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Vincent J. Regimbal
08/10/1917 — 02/20/2006
From Richland, WA, US | Born in Moxee City
Vincent J. Regimbal
Vin Regimbal, 88, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, cousin and friend died February 20, 2006.
Vin was born in Moxee City, WA to Donat and Hazel Regimbal on August 10, 1917.
Vin Regimbal and LuDean Rouleau were married in 1937 and enjoyed 68 years of the joys and sorrows that are a part of life. Their example has been an inspiration to all.
Vin is survived by his wife LuDean, sister Lorraine Bosse of Spokane, children Rosemary Thomas, Gene Regimbal Anna Paula, Dave Regimbal Maryann Tom Regimbal Jami Ann, brother-in-law Dave Draze Angie, 17 grandchildren Jeanne Zorich Pat, Lynne LePage Dave, Marc Regimbal Monica, Catherine Ryan, Maureen Ryan, Kevin Ryan, Siobhan Ryan, Ed Thomas Lisa, Jen Brazeau Joe, Joe Thomas Hillary,Will Thomas Angela, Erica Thomas, Heather Regimbal, Tamara Regimbal, Nicole Regimbal, Lyndee Lee Andy, DanL' Snitily Tom and 16 8/9 great grandchildren.
Vin was preceded in death by his parents, brother Paul, sisters Jeanette Draze, Margaret Height, daughter Karen Lee Ryan, granddaughter Mary Le Doyea, and son-in-law Dick Thomas.
Vin served in the US Army in World War II and spent much of his working life as a Radiation Monitor on the Hanford Project. He shared his lifelong avocation of fishing and hunting with family and friends. His strength and loving presence will be missed by all who knew him.
A rosary will be held at Einan's Funeral Home in Richland Friday, February 24th at 7pm. The Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Christ the King Catholic Church in Richland on Saturday, February 25th at 1 pm.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Tri Cities Chaplaincy Hospice.
I don’t think I’ll ever pick a huckleberry or catch a trout without thinking about you, Grandpa. You will be missed.
Sending your family our love and support at this time of the loss of your husband, father, and friend.
Love Margie Wells & Daughter
So many happy times together. Sib and I considered Vin and Lu as our best friends for so many years. Lovely camping trips together and always sharing our most friendly thoughts.
Love and condolences to your whole family.
I will cherish the times in many camps. He was a true outdoorsman that was always willing to share his knowledge of nature. He was an enduring figure in my life.