The community of Regis Jesuit remembers and prays for those among us who have passed away and offers condolences to their families. Prayers for the deceased are offered at school.
We make every effort to account accurately for the passing of any alumnus/a, student, faculty or staff member as well as that of any of their parents, spouses or siblings. If we are aware of other relationships the deceased had to members of our community, we do our best to list them as well. We sincerely regret any oversights or errors that may occur.
Memorial donations can be designated to support the education of future generations of young men and women at Regis Jesuit. If you make a memorial gift, the family will be notified of your donation and you will receive an acknowledgment. Please note that memorial gifts are not limited to those listed. Please click here to make a Memorial Gift.
First Friday Mass in November is offered as a special Remembrance Mass honoring those in our community and their loved ones who have passed away in the preceding year. All are invited to attend.
The names on this page date back to June 2019 and are listed in descending order by the date they were posted.
Please contact us if you would like to submit an obituary for this page.
We are saddened to inform you that Bill Mara, former head football coach at Regis Jesuit, passed away on October 13.
"Bill Mara passed peacefully on October 13th, 2019. He was born in Lincoln, NE October 3rd, 1941. Bill was a very successful businessman. He founded several successful entities over his business career including oil and gas companies, investment banking and bridge financing companies and agricultural production interests. His true passion was working with young men on the football field. He started his coaching career in 1970 as a volunteer coach for the local youth football program. His coaching success over the years lead him to the high school coaching ranks where he held several assistant coaching positions. He had coaching roles at Mullen, Littleton, Manual, Thomas Jefferson and finally the head coach at Regis High School. He was the Regis High School head coach from 1997 – 2003. He was a very successful coach from a win-loss perspective, but his true passion was his ability to make a positive impact on young men’s’ lives, which was known by all who had the pleasure to work with him". Click here to view the full obituary.
A Memorial Mass will be held at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Church on Friday, October 18 at 10:00 am. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his name can be made to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital or Porter Hospice at the Johnson Center.
We are saddened to inform you that Curtis Sinks, father of Connor '15, passed away on September 10, 2019.
"Curt will be greatly missed. He had a strong presence among those who knew him. Left to cherish his memories are his wife Anne, son Connor, many family members, and dear friends." Click here to view the full obituary.
We are saddened to inform you that Timothy Bauer '13 passed away on September 4, 2019.
"Tim possessed a lifelong fascination with turtles with a passion he brought to everything he enjoyed. Tim was a graduate of Regis Jesuit High School, 2013, where he received the Open to Change Award his Sophomore year. He earned the rank of Eagle Scout, loved to travel and his Denver sports teams (especially the Broncos!), and immersed himself into theater and speech and debate where he dug deep into every role he took on. He studied Theater at Columbia College Chicago before moving to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. Tim loved reading about politics and would bend anyone’s ear for a lively discussion. His engaging smile is unforgettable, and his family and friends will miss the shining light in their lives that was put out; we will never be the same. You knew with Tim that he was your friend for life, no matter how long it had been since you had last been together." Click here to view the full obituary.
We are saddened to inform you that Rob McReynolds, former head wrestling coach at Regis Jesuit, passed away on September 17 after battling Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
Those who met him, who worked for him, and who were loved by him, felt the potent intention with which he lived his days. Rob was a fighter who won - first in wrestling, then in love, and later in business. But like any great fighter, he showed us that life is not about the individual wins. Rather, his life leaves a lasting impact because of how he chose to be accountable to each and every one of the moments in between. His life reflected the love he brought to that which he cared about most - cherished time with family, traveling to unforgettable places, and attending concerts and sporting events that fueled his soul. Those things were the hallmark of Rob's life, and yet they merely hint at the magic with which he lived. Click here to view the full obituary.
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