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Dopkins Reedley Funeral Chapel
Tuesday February 8th, 2022

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Dopkins Reedley Funeral Chapel
Tuesday February 8th, 2022

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Norma Lee Regier

Norma Lee Regier was born in St. Jo, Texas on March 25, 1935. She was born to Essie Opal and LeRoy Williams. She and her family moved to Dinuba, CA in 1944. She married Gideon Regier on September 22, 1951.They had a daughter, Mari, in 1957, and a son, Jarin, in 1965. Norma previously worked as a floor lady for Ballantine Produce. She loved spending time with her family, cooking, and listening to gospel and country music. She will be remembered for kindness, generous spirit, and effervescent personality.

She went to be with her Lord and Savior on January 24, 2022. She was preceded in death by her husband of nearly 70 years, Gideon Regier; parents, Essie Opal McClure and LeRoy Williams; and siblings, RJ Williams, Geri Silva, and Wanda Williams. She is survived by her children, Mari Findley and Jarin Regier, and grandchildren, Brooke and Scott Findley and Ryan and Kaden Regier. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, at 10:00 AM at Dopkins Funeral Chapel in Reedley, with a graveside service to follow at the Reedley Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Norma’s name may be made to Palm Village Retirement Community.


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Aunt Norma was an amazing person and made a difference in so many lives. I'm grateful I have some wonderful childhood memories with her. Such a sweet lady that gave soft kisses and great hugs like my grandma Jeri. Her shining personality will live in our hearts forever. Rest In Peace Aunt Norma, you will be missed. Sending my sincerest condolences and love to the family.
♥️ Tonya Rowley

Tonya Rowley Feb 8 2022 1:02 PM

Norma was a blessing to my family i worked with her since 1976 my husband my kids and most of my relatives worked at Ballantine Produce, it really was not like work i looked forward to going to work she was really a pleasure seeing her we had fun during the season at least 200 ladies working with us all the workers loved her my granddaughter who also worked with us took care of her at palm village
as soon as she said it's all line, she would go check on her Gid.
loved her a wonderful, beautiful person my Norma.

Irma Roman Feb 7 2022 11:01 PM

I have so many wonderful, loving memories of my dear Aunt Norma. She loved family and loved getting together with them as often as she could. She had a funny, ornery side to her, and loved to play practical jokes when we worked together at Ballentine\'s in Reedley. I remember going to lunch every day with her and putting our swollen feet in the Kings River at Reedley beach. She was a devout Christian and went to First Baptist Church faithfully for many years. I so wish that she had been able to enjoy her retirement years and visit with loved ones but I know she\'s with the Lord now and at peace with her mom ( Opal), sister ( Jeri) and brother ( R J) . May she enjoy life in heaven with them since she didn\'t get to enjoy life at Palm Village with her loved ones.

Pamala Silva Feb 7 2022 2:03 PM

Aunt Norma will be missed. Extending deep and heartfelt sympathy to family and friends. Praying for comfort and peace during this hard time.

Sharon Sadoian and Family Feb 3 2022 2:27 PM

Throughout your life you gave love and joy. Your laughter, smile, and kisses will always be my favorite and never forgotten. You were one of the hardest working and determined woman I knew. You were dedicated to your family. A wonderful cook, and fabulous baker. You had some remarkable talents not known to so many. You asked for so little but gave so much. You are now home to be with your first family and the rest of us will rejoice when we join you all again. After 6 long years of suffering and being alone you are now at peace. Love always, Monica Leigh

Monica Rowley Jan 31 2022 10:23 PM