Regina P. Barr, Age :91
Apr 11,1929---Jun 15,2020

Regina P. Barr 91, of Kansas City, Kansas, passed on June 15, 2020.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Mary Ann Meyer, two brothers Lawrence and Charles(Leroy) Meyer, three sisters, Mary Ann Stephens, Virginia Gorman (Buford), Margaret Bunich and husband Robert Barr. She is survived by a sister Lorraine Stakely and three sons and spouses, Richard (Dick) and wife Shari,Tim and wife Anna, Bill and wife Becky along with numerous nieces, nephews and grandchildren. 

Regina lived her whole life in Kansas City, Kansas. She attended St. Peter’s grade school, directly across the street from her house, and completed two years of high school before entering the work force during World War II. She met the love of her life, Robert (Bob) Barr and they dated before he was shipped off in 1944 into the Navy. 

After the war, they married and had their first son Richard (Dick), followed a year and a day later by Tim and sixteen months later Bill. 

Regina worked as a waitress for over 40 years at Jake Browns BBQ, Eddy’s, Bretons, The Bali Hi, New Yorker, Hereford House and finally Macy’s cafeteria on Johnson Drive.

Regina and Bob were remembered best for the summer picnics and parties celebrated at their house attended by the families of her brothers and sisters among others. Big cook outs, with huge dodgeball games were the talk for years afterwards. 

Sadly the  love of her life died in 1991 but Regina carried on involving herself in the lives of her sons and relatives. 

For the past 14 years she lived at Delaware Highlands, assisted living, one of the founding members.

Due to these unusual times and for the safety of all involved only the immediate family will attend services that will occur in the next few weeks. 

A true celebration of life will be held on the anniversary of Regina’s passing where all will be invited. 

In lieu of flowers, donations online to StJude.org. would be appreciated. 



Condolences

Gary and Terri Bloom Jun 18 ,2020

Nephew ,Nevada ,Missouri

Dick, Tim, and Bill I am so sorry to hear of Aunt Gene's passing. I will pray fir your family.

Marilyn Carroll Jun 18 ,2020

Niece to Jean Barr ,Cypress

We are so sorry for the loss of your Mom. Jean was a very loving, kind and generous person. Sending you prayers, love and hugs. Love, Marilyn Carroll and family

Dave Townsend Jun 19 ,2020

Neighbor ,KC ,Kansas

So sorry to hear of mother’s passing. She was a sweet lady and very good Mom What more can a person need or want Although she is gone for now, the fun begins when “ you meet again “ Thoughts and prayers for your family in this time of need The Dave Townsend Family

Maria Garcia Jun 20 ,2020

Work at Sunshine Biscuits ,Kansas City ,Kansas

Tim, so sorry for the loss of your mother. Prayers for her and you and family