Alicia Reger

Died: July 4, 2018
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Alicia M. Reger, 26, left us to answer her savior’s call on July 4th, 2018. She was born in Santiago, Chile and was very proud of her United States citizenship. She died very unexpectedly at home. She was pre-deceased by her Grandparents Quentin and Josephine Reger and her dear uncle Greg Feeney. She is survived by her parents Paul and Kimberly Reger, grandparents Ken and Sylvia Keith, sister Shelley (John) Keller, brother Keith Reger, aunts and uncles Patricia Fraschilla, James (Sue) Reger, Nikki (Tom) Mitchell, Heidi Feeney, close cousins Ellen Feeney, Leanne (Joe) Shoemaker, Gina Feeney and numerous other cousins. Alicia was a member of Most Holy Rosary Church in Maine, NY and always enjoyed working the annual Oktoberfest bazaar fundraiser. She worked for 8 years in the Ideal Living Center and United Methodist Home Hilltop senior care facilities where the residents enjoyed being with her. She also worked for a year at Fairview Recovery Services helping others to manage addictions. She most recently worked at Endicott Coil in Binghamton where she quickly gained the respect and confidence of her co-workers.
The family will receive friends from 4 to 7 pm on Thursday July 12th, 2018 at Allen Memorial Home 511-513 East Maine Street, Endicott. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Most Holy Rosary Church, 2596 Main Street, Maine, NY at 11:00 am on Friday July 13th, 2018. In lieu of flowers, please offer contributions to Alzheimer’s research or Drug Awareness/Prevention.

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Visitation Information

Date: Thursday, July 12, 2018

Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Allen Memorial Home


511-513 East Main Street
Endicott, NY 13760

Service Information

Date: Friday, July 13, 2018

Time: 11:00 am

Most Holy Rosary Church


2596 Main Street, Maine, NY, 13802

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Died: July 4, 2018

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Jenna and Jannine Kaye posted on 7/16/18

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Kay posted on 7/12/18

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Kay posted on 7/12/18

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The Fraschilla Family posted on 7/12/18

Our Family Will Remember our very sweet & kind young woman ... She was one of our “East Coast” Family whom We did not often get to see; But was glad for the time family events brought us together! We trust her spirit rests easy with those of other family, and my love and prayers go out to my Uncle Paul & Aunt Kim, along with their immediate family, and all my extended family who are shaken and saddened by this very unexpected loss. Love you and remember to try and be kind and good to all that matter!


Danielle Gaydorus posted on 7/12/18

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Reger, I’m deeply saddened to hear about Alicia’s passing and thinking of you both. Alicia was one of my first friends in life starting at a very young age. I remember how cheerful she was and I will cherish our memories together. Some of my favorite memories are dressing up for Halloween and trick-or-treating together, the birthday parties we shared, and of course how she got me into bowling. I always looked forward to the Saturday bowling league every week since we went to different schools. Although I moved far away after college, I was happy that we were able to meet up a couple years ago to reconnect. We reunited for dinner at Olive Garden to catch up and I remember her smile and how happy we were to reminisce over our past stories. I will always remember Alicia and wish she was still with us. Sending thoughts and prayers from the west coast. May Alicia Rest In Peace and we carry on her memories. <3


Adrian gregory posted on 7/11/18

Alicia was such a sweet girl. I loved how much she laughed I always enjoyed working with her at UMH and the outings we had outside of work. She will be missed :(


Robert Kelly posted on 7/11/18

your smile and laugh has penetrated the hearts of everyone you were around....your kind caring spirit will be greatly missed and at peace my your soul soar.


judy wentz posted on 7/10/18

Kim and Paul, I've known Alicia since she was a child. What an amazing adult she grew into. May you know you are in our thoughts and prayers for you and your family. Judy and Sam


Kimberly Garner posted on 7/10/18

In memory of Alicia Reger, Kimberly Garner lit a candle


Kim Garner posted on 7/10/18

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Joseph Nicosia posted on 7/10/18

You were one of my first friends while working at JGJ. Heartbreaking to hear what happened.


Diane Goerner posted on 7/10/18

Our deepest sympathies to you Uncle Paul and Aunt Kim for the loss of your sweet, kind-hearted daughter and our cousin Alicia.


Eileen Callahan posted on 7/10/18

My deepest sympathy is with you. I got to know Alicia through Shannon and I’m so glad she was a part of our family. She was a wonderful,sweet,caring young lady! Always there for my daughter and grand babies,we will miss her so.


Gary Johnson posted on 7/10/18

Dear Paul and Kimberly, What an impact Alicia has had on so many lives in her brief interval on this earth. You have to be very proud that your efforts made her contribution of goodness to so many.persons possible. I treasure that you shared with Nancy and me, Alicia's story, how Nancy and Jack helped to make the wonder of Alicia's life in America possible . May your faith in Divine power carry you through this grief.


Kirstin Clinton posted on 7/10/18

In memory of Alicia Reger, Kirstin Clinton lit a candle


JoAnn Huddle posted on 7/10/18

Dear Kim and Paul, I'm so sorry to hear of Alicia's passing. As you know I only met her on a few occasions, and I found her to be a very intelligent, engaging, and sweet young woman with a great smile and laugh. May God comfort you and your family as you honor and remember Alicia's life. Please know you are in my prayers.


Sue Smacher posted on 7/10/18

Kimberly, Paul and family. We are very sorry for you loss. “Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart“. Sue and Mark


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Kevin McCabe posted on 7/10/18

I am so very very sorry for your loss. I can't count the number of times Alicia was at our home with Michelle. They were the best of friends since 7th grade and this is just heartbreaking. Alicia and all of her family and friends are in our prayers.