On Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 Regina Kay Hollaman joined the heavenly host to be with her Lord.
Her parents, William E. Hunt Sr. and Sara Harper welcomed her into the world on January 1, 1970. She grew up in Fayette County, PA: attended Brownsville Area High School, the University of Pittsburgh and Robert Morris University with degrees in Black History and Masters in Business Administration.
She served our country for six years as an Army Reservist during the Desert Storm Conflict. Her compassionate heart, love of children and sincere commitment to family made her excel in social work in Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Florida as a Child Protective Investigator Supervisor.
An avid runner who inspired others to live a healthy lifestyle. She was on a mission to run in every state by the age of 50 and had completed 37 half and full marathons by the time of her departure.
Regina’s calling and gift was in assisting others to reach their highest potential by helping them to create a vision and motivating them to reach it.
Regina was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, William Everette and Aquilla Priscilla Hunt; maternal grandparents, Earl and Sarah Lee Peterson.
She is survived by her beloved son, Earl Hollaman; her proud parents, William (Valicia) Hunt and Sara (Curtis) Harper; brothers, Wiliam Eric (April) Hunt Jr., Shawn Harper, Pierre Harper, Curtis Harper Jr., Brian Harper, Michael Boney, Derrick Boney; sisters, Shawnetta Harper, Dynaya Harper, Kylaya Harper, Christina Harper; uncles, Frank (Vicki) Peterson, William (Marcia) Peterson; aunts, Rose (Robert) Thompson, Leola Bryant, Darlene (Harry) Ervin, Lucinda Evans and Rosalie Hester; her finace, Randy Earl Walker, his children, Randi Janelle and Randall Walker; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends to mourn her loss.