Boronia Community Church of Christ, 59 Boronia Road Boronia
Friday, 03 November, 2017 at 02:30 pm
A Celebration for the Life of Regina Arendse will be held at the Boronia Community Church of Christ 59 Boronia Road Boronia on Friday 3rd November at 2.30pm. A Private Cremation will precede this Service.
My sincere condolences to the family on the passing of their beloved Sister, Wife, Mother and Aunt. I will remember Regina as born as an ANGEL FROM HEAVEN to our family. She will always live in our hearts. May you find peace during this trying time.
Dear Lorraine, Sharon, Vanessa, Melissa and all family members It is my heartfelt wish that somehow you are able to be of comfort to one another at a time like this knowing that God’s will has been done. I have been deeply shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of Regina. I was at a loss for words when I received Nathan’s message. It is still so surreal! Since receiving the news my thoughts have constantly focused on the long-standing relationship, bonds of friendship and countless memories shared by our respective families over so many years. Within this context images of Regina dominated my memory. I experienced flashbacks of Regina the student travelling to High School in the northern suburbs, being bridesmaid to Ursula, Marrying her husband Wyatt, Becoming a mother to her beloved children, Being a Daughter to Aunty Gwen and Uncle Alex and sibling to all her sisters and brothers. Not to mention all her other bonds with all other family members. As I reflect on these memories I am reminded of how I always looked up to her in admiration and adoration for her quiet, regal dignity, inner and external beauty, friendly smile. Soothing voice and respect for all. I always thought of her as an angel sent from God. To me she will always be remembered as an inspirational role model who have touched the lives of those with whom she came into contact. I will always remember her support for my wedding day and for agreeing that Melissa could join Kady in the bridal procession. To all of you her loved ones, I offer my deepest condolences and prayers that God will comfort you in your bereavement of a wonderful human being. May the many years of fond memories sustain you in the days ahead. I know in my heart that Regina’s soul is at peace and that she is safe in the arms of Jesus where she belongs and that she is surrounded by God’s Angels and all your loved ones that have gone before her as they welcome her home. Thinking of you and missing you. With love and best wishes. Eunice
Always smiling, a gentle touch, a kind word, that is how I remember aunty Regina. A loving, kind and caring woman, Gone but not forgotten, Will miss you, Always.xxx