Meriden- Regina M. Lawrence, 47, died of injuries sustained in a car accident on Feb. 21. She was born in Meriden on Sept. 4, 1960 a daughter of the late Steven and Marsha (Frazier) Spisak. She was employed at Lyman Orchards in 1998. She enjoyed camping in the summer, loved family gatherings. Regina lived for her grandchildren. She is survived by two daughters; Toni Spisak of Meriden and Shannon Spisak-Colon and her husband Sixto Jr. of Meriden, five grandchildren Alyssa, Ajha, Sonny, Sixto III, Jace, five sisters, Susan and Kevin Brooks, Linda Spisak, Brenda Spisak, Sharon Spisak and her husband Miguel Cruz all of Meriden and Deborah and Willim Hamilton of New Hampshire as well as several nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, February 29 at 5pm at First Congregational Church, 62 Colony St., Meriden. Relatives and friends may arrive at the church beginning at 4pm until the service. The Beecher & Bennett-Flatow Funeral Home 48 Cook Ave., Meriden is in charge of the arrangements.

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  1. Auntie, I just want to thank you for everything that you did for me, my sister, and Luis, but i know that losing you was one of the hardest things I’ve had to endure in my whole life because you truly meant more to me than you knew, you treated me like one of your own kids and for that I am so truly greatful and I know you are safe and sound now, just please know you will be in our thoughts and memories forever!!! I love you!!! R.I.P

  2. Dear ma you will be missed by everyone. i love you and when we meet agian we are going to party. I hope you are happy up there with your mamma and poppa, so imma try not to mourn too much. Just please make sure you watch over all your kiddies cuz we need it. love you and forever you will be in my heart. ANd if you could ….maybe…you can make the giant win one more year. lol iight love you and i guess until we meet again.

  3. Hey mom,words cant sum up what i feel,theres hurt and joy,the hurt that your gone but the joy knowing your happy up there with grams and your dad.But one thing i do know is ill always see you through your daughters eyes cuz shes alot like you in every way a constant reminder and example of a true woman with a golden hart.I love you and youll be forever missed.love,your son Cisco

  4. I miss you auntie Ginny. you were such a great auntie you always thought of others before yourself and you always made sure the holidays were perfect for everyone. I remmber when me and jeffrey got kicked out of our dads and u helped us out alot and we went shopping with you and tony and u turned a bad day into a great day. I will always miss you and I will always love you. I know your happy because you have grama and grampy with you. I wonder if theres bingo in heaven and if there is im sure you and grandma are kicking butt. I love you u will never be forgotten

  5. It was so hard to tell who was your family and who was .just a friend.. You showed love to everybody in your life. You did so much for me and my kids in the short time I knew you, it feels like I’ve known you forever. I hope I said enough during our little talks to express how grateful I am for all you did for me. I thank God for allowing us to get to know eachother. You left an impression in my life that will never be forgotten. Thanks for everything, MA! Rest in peace….

  6. It’s only been a week and it feels like forever. You are greatly missed by so many people. We’ve lived together for a good majority of my life, and during that time you have always made me feel included, and loved, and I thank you for that, you have helped me to realize what true family value is all about. You were always my favorite auntie, and nobody will ever take your place. Our family gatherings will never be the same without you. Toni and Shannon are the only part of you I have left, I will be sure to cherish that. I love you very much, and can’t wait to see you again.–Your niece, Krystal

  7. Ma,Just hoping you knew how beautiful of a person how passive how humble how loving you were to me my kids,my husband. We love you and no matter what you still and forever be in our thoughts.

  8. Mom, I don’t know what to say! I can’t believe that this is happening to us. You were supposed to see your granchildren grow up and get married and have kids of their own. It wasn’t supposed to end like this. We loved you soooo much. No one could ever measure the amount of love that you had for your children and granchildren. Not only them but the people you were around, you gave joy to peoples lives, you made sure no one went with out. You had the biggest heart of anyone I ever knew in my life. The kids and I will always remember you. You will never be forgotten. I love you. May you rest in peace with grandma and grandpa. Please look after the kids.

  9. well gramdma i lost a part of my of my heart when you died.i miss you very much and so does every one else dont forget that.you will always be in my soul and heart.iwill never stop thinking about you.i was stuck when you died i could not belive that you were gone rip gram.

  10. you will always have the biggest place in my heart i will never forget you.you were the best mother anyone could ever have.you took all are friends and treated them like your own.you had so much love for everyone.words can’t express how much i love you.now your at peace momma i love you so much.

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