Regina Harriman
Regina Harriman

Obituary of Regina Harriman

REGINA HARRIMAN, 75 of Montville, died on March 26th at Waldo County General Hospital surrounded by her family. She was born July 25, 1934 in Freedom. She enjoyed cooking, knitting and day road trips up north. She was predeceased by her husband Tracy “Joe” Harriman; her mother Lizzie Turner; her father Maurice Turner; two brothers Raoul Turner and Meldon Turner; grandson Wayne Harriman Jr. and special daughter-in-law Pam Harriman. Survivors include her children, Tracy Harriman III and wife Arlene, Bryan Harriman and companion Chipper Berry, David Harriman and wife Angie, Wayne Harriman and wife Lillian, Randy Harriman and wife Danielle; brothers and sisters, Geneva Peavey, Elwin Turner and wife Faline, Shirley Peavey, Dickie Turner and wife Tinka, Lester Turner and wife Sharon, Sharon Leeman and husband Norman; David Turner and wife Caroline, Willis Turner and wife Wanda, Peggy Cowing and husband Paul, Eddie Turner and wife Bea, Winfield Turner and wife Peggy; sisters-in-law Joyce Turner and Diane Turner; grandchildren, Chad Harriman, Laurie Haynes, Mike Haynes, Traci Perry, Lauren Elkins, Philip Hodgdon, Ethan Hodgdon, Colan Hodgdon, Shana Pyle and husband Paul, Leanna Berry, Jessica Martin and husband Seth, David Harriman Jr., Joe Harriman, Jr., Toriann Harriman, Carly Harriman, Dana Harriman; great-grandchildren, John Haynes, Angel Haynes, Shane Martin, Casey Martin, Emily Palmer and Damien Pyle. Family & friends are invited to a memorial visitation from 5-7 p.m. Monday, March 29th at Crabiel-Riposta Funeral Home, 182 Waldo Avenue, Belfast. On-line condolences may be offered to the family at
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