Regina Catherine Bonds of Lexington Park, MD was born on April 28, 1946. She was born to the late Virgil, Sr. and Catherine Dickens. She gained her wings on January 1, 2023. Regina received her education through Carver School.
She later was employed by Minitec Corp where she worked for 26 years before retiring. Regina was a family-oriented person who loved to cook and often prepared favorite meals for her family and friends. She managed to always put her children and family first. She was no stranger to having a good time, and on occasions, she would make up games to play for her family to enjoy.
Regina displayed her creative talents through painting and decorating her home. On most days, you could find her watching soap operas, game shows, and movies. Her favorite pastime was playing bingo.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her children, Charnisa Mason and Keith Bonds, and siblings, Edward Dickens, Margaret Milburn, Paul Dickens, and Virgil Dickens Jr.
She is survived by her children, Chevy Dickens, Stanley Bonds (Grace), Pamela Curtis, Sona Powell (William, Jr.), and AuDonna Lowe (Junior); siblings, Roy Dickens (Baltimore, MD), Louise Davis (California, MD), Susie Dickens (Lexington Park, MD), Betty Grant (Oxnard, CA); grandchildren, Shatoya Dickens, Derrick Curtis, Lashonda Hames, Jaden Curtis, Terren Curtis, Antwon Lowe, Caitlin Rice, Tireek Lowe, Nia Bonds, William Powell III, and Kyran Powell. She also leaves behind 6 great-grandchildren and a very special bond with her niece, Mary Catherine Wills. Regina is also survived by a host of nephews, nieces, and friends.
Family and friends will unite on Friday, January 13, 2023 for visitation from 9 am – 11 am; service from 11 am – 12 pm at Briscoe-Tonic Funeral Home, 38576 Brett Way, Mechanicsville, MD. Interment to follow at St. Mark UAME Church, 45685 Happyland Rd, Valley Lee, MD 20692.
Pam, Chevy and all of Regina’s family. I am so sorry for your loss. Regina was a wonderful lady and will certainly be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.
My deepest condolences to the Bonds family, Mrs. Regina was definitely a beautiful soul and cared deeply for her family and even those of us who were extensions of the family. Very saddened to hear this news, I still have so many memories of sleepovers with Charnissa and those delicious egg and cheese sandwiches Mrs. Regina used to make us for breakfast. We had some fun times back in the day that was almost 30 years ago and one thing is for certain she is in a better place no longer in pain and is finally able to reunite with my forever bestie Charnisa and her brother TD. The entire family will forever be in my thoughts and prayers. Love ya’ll!
My sincere and deepest condolences go out to you and your family. May God comfort your hearts during this difficult time.
Regina (Barnes) Hamm-Scott
I am so sad the loss of a coworker a friend awesome Mother ❤️
In this time of great sadness, looking back on beautiful memories made can provide peace and comfort. May Father God comfort everyone during time of sorrow.
To Pam and Chevy and of course the rest of Ms Regina’s family: sending you my sincere condolences. I will never forget your loved one. I had the pleasure of meeting Ms Regina, along with Pam and Chevy at Adf bingo. What a beautiful soul she possessed. A wonderful cook I might add . Prayers to you all. RIP Ms Regina. Thank you for your friendship.
Stanley and Gracie,
I’m praying for you and your loved ones as you struggle with this immense loss. I’m here if you need anything.
You have my deepest condolences love Gloria