Regina Marie Pryer

Age 61, of Lansing, MI, passed away April 28, 2022. She was born October 1, 1960, in Jackson, MI, to Richard Pryer, Sr. and Caroline (Deneka) Pryer.

Regina loved playing games with friends, going to lunch with her brothers, and being taken to the casino – boy did she love that! She loved to sing and dance; she was pretty good too. She was humble, accepting, and a friend to all. It didn’t take much for Regina to be happy. We called her “Our Honey Bunny” just as our dad called her. She will surely be missed by all who knew her. A life well lived Hun…

She is survived by her brothers, Rich (Julia) Pryer, Tim Pryer, Greg Pryer, and Matt (Mary) Pryer, many nieces and nephews, great-nieces and nephews, and other extended family members and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents.

A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, at the Estes-Leadley Greater Lansing Chapel.

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Kathleen Marie Price
May 1, 2022 at 7:21 am

I got to know Regina when she was at Stoll Rd. We had some nice talks about family. RIP Regina.

Matt Pryer
May 4, 2022 at 7:42 pm

I see that i truly didnt know how much I loved you until you died, the tears just wont stop . You asked me in your moments of suffering ” does god love me?”and i would say of course god loves you you’re Regina the queen of heaven and god loves you the same amount as every one with all gods heart
You never looked down on another, what a success story you are my sister Gigi

Stephine Pryer
May 23, 2022 at 11:41 pm

Aunt Gigi,

Words can not express my headache; the tears won’t stop… over loosing you. I have so many amazing memories with you. My first memory of us was when you laid in bed with me as a child on Christmas Eve and we looked out the window together at the neighbors roof waiting for Santa. Remember when we would walk to ponderosa and get the all you can eat buffet, we would set and eat and eat and eat… laughing and talking from breakfast through lunch. We would walk up to the movie store together. I miss the days when I lived next door to you and grandpa, I would come see you every day. I remember you slept a lot… I asked you, “aunt Gigi why do you sleep so much?” You replied. “So when I die, I will know I lived a comfortable life.” I will always cherish our talks, your daily phone calls, I will miss you always telling me “Jessie loves you honey,” The times we sang rock an roll songs in grandmas car on the way to her home on the lake. Remember when you wanted a pool so bad and always talked about going swimming at aunt Betty’s house, You taught me about synchronize swimming and showed me how to do it. I remember how happy you was when I bought you that little pool. Aunt Gigi you taught me so much without even realizing it. Most people in this world think they need so many things to be happy… a marriage, a house , a successful carrier, kids, a cool car, the best and latest electronics…. But not you aunt Gigi, you lived with a smile and just so happy with the things that really mattered… hearing from family, seeing family. Oh and McDonald’s, a candy bar and a pop, lol! Remember all the time when you was in the hospital I would ride my bike to come see you. I always told you to grab your stuff I’m busting you out of this joint! That made you laugh so hard! You had a contagious laugh!! The last time I seen you in June 2020 during the peek of COVID-19. They wouldn’t let us hug but I wish I had broke the rules and hugged you anyways. Thank you for all of the laughs, the silly phone calls, I saved a lot of your messages… I’m blessed you was apart of my life, I only wish I could of seen you more. I’m sorry I moved away but you was always in my heart. I will forever miss you, give grandpa and grandma a hug and kiss from me. I know your singing and dancing with joy to be pain free and back with them again. I Agape you aunt Gigi!


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