Regan Walters

  • Born: October 6, 1941
  • Died: May 30, 2012
  • Location: Coldspring, Texas

Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park

5725 Colleyville Blvd
Colleyville, TX 76034
Tel. (817) 498-5894

Tribute & Message From The Family

Peter Regan Walters, 70, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 in Carrollton. Memorial service: 3 pm Thursday, June 7, 2012, Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Chapel, 5725 Colleyville Blvd., with Rev. Dr. Bill Parr officiating.
Regan was born on October 6, 1941 in Keokuk, Iowa to Lloyd and Alta Walters. He married Donna Reid in Dallas in 1966. He was employed in aircraft maintenance for more than 40 years, retiring as a Supervisor with Continental Airlines in 2005. He was a member of The Cowboy Church of Coldspring. Regan was a friendly person who was known by everyone in the small town of Coldspring, and was nicknamed "Smiley" by the ladies in the drug store.
He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Donna Walters.
Regan will be remembered by his daughters, Rebecca Geddes and Laura Walker; son-in-law, Don Geddes; grandchildren, Bryan, Brandi, and Brenna; one great-grandchild, and many other dear relatives and friends.

Condolence & Memory Journal

I bet you still have your six shooter on your hip. never met a nicer gentleman ill drink a coors for you

Posted by brian rios - dallas, TX - old friend   September 05, 2013

Regan grabbed my heart the moment I laid eyes on him at San Jacinto County Cowboy Church in Coldspring, Tx. I had the honor of seeing Regan be baptized by bro. Terry Jones, and Regan and I sat beside each other during most Sunday services. He was like a Grandfather to me and his smile shone the light of his Savior. Rest in Peace Regan!

Posted by Linda Allen Ferguson - Shepherd, TX - friend   July 15, 2012


PR, it was great working with you upon my transfer to DFW from Houston. I will alays remember those times with great fondness.

Posted by Richard B. Lilly - Watauga, TX - Co-Worker   June 11, 2012

I enjoyed working with you and the ride to the hangar at end of shift you are so greatly missed

Posted by Bob Allen - IAH, TX   June 06, 2012

Tom worked with P R from 1962 until Tom retired in 2003. P R was the best man at our wedding in 1964. We had a chance to visit P R while he was in radiation therapy in Humble. Had a good visit.
He will be missed.

Posted by Tom and Yvonne Powers - Porter, TX - friend and co-worker   June 06, 2012

My Heartfelt Sympathy at this time of our loss. I thank God that I got to know Regan, even though it was just a short time.

Ray McCoppin
Big Creek Cowboy Church

Posted by Ray McCoppin - Coldspring, TX - Friend and Brother in Christ   June 06, 2012

PR, I enjoyed the many years of working beside you here at IAH and the stories you shared. May you RIP my good Friend.

Posted by Kevin Laird - Kingwood, TX - Co-worker/Friend   June 06, 2012

I enjoyed working with P.R. through the years at Continental. Your family is in my prayers.

Jeannine Church

Posted by Jeannine Church - New Caney, TX - co-worker   June 06, 2012


Regan was one of my oldest friends. He will be truly missed by the class of '59. I am deeply saddened to lose such a wonderful classmate and I, too, will miss him. He made the world a better place. God Bless.

Posted by garla brown - Gladstone, MO - life long friend   June 05, 2012


To Becky, Don & Brenna Clare .. My Heartfelt Sympathy at this time of our loss. I thank God that I had 52 years of laughing & Tom Follery with Reagan. He was my best friend.We made over 30 parachute jumps together..Lord, what fun we had.I also thank God that Regan's suffering is over, and now he is in a better place.Regan said he had on good authority that Heaven had a bumper crop this year of "barley, hops & malt" have a cool one us, old buddy, see you soon !! Thanks for the memories, Regan.
LOVE, Jerry Roth

Posted by Jerry Roth - Oklahoma city, OK - BEST FRIEND   June 05, 2012

We are so sorry for your loss.

Posted by Ron & Billie Reed - The Woodlands, TX - classmate   June 04, 2012

You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Dr. Paul Coggeshell - Milo, IA - Very best friend in grade school   June 04, 2012


Regan will be missed by his high school friend,s. We hade a great time in high school band.

Posted by Bob & Marie Dixon - Mesa, AZ - high school mate   June 04, 2012

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Life Stories

After returning home from a road trip a few years back,Cathy informed me that Reagn had just called. I asked her how old Regan was doing. She said."I don't have a clue...he talked for 5 minutes in CRYPTIC...and I have no idea what he said " !! I said, "that is great news..that means Regan has had a liquid refreshment..or two..and he is doing JUST FINE !!! You guys who knew Regan know exactly what I am talking about. I sure will miss him.

Started my stories and lost them...(my computer is old - so am I...but Regan and I were always close as children and grew up and older with a sense of unity. I will so miss him, but do have wonderful memories. I am so grateful he was part of my life. Love you Dear Cousin!!!