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Regina Lynn Losito

March 22, 1970 — April 30, 2024

Clearfield

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Our beautiful wife, mother, sister and daughter, Regina Lynn Losito, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, April 30, 2024, at the young age of 54.  Regina was surrounded by family and friends when she returned to Jesus to be with her mother, grandparents, aunt Barbara, and other family and friends who passed before and are awaiting her arrival with open and loving arms.

 

Regina was born, Regina Lynn Alvarado, on March 22, 1970, in Dodge City, Kansas to her mother, Lucille Lorraine Garcia and father, Robert John Alvarado.  Growing up, she moved between Garden City and Dodge City, Kansas and graduated from Garden City High School in 1988.

 

In 1991, Regina moved to the Dallas, Texas area with her dad, and the family soon followed.  While in Dallas, she attended community college to learn about becoming a travel agent. She began working at the Sheraton Park Central Hotel in North Dallas to gain experience in the field.

 

While working at the Sheraton front desk, Regina met her husband, Bradley Keith Losito, who was bartending at the same hotel.  They went out one night on the advice of a coworker at the front desk, and the rest is history.

 

After the birth of their first son Ryan Michael Losito, on September 14, 1993, Regina and family moved to Utah.  Dallas was too hot and too big.  Brad’s family lived in Utah and Regina felt Utah would be a much nicer place to raise a family.  She loved Utah, most of the time, and never left.

 

Regina and Brad went to Las Vegas and married on September 16, 1995, at The Little White Chapel with Elvis providing the music.  It was a beautiful ceremony and soon after, Regina and Brad quickly lost all their money at the blackjack table . . . . Okay, Brad lost it!  Good times!

 

Regina and Brad bought their first and only house, in Clearfield, UT and moved in over Thanksgiving weekend in November 1996.  Soon after, on January 21, 1997, Regina’s second son, Bryce Alexander Losito, was welcomed into this world.

 

Regina was a fast burner in the hotel industry and quickly rose from working at the front desk to working as the Director of Catering for the Red Lion in Salt Lake City.  She became somewhat disillusioned with the industry after 9/11, when she was required to collect money from clients who were afraid to travel and wanted to cancel events, but they were already contracted.  At that time, she decided to leave the travel industry and pursue a career helping people.

 

Regina attended Davis Applied Technical College and began to pursue a career in healthcare.  She graduated as a certified medical assistant and went to work helping people like she always dreamed.  She spent most of her career working at Tanner Clinic, sometimes working for a single doctor and other times as a float on call.  One of the things she loved most about being a float was that she was able to work with, get to know and become friends with nearly everyone at the various Tanner clinics.

 

Regina loved the outdoors and traveling.  Camping, hiking, kayaking and lying on the beach or at the pool were some of her favorite past times.  But being with her children Ryan and Bryce was always top on her list and she was called “mom” by many of their friends.  

 

Regina leaves behind her loving husband, Brad, her two sons, Ryan and Bryce, her father, Robert Alvardo, her sister, Cathy, her brothers, Scott and Chris Alvarado, Eddie Garcia, and George Romero, her nieces, Michele and Aahlicia Pulido and her nephew, Jonathon Pulido.   Regina also leaves behind many in-laws, aunts, uncles, cousins, relatives, and friends too numerous to mention, but in our hearts as well.

 

The family members wish to thank the nursing staff at Holy Cross Hospital- Davis for the excellent care Regina received and all the compassion and accommodation provided for the family during this ordeal.  

 

Services for Regina will be held at Russon Mortuary, 1585 West 300 South, Syracuse, UT on Saturday, May 11, 2024, with viewing beginning at 3:00 pm and services at 4:00 pm.  Online guestbook at www.russonmortuary.com

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