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To Our Mother The Acknowledgement

In this time of bereavement, we are still thankful

to God, first and foremost, for all He has done
for us. We would like to acknowledge with
sincere gratitude the expressions of love and
concern towards us. Words cannot express how
appreciative we are for your prayers, cards,
Home Going Celebration of
loving support, flowers, and gifts of love during
To many you are known as Sister Regina or Miss Blue,
but to us you are just mom the time of Regina’s promotion to Glory!

The woman who pushed us diligently in our academics

Who reminded us from childhood to adulthood to be the best we can be in

everything we do

Our advocate in school throughout our childhood

You were “no nonsense” when it came to us being on our best behavior and
getting good grades

No “thugs” or high school dropouts in Regina Blue’s house!

The one who cooked for all our family and friends

You will always be known for your delicious macaroni & cheese, lasagna,
and sweet potato soufflé We especially thank everyone who visited
Regina while she was in the hospital, in the
The fashion guru of the family

You made your presence known wherever you went

nursing home she resided, and while she was in Regina Boyle Blue
Hospice Care. We also give a special thanks to
The woman who saved everything we obtained in school from every Crossroads Hospice and Palliative Care for the April 2, 1954 ~ December 21, 2017
academic award to every report card
wonderful services they provided to Regina To Be Absent From the Body Is to Be
Who always reminded us how proud you were while she was in their care. Present With The Lord.

The woman who taught us how to be confident in our skin and embrace the
trait of being tall ~The Family~
The woman who never let us forget that she was “Wanda Boyle’s Saturday, December 30, 2017 – 12 noon
James Temple Church of God In Christ
And she was a strong, black woman. 1116 Lincoln Avenue
~You are forever in our hearts~ Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
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Order of Service Obituary
Regina Boyle Blue was born on April 2nd, Regina not only served at church and work,
1954 in Cincinnati, Ohio to the late Sidney but also was a devoted mother. She loved
and Wanda Boyle. She graduated from her family. She loved to cook and
Organ Prelude – William Smith Jr. Withrow High School and obtained a fellowshipping with people. More
Master’s degree in Social Work at the importantly, Regina was a warrior. She was
Parting View – The Family
University of Cincinnati. She was one of fighting a battle with illness for quite some
Scripture: Old/New Testament – Pastor Earl Finney seven children. Her brothers Kenneth and time, but in the midst of it all, she
Alvin Boyle; as well as her sister Patricia maintained her strong mind and love for
Selection – Anita Chapman Tate preceded her in death. God. Her views and beliefs could not be
swayed. She lived by faith. Doctors’ reports
Acknowledgements Regina loved God and the church. She
did not matter to her. God had the final say
accepted Christ as her personal Savior at the
Remarks – 2 Minutes Please in her life.
age of twelve and was an active member of
Selection – Jo Walker James Temple Church of God in Christ On December 21st, 2017, Regina was called
under the leadership of the late Bishop to Heaven to be with the Lord. She leaves to
Obituary – Read Silently William Morgan James. She was involved in cherish her memories, her three children:
many ministries at James Temple including Angelica, Alexander, and Austin Blue; her
Eulogy – Pastor Rodney Posey
being a Sunday School Teacher and a three siblings Gary Boyle (Rochelle), Cyd
Benediction – Pastor Rodney Posey member on the Missionary Board. Charisse Bradley, and Daniel Boyle
(Gwennetta); her three grandchildren
Recessional – Clergy, Family, and Bearers Regina also loved helping people. She was Lamarion Jones, Landyn Jones, and Aaliyah
such a giving woman. She worked as a Blue; and a host of nieces, nephews,
Social Worker at Catholic Social Services for cousins, and friends.
over twenty years in which she provided
family and/or individual counseling,
Interment participated in adoption support services,
and educated youth through pregnancy
Spring Grove Cemetery prevention programs such as PSI
Cincinnati, Ohio (Postponing Sexual Involvement). After her
years of services at Catholic Social Services,
she then worked as a School Counselor at
the elementary schools in Princeton City
School District for over ten years. She loved