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Regine Farley

Regine Adela Farley

February 3, 1920 - June 15, 2020
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Regine Adela “Jean” Farley of Edgewater and previously Hyattsville, MD, passed away at the age of 100 on June 15, 2020 at Brightview South River. Born February 3, 1920 in Dante, SD to the late Frank J. and Matilda M. Hamberger Hakl, Jean graduated from high school and began a 20-year banking career in Wagner, SD. Later, while living in San Francisco, CA, Jean worked in the business office of a parking garage. After her marriage, Jean focused on making a comfortable home for her husband and children and supporting them in all their pursuits. She was an active parishioner at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church in Hyattsville where she was a member of the parish’s Senior Club and Ladies’ Sodality. Jean also enjoyed reading, shopping at yard sales and antique stores, and traveling with her husband. Most of all, she cherished spending time with her family and friends. Jean was preceded in death by her loving husband of 35 years, Robert D. Farley who died in 1992; her brother, Steven J. Hakl and sisters, Bertha D. Petrik, Sylvie Hakl, Lillian C. Knott and Marthe M. Gordon. She is survived by her children, Robert Farley and Mary Farley; two grandchildren, Daniel Farley and Melissa Bell and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be private. Jean will be buried with her husband at Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Hospice of the Chesapeake, 91 Ritchie Hwy., Pasadena, MD 21122. Condolences may be offered using the Memory Wall tab at the top of this page.
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Eljidia Spano

Posted at 02:20pm
Everyone of my family members will miss you immensity. Gigi always remembered the good old days in Maryland when shopping together. Gigi and Jean couldn't get enough of shopping, that was their life. Jean is in heaven now with her husband and both will be together for eternity.

Marcia Deyloff

Posted at 03:57pm
I will always remember my Aunt Regine ! Such a sweet lady, & An attentive Aunt to me whenever we got together. I posted 1 pic I had when we ( our family) attended her next older sister’s ( Marthe ) Funeral / one of my my other Aunts / in Dante I believe in 2010, if I recall right. MJ & Rob are in the pic too. We will see each again!
KS

Katie Stillwagon

Posted at 10:51pm
I always loved hearing tales about Mrs. Farley From my mom, Maryanne. She will be greatly missed.
LM

Laura McGinnis

Posted at 10:27am
Mrs. Jean always knew how to make me smile! In the 4 years I was able to build a relationship with her as her activities assistant, there wasn't any program she wouldn't come to, especially BINGO!! Mary became family to us at Brightview. She would help with Bingo clean up on week nights, sit and talk with residents and build relationships with them as well. Our doors will always be open to you and we love you!
~Laura McGinnis, Vibrant Living Director
KM

Kadine Mitchell

Posted at 09:58am
We love and miss you dearly Mrs. Farley! Mrs. Farley was always so kind, loved her family and her cookies :-) She enjoyed being around others and spending time outside. It was a sad moment with tears for many when she transitioned. We truly became family over the years. Mary is and will always be a member of our family here, always showing appreciation to the team with our annual Subway party. We will carry that on in the spirit of Mrs. Farley for our team members here. Thank you for choosing us as her home in her later years. From all of us here at Brightview South River, Kadine Mitchell ~ Executive Director.
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