Obituary for George T Regenauer

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George T Regenauer

March 10, 1946 - March 13, 2012

George T. Regenauer, age 66 passed away unexpectedly Tuesday evening,March 13, 2012 at the Columbus Regional Hospital. He was a resident of Nashville and former resident of Tarpon Springs, FL. By his side, was his loving wife of 16 years Patricia L. (Robbins) Regenauer whom he married on January 2, 1996.

George was born March 10, 1946 in Louisville, KY to the late George W. & Mary E. (Gilmer) Regenauer. He was a 1976 graduate of the University of Louisville where he obtained a Bachelors Degree in Business.

George retired after 27 dedicated years of serving his country with the United States Navy as a Yeoman Second Class. After retirement, he worked as a realtor and property appraiser in Florida, was a tour guide for the St. Augustine Historical Society and was the Master Captain of the sightseeing vessel "Double Sunshine" in Naples, FL. George also worked as a Park Ranger for the Florida Dept. of Recreation and Parks, and worked in maintenance & was a gate attendant for the Brown County State Park.

He attended the Salvation Army Church in Nashville and was a known as a "True Servant to all". George was a talented artist, as well as, a wood carver. He enjoyed making Native American flutes, birdhouses, pipes and furniture. He enjoyed the outdoors, bird watching and working in his garden.

George was loved and will be missed by all of his family and friends. He is survived by his wife: Patricia; daughters; Theresa A. (Tim) Huynh & Rebecca A. Rogers both of Louisville, KY; step children: Monica Irauzqui of Stowe, VT & Duff Robertson of Indianapolis; four step grandchildren & one step great grandchild. He will be remembered by his mother-in-law: Carolyn Robbins of Brown County; sister-in-laws: Debbie Larsh & Ruth Ellen Evans both ofBrownCounty; nieces: Kasey & Maggie Evans both of Brown County.

The Rev. Phil Barrett will conduct a memorial service 1 pm Saturday at the Salvation Army Church,168 S. Jefferson St. in Nashville. Military rites will be presented by the Brown County Honor Guard following the memorial service at the church. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Meredith – Clark Funeral Home Cremation & Personalization Center in Morgantown.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are strongly encouraged to the Salvation Army Brown County Church,168 S. Jefferson St. Nashville, IN 47448.

Expressions of caring and kindness can be made to the Regenauer family

Information: (812) 597-4670


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Born: March 10, 1946
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Tricia Bock posted on 1/1/00

I am so sorry to read of George's passing. He was a talented writer and we certainly enjoyed hearing him read his work at WRAPS and at the Roundtable Writers Guild meetings. He will certainly be missed in our literary circle and also as our friend.


Jennifer Sobecki posted on 1/1/00

Jeremy and I were sad to hear of George's passing. Jeremy was the assistant manager at Brown Co. State park until Feb of last year and it was great getting to know George while working with him. We lived in the park and so I would see him at the gate as I drove home many days. He gave me two gourds and let me borrow his wood burner and gourd book as I was trying to learn how to do gourd art. I raised gourds last year and hope to start working on them this year. I can thank him for that inspiration!