Regina passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Feb. 11, 2023.

Our mother, Regina, was one of the strongest women to ever walk this earth and our family was blessed to have her as the head of the family. Regina graduated from Smiths Station High School in 1957, where she was Miss Citizenship of her graduating class. She gave her all to her family and we will never be able to fill the space left behind by her.

Regina went on to meet the love of her life, Stanley J. Zenisek Jr., in 1961. Together they raised four children. She was a wonderful and loving mother.

Regina worked for Ampex Corporation in Opelika for 35 years where she retired. She was a dedicated employee as a quality assurance technician.

There were many games and activities she enjoyed. Most days you would see her doing crossword puzzles, word find and jigsaw puzzles. She enjoyed playing dominos, card games and bingo. Her love for plants and flowers was always evident and she enjoyed taking anyone who would go for a stroll in the yard to see her many plants. Another activity she enjoyed was fishing and catching shrimp and crabs.

Regina was preceded in death by her father Hayward Hall, mother Gertrude Littleton Hall and husband Stanley J. Zenisek Jr.

She is survived by her four children: E. Darlene Gullatte, Stanley P. Zenisek, P. Kathleen “Kathy” Patterson (Mike) and Melinda R. Fair; eight grandchildren: Samuel Gullatte, Kathryn Gullatte Luper (Marc), Steven Randolph (Chelsea), Joey Randolph, Jade Randolph, Finn Adams, Sydney Beville, Ashlyn Beville; and three great-grandchildren: Maria Gullatte, Hunter Randolph and Rosie Randolph. Her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were her pride and joy. She is also survived by her sisters, Lora (Harold) Jones and Lottie (Eric) Chandler, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Services were held on Feb. 15 at Jeffcoat-Trant Funeral Home in Opelika.