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Regina Gale Lee
April 24, 1964 ~ January 27, 2024 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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Regina Gale Lee, a resident of Tecumseh, Oklahoma passed away on Saturday, January 27, 2024 in Shawnee, Oklahoma at the age of 59. Regina was born on April 24, 1964 in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
She graduated from high school and later attended college earning her degree as a Licensed Practical Nurse. She worked for approximately 4 years as a nurse, but spent a number of years beyond her nursing career providing a variety of different tasks for different employers. Regina worked for several years for a company building walk-in freezers in Shawnee, and then moved to Indaco Metals were she worked for approximately 5 years. She later worked as a security guard for Citizens Pottawatomi Nation for about 3 years and at Coca Cola. And she worked for 6 to 7 years with Juvenile Hall before retiring. In addition to her incredible work ethic, Regina loved listening to music, going camping at the lake, and cooking for her family and friends. She adored her dog Jezebell. Above all, Regina was a loving daughter, sister, mother, and grandmother and she will be missed by the many people who knew and loved her.
She is preceded in death by her mother, Juanita Cooksey Beaman, her life partner, Greg Foster, a grandson, Wyatt Foster, and her maternal and paternal grandparents.
Regina is survived by a daughter, Sauncia Burklin of Tecumseh; 3 sons, Dillon Foster and wife Rumer of Prague, Isaac Darnell and wife Bressia of Stuart, OK, and Clinton Darnell of Wellston; two sisters, Queen Kanez and husband Mike Kanez of Shawnee, Sandy Morales and husband Hector Morales of Shawnee; a brother, Corey Beaman and wife Evelyn of Prague; by four grandchildren, Wade Foster, Harley Burkllin, Willow Foster, and Oaklynn Darnell; by other extended family and many good friends.
Following cremation a memorial service will be held at a later date. We will publish the time and date of the memorial service to follow once all arrangements have been finalized for this purpose.
Arrangements are under the direction of McElyea & Owens Funeral Group of Shawnee.