BALTIMORE, Md. — Regina Ann Ransom was born March 13, 1965, in Robeson County.
She spent many years traveling back and forth from Lumberton to Baltimore, Maryland. She then decided to settle her home in Hagerstown, Maryland, in 2001. She ended her journey here on Earth Jan. 3, 2021, after her extended stay at Future Care Nursing Facility. Regina is preceded in death by her parents, Elsie Virginia Jennings Ransom and Eugene Ransom.
Regina is survived by her son, Joseph (JoJo) Ransom and his significant other, Christin Duncan, of Baltimore, Maryland; her daughter Eugenia (Sweetpea) Ransom McLean and her husband, Keita (Ken), McLean; and four grandchildren, Eudora, 11, Kingston, 7, Kawhi, 4, and Kaedence, 2, McLean, all of Fayetteville. Regina has three siblings, Eugene and his wife, Theresa, Ransom, Charlene and her husband, Patrick, Locklear, and her youngest sister, Jenine Ransom. She leaves behind a tribe of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Regina's partner of many years, Charlie Brandon, and many others who loved her dearly will be left to cherish their memories with her.
Regina spent her career years as a waitress at Captain James, Denny's, Golden China, Bob Evans and many more. Regina loved smiling, having fun, and listening to her R&B music, her favorite country artists, Keith Urban and Rascal Flatts. Regina's smile could brighten your darkest day. She was full of life, laughter, and she impacted everyone who came in her life. Regina was an amazing, strong, independent, indestructible woman who always spoke her mind without question.
Regina Ann Ransom will be missed but will live on without regret, pain, worry or struggle. Regina will remain in our hearts and as a constant thought in our memories. We will remember her life as a blessing and her memory as a treasure. She is loved beyond words and will be missed beyond measure.
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