During late 1995, Regina and Jim followed their boys, who had moved to Boise for employment opportunities. Shortly after arriving in Boise, Regina became part of the W.L. May Co. family. She started as a Boise counter employee and in 1996 became Branch Manager. She simply loves getting up every day and going to work.
Regina and her husband, Jim, recently celebrated their 42nd marriage anniversary. Jim, her high school sweetheart, has been and always will be, her best friend. Regina could not have a better partner to share her life with.
They have two grown children; Jerome, 42, who now lives in Kalispell, MT, and Charlie, 38, who lives in Clancy, MT. Their son Charlie is the father of Regina's "wonderful and fun" 13 year old granddaughter, Mallory. They are very proud of their two boys and granddaughter, Mallory. They also enjoy spending time visiting Regina's mother, Marilyn, who lives in an assisted living complex in Boise; they enjoy bringing her home for weekends and including her on small trips. Their family is the model of happiness, and feel this way because of the amount of quality time they spend together.
They love to watch Mallory bowl during her weekly Saturday morning league, and they frequently travel to watch her participate in city and state tournaments. Mallory is a great bowler, and has been going to Team Masters for the last two years in New York and Ohio. This year the tournament will be in Florida. Not only does Mallory enjoy bowling, she has earned college scholarship money from the time she started to bowl.
Regina takes it one day at a time and enjoys life. In her spare time, Regina enjoys fishing and camping, traveling anywhere and most importantly, enjoying family time. One of her favorite things to do is to jump up and say "Let's get out of here" and get in the car and go to destinations unknown. Regina loves visiting her sister, Mary, who lives in Garfield Bay (near Lake Ponderay) located just off the highway in Sagle, ID; a place of beauty in Northern Idaho.
If you're ever in the Boise area, make sure to drop in and say hello to Regina, you're guaranteed to be greeted with a smile.