Regina Kay Warner, 67, of Coffeyville passed away surrounded by her family on Sunday, April 5, 2020.\n\nShe was born on March 23, 1953 at Madison, West Virginia to Paul E. and JoAnn (Walls) Caudill. Regina grew up and attended school in Madison graduating from Scott High School in Madison.\n\nIn 1974 she married Robert Taylor. Shortly after marriage, they moved to Coffeyville where they raised their two daughters. They were later divorced. \n\nShe married Kenny Warner, they were later divorced.\n\nRegina worked at Bank of America for several years. She attended Westside Christian Church, and loved spending time with her daughters and grandchildren. She also loved to sing and was a member in a small local country group along with being very active in the church choir and performing solos.\n\nSurvivors include two daughters, Dawn (Eric) Lanning and Kelli (Justin) Holmes both of Coffeyville; her mother, JoAnn Caudill of Lakeland, Florida; two sisters, Gwen (Mark) Switzer of Winter Haven, Florida, and Donna (David) Speir of Lakeland, Florida; and six grandchildren; Dalton Lanning of Orlando, Florida, Sydnie Lanning of South Coffeyville, Oklahoma, Hailey, Amy, J.J. and Nathan Holmes, all of Coffeyville, Kansas.\n\nDue to the current situation, no service is planned at this time; a celebration of Regina's life will take place at a future date.