Regina L. (Jean) Sligar
1928 - 2019
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Regina (Jean) Liberatore Sligar, long time resident of Las Vegas passed away May 1 at age 90. Jean was born in New Philadelphia, Ohio in 1928. She moved to Las Vegas with her husband, Bill in 1953 who took a job at the Nevada Test Site. They made Las Vegas their home and raised their 4 children here. Jean worked for the CCSD as a Food Handler and served as a volunteer in many local organizations including Hospice.

Jean has always been known for her strength, loyalty and generosity. She dearly loved her family and especially enjoyed welcoming each new baby into the fold.

Jean leaves behind her sons Jerry Sligar (Cheryl), Rod Sligar (Teresa), and daughters Sue Gurlides (Steve) and Julie Blizzard (David), 17 grandchildren and

25 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

Services will be held Monday, May 13 at 11am at Bunkers Eden Vale Mortuary. The family requests, in lieu of flowers, that donations be made to the American Heart Association or Autism Speaks.


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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on May 8, 2019.
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May 17, 2019
Julie, I'm so sorry to read that your Mom passed away recently, and now I know why you were in town. My sincerest sympathy to you and your family. -Mary Ambrose
May 11, 2019
Julie, your mom was such a great lady! Im so sorry. Hugs.
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