September 25, 1955 ~ July 2, 2002

Born in: Reading, PA,
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Regena Yvonne Danner, 46, daughter of Marjorie Danner Johnson (and the late Arthur Lee Johnson)of 32 Gray Street, Asheville, died Tuesday, July 2, 2002, at the Hospice Solace Center. Ms. Danner was born in Reading, PA and was a former nursing assistant. In addition to her mother, she is survived her father, Alexander Looper, Sr. of New Jersey; two daughters, Janeen and Kendra Danner, and four sons, Milton Thomas Johnson, Malcolm Danner, Michael Danner, and Marcus Danner, all of Asheville; three brothers, Arthur Johnson of Salisbury, Charles Looper of Asheville and Alexander Looper, Jr. of Jersey City, NJ; three grandchildren, two aunts, 2 uncles and one nephew. No local services are scheduled.

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  1. Everytime I walk around my home, there I will see something that will make me stop and laugh, stop and cry, and stop and be thankful that you are no longer suffering and I hope and pray that you are free and in a loving place full of light and happiness with never ending days. When you get there, make sure you tell ‘Tree’, I am waiting on the day to stroll down the streets with all of you, Robert Jr., Larry, Cromer, ‘Jiggs’, Oletha and Franklin. I hope all of our friends were there to great you with open arms. I always called you RE gena, but you always liked ‘Gena!’ I miss having you for a roommate after living together for such a long period of time. Both me and Ronnie will keep your Mother in our prayers and your children and grandchildren. You always told me that you wanted to live long enough to hold them in your arms. Peace Regena, my friend, Rest on in God’s loving arms. Sleep the eternal sleep. Your Friend, I will miss you Regena, Gregg

  2. Gena always shared her love with me and my family. She and my mother(Phine) Were great friends. I know that she is in god’s hands. She was very strong and that is something we can all carry on.
    thanks for sharing her with us.


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