Regina Bouldin, died Thursday, October 18, 2007 at the Talbot Hospice House following a courageous battle with cancer.\n \n She was born, Mary Regina Bouldin on July 18, 1949 in Easton, Maryland to the Mazie Warrick Bouldin and the late Thomas E. Bouldin, Sr. Named Mary after her paternal grandmother and was always called Regina, she later legally changed her name.\n \n Regina attended South County Elementary School, Kennard High School and graduated in the first class of Queen Anne's County High School in 1967. After graduation, Regina matriculated at the Cortez Peter's Business College in Baltimore, MD. Upon completion of the secretarial courses of study, she moved to Philadelphia, PA where she began a career with the United States Department of Defense within the Finance and Accounting Service Division as a GS-3. She continued her education at the Worton School of Business and Ohio State.\n \n She grew up attending Robinson's AME Church and Sunday School in Grasonville, MD. After relocating the Philadelphia, Regina was a member of New Bethel AME Church in Germantown. In 1989, Regina relocated to Columbus, Ohio with US Dept. of Defense within the Finance and Accounting Service Division. While in Columbus, she was a faithful member of Mt. Vernon Ave. AME Church and served as a Stewardess, Missionary and was an excellent student in the pastor's Bible Class.\n \n Regina is survived by her mother, Mazie W. Bouldin (Grasonville, MD); two sisters, Zena Chance (Edmond) and Wanda Bouldin; two brothers, Thomas Bouldin, Jr. (Edyth) and Rodney Bouldin; three aunts, Gertrude Brown, Juanita Warrick Williams and Viola Warrick Isley; three uncles, Charles and Joseph Warrick and Stuart Wilmer, caring cousins, nieces, nephews and loving friends.\n \n Services will be held at Robinson's AME Church 823 Cemetery Lane Grasonville, MD with a viewing two hours prior. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the Talbot Hospice House 586 Cynwood Dr. Easton, MD 21601.