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“We are so very sorry and send our love and prayers. Tim and Terry Regenold ”
1 of 3 | Posted by: Tim Regenold - Sikeston, MO

“Dear Regenold family, I am so saddened to learn of Paul's passing. Even though I knew him only the months after his beloved Norma's death, I felt he...Read More »
2 of 3 | Posted by: Cindy Gerke - Fort wayne, IN

“Paul was a fantastic Husband, father, friend and person. He loved and cared for his family and gave it his all. Many fond memories rest with me of...Read More »
3 of 3 | Posted by: Mark Dickey - Ponce Inlet, FL

Paul H. Regenold, 89 passed away on May 26, 2018 with his family and children by his side at Lutheran Hospital in Ft. Wayne. He died from a broken heart of losing his beloved Norma Jean in January 2018. Paul was born in 1929 in Monroe, Michigan. He was a depression kid and overcame tough odds through hard work and a zest for life. He worked at several Ft. Wayne companies in data processing and started a specialty mail order business and later founded a highly successful internet search company, Webquest. Paul was the son of the late Reville and Adelia Regenold. He was the graduate of Central High School class of 1947. He married Norma Jean Regenold in 1951 and they spent 66 wonderful years of marriage together. Paul was the #1 Dad to two children Brenda Lynn Flowers (Greg) of Ft. Wayne and Daniel Paul Regenold (Becky) of Cincinnati. Paul was a faithful member of Simpson United Methodist Church. Paul is survived by 5 grandchildren, Justin Keith Flowers and Heather Jean Flowers of Ft. Wayne, and Kelly (Regenold) Ackerman, Emily Grace Regenold and Daniel Parke Regenold of Cincinnati, Ohio. He was also very proud of his four great-grandkids Alex Flowers, Julian Flowers, Kai Flowers and Carter Ackerman. Paul is survived by his sister Carole McGeehee of Ft. Wayne, Indiana and outlived his brothers Phil and Bruce and his sister Mary Salmon. Funeral service is Friday, June 1, 2018 at First Wayne Street United Methodist Church, 300 East Wayne St., Fort Wayne, IN. 46802. Visitation is at 10:00 am followed by a service at 11:00 with graveside burial afterwards. Memorial contributions may be made to First Wayne Street United Methodist Church Children's Ministry Fund, 300 East Wayne Street, Ft. Wayne, IN 46802.