Regina Mary Burson

Regina Mary Burson

July 28, 2023, 73, Columbus, OH —

Regina Mary Burson, 73, passed away on Friday, July 28, 2023, surrounded by her loving family.

Regina was born in Grove City to the late Frank X. Asbeck, Jr. and Mary Elizabeth Schaaf on March 22, 1950.

Regina graduated from Grove City High School in 1968. She attended vocational school studying cosmetology. Regina enjoyed spending quality time with her three daughters, attending Bible studies, growing in God’s word, teaching Sunday School, sewing beautiful quilts and clothing, gardening, cooking, painting, drawing, walking, and dancing. Regina was a loving mother with a kind and gentle spirit. She enjoyed praying and sharing the love of Christ with others when they needed to hear an encouraging word. Regina has left loving memories and a strong hope for her family to persevere. She would remind us all that God’s promise allows for a feeling of greater peace in the future for those who choose to believe in the Lord Jesus Christ.

Regina is survived by her daughter, Holly Tyo, and husband Jeff; daughter, Amy Kennedy and husband Walter of Goldsboro, NC; daughter, Elizabeth Burson; grandchildren, Victoria Sykes and husband Bryan, Wesley Kennedy of Goldsboro, NC, Emily Kennedy of Goldsboro, NC, Matt Tyo and wife Katie, Eric Tyo and wife Courtney, Jeffrey Tyo and wife Amanda, and eleven great-grandchildren; sister Christine Kilian, niece, Tera Kilian, step brother Frederick Schaaf and wife Kathy. In addition to her parents, she was proceeded in death by her brothers, Gregory Asbeck and Frank X. Asbeck, III.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent in memory of Regina Burson to
Scioto Community
433 Obetz Rd.
Columbus, OH 43207

A Graveside service will be held Saturday, August 5, 2023, at 10:00 AM at
Green Lawn Cemetery
1000 Greenlawn Avenue
Columbus, OH 43223 

“Nothing ever dies that is not born anew –
The miracles of nature all tell us this is true…
The flowers sleeping peacefully beneath the winter’s snow
Awaken to the sunshine’s warmth when spring winds start to blow,
And all around on every side new life and joy appear
To tell us nothing ever dies and we should have no fear,
For death is just detour along life’s wending way
That leads God’s chosen children to a bright and glorious day.”

Helen Steiner Rice