Reginald Lewilyn Nathan

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Reginald Lewelyn Nathan, age 67, was born at DC General Hospital in North East, Washington DC, and the family later moved to Seat Pleasant, MD. Reggie loved his family and was known to his family as “Butchie” He was honest, kind, trusting and had a gentle spirit, that only comes around once in a lifetime, always giving, he was faithful to the word of God, and love to sit with me studying and reading scripture.

Reggie could light up a room with his smile, and have you unknowingly engaged in a conversation of him telling one of his jokes or stories, and losing all track of time. In 1974 at 22, he enlisted into the United States Air Force, as an Aerospace Ground Equipment Mechanic, and did a ten month and four-day tour in Vietnam. Upon his honorable discharge in 1978, Reginald ranked as Sgt. under the command of the 87 Fighter Interceptor Squadron. He later went on to earn his Bachelor of Science in Theater at Northern Michigan University, and in 2013, received his licenses as a State of Ohio Insurance Agent. Reggie loved to ride his bike on the trails and walking at least two miles a week. He loved talking to everyone, and anyone that asked how he was, his response was always “Alive and Well” he also cherished his time talking with his clients, while driving them to outside activities as a Transportation Specialist at National Church Residence for the disabled. At the time of his passing, Reggie was retired, living peacefully at a Veteran apartment community, The Commons at Livingston, where he built friendships with fellow veterans and was referred to as “Rev” ministering to the men and women in his community.

Reginal is preceded in death by his mother, Yetta Livingston-Nathan, father, Emerson Lee Nathan, and sister Gale Nathan.

Reginald leaves to cherish his memory, his very Special Friend Teresa “Tracie Evans, brothers James E. Nathan, Robert L. {Shirley} Nathan, and Dale A. Nathan., sisters, Antoinette V. {Nathan} Wallace, husband Kenneth Wallace, Denise C. Nathan, Patricia A. {Nathan}Greene, husband{d} Antonio Greene. Also, 15 nieces and nephews and 19 great nieces and nephews, a host of loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

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