Daniel J. Regan
1933 ∼ 2020
Mark Gorman and Nancie Campbell of Lake Forest, IL wrote:
Dear Regan Clan, We were so sorry to hear of Dan’s passing. While it wasn’t frequent enough, it was always great to visit with Dan (and Ro) and get the skinny on what Kevin was really like as a kid. Please accept our deepest sympathies and know that with time the sorrow will turn to fond memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Mark and Nancie
Dan Condon of Boulder, CO wrote:
Love you uncle.
Mary Branson of Southborough, MA wrote:
Uncle Dan, we will miss you so much!! My favorite story is when you and my dad were supposed to be guarding the door to the kitchen where my mom and Aunt Ro were filling the Easter baskets. Guess who woke up and realized there was no Easter bunny or Santa for that matter! And guess who was asleep on the job?? Of course I love all the stories and feel so blessed that there are so many warm memories of you to cherish. We love you so much and know that you are one of God’s most precious angels!! ❤️
Perry delanty of Surprise az wrote:
I am Dan’s nephew. One of my favorite memories with Dan was when I was a young lad Uncle Dan got tickets to Nortre Dame football games. He included me. It was fun driving to South Bend with all my Uncles. Tom Street was always the driver. I think we all know why. Dan was a great Uncle and surely will be missed.
Robert J Powell of SWAMPSCOTT wrote:
Dearest Regan Family: Like many others, we were saddened to learn of Dan's passing. I have fond memories of spending time with him on various occasions, one of which was 2014 Boston Marathon. May the love of family and friends comfort you during these difficult days and may his memory be a blessing. Bob & Amy Powell
Jay&Donna; Hill of Mashpee Mass wrote:
With sadness, we send our condolences to the Regan Family. Rosemary and Dan are remembered as the warmest and kindest neighbors we were honored to have...
Bill Schmidt of St Louis wrote:
Rosemary, kids and grandkids, so sorry to hear that Dan is gone. It was great catching up with him these past two years. He had a big heart to let me hang out in his home so much in my youth. Dan supplied free Sox tickets on several occasions. He always seemed genuinely interested in what I was doing. You all are in my thoughts, especially you Rosemary. Love you all.
Suzanne & Lyle Hausman of Milwaukee, Wisconsin wrote:
Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family. My memories of Uncle Dan are of a kind,caring,smart & loving person. Always looked forward visiting with him & Aunt Ro when they came to Milwaukee. I remember a time when my daughter, Kylie was going to Blessed Sacrament school & they had a project called “Flat Stanley” (a person drawn on cardboard) It was suppose to travel out of State & tour different historical sites & tell a brief history of it. My daughter asked Uncle Dan if he could do this for her & then she would send it to him in a brown envelope. He said, “Sure!” So Uncle Dan took Flat Stanley all around Cape Cod, Mass.Took pics & wrote about the different sites he went to. It was the most amazing report he did for my daughter! We will never forget it! She received an A+ on it! Love you Uncle Dan ❤️ You will be missed dearly! Rest in peace ❤️
Paul and Mary Lou April of North Falmouth, MA wrote:
So sorry to hear about Dan's passing. We will keep him and you in our prayers.
Bobbiy Smith wrote:
Matt, my condolences to you/family. Bobbiy Smith
Bob & Lou Ray of Rochester, NY wrote:
Condolences and prayers to the Regan family. So sorry to learn of Dan's passing. May your everlasting great memories help provide solace during this time of sorrow. Love and prayers, Bob & Lou