Regina Bienkowski

  • Born: April 16, 1959
  • Died: May 27, 2021
  • Location: Boothwyn, Pennsylvania

D'Anjolell Memorial Home of Broomall

2811 West Chester Pike
Broomall, PA 19008

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Tel. (610) 356-4200

Tribute & Message From The Family


Loving Daughter, Sister & Aunt

Regina E Bienkowski

April 16, 1959 – May 27,2021

Regina (Gina) Bienkowski passed on Thursday, May 27, 2021. Gina was a beloved daughter, sister, aunt (CioCia), cousin, friend and businesswoman. She was born in Chichester, PA, attended Chichester high school, earned her BS in Accounting Shippensburg University and her MBA from Widener University.

She was a passionate businesswoman. She rose to CFO and Partner at Ultimate Resources, Inc in Newtown Square, where her firm specialized in small to mid-sized healthcare firm merger and acquisitions. She later ventured out on her own and founded RightGrowth Solutions in Boothwyn, PA.

Gina had a love of horticulture. This love of plants and gardening shaped her life and ascetic. She filled both her home and office with flowers and she spent her down time tending to her gardens. When her birthday or Christmas came around, a yearlong membership to Longwood Gardens was always a cherished gift that she both received and gave.

And while she loved her work and flowers, her greatest love was her family (chocolate was a close second). She never had a business trip where she did not find a way to meet up with some member of either the Bienkowski or Barcikowski clan. She was extraordinarily close to her parents, siblings, and cousins. If she was not able to see them, she was on the phone regaling them with her quick wittedness, biting observations, juicy gossip, sharp humor, and laughter. She also spent years devoted to spoiling and supporting her numerous nieces and nephews while also attempting to convey important life lessons such as tactfulness and the importance of government deregulation.

Gina's life, laughter, love, and humor, while gone far too soon, will never be forgotten by those who were graced enough to have been part of her life.

Predeceased by her father Henry P. Bienkowski. Survived by her mother, Maxine Bienkowski; siblings Henry (Melinda) Bienkowski, David Bienkowski, Elaine (Scott) Keller; nephews and nieces: David (MC) Bienkowski, Joseph Bienkowski, Kathryn (Damian) Wilhelm, Mary Bienkowski, Andrew Keller, Matt (Addie) Keller; and her great nieces and nephew.

We will be hosting a private memorial service for her June 12.

In Lieu of Flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Lupus Foundation of America(https://www.lupus.org/) in her honor.


Condolence & Memory Journal

If you were lucky enough to know Gina, you knew your worth. She was always a champion in your corner.
Many of our walks to Longwood Gardens turned from exercise in to times of laughter.
Her vivacious spirit will forever live on.
I am truly blessed to have known Gina.

Posted by Karen Pryor - Coatesville, PA - friend   July 19, 2021

Friday, June 12, 2021 was your day sweet Regina. The deep love of your family and friends were with you today as your guardian angle adjusted your wings. One by one we all said our final goodby knowing you had to leave us. Heaven's gates were opening for you, it was time to go.

Posted by Kitty Mikul - Havelock,, NC - Family   June 13, 2021

I am so very sorry and saddened to hear about Regina's death. Even though it has been many years since I last saw her I will always remember her smile and laugh and how she got me interested in plants. My heartfelt condolences and sympathy to her mom brothers sister and all of her family.

Posted by Linda Lutz - Ridley Park, PA   June 12, 2021

Regina ALWAYS was friendly and easy to talk to. Although we did not meet often, she always found something we could share. We are sorry that she has passed so young.

Posted by Patty & Joe Bienkowski - Bowling Green, OH - family   June 12, 2021

I am very grateful to have had you as my friend growing up, Regina. We had some great times together. I remember how much you loved cheese sandwiches! I can still hear you coming to our house & calling for meYo Vicki.
May you Rest In Peace Dear Regina ❤!

My thoughts and prayers are with you, Mrs. Bienkowski, Jerry, David, Elaine & your families. ❤

Vicki Hedrick Witkowski

Posted by Vicki Hedrick Witkowski - Upper Chichester, PA - neighbor   June 11, 2021

Regina always had a big smile. She was especially kind to our sister Jeanne, making special dates and visits to keep her active. Regina cared for our extended family so very much. We will miss her dearly.

Posted by Tom and Diane Bienkowski - Longmeadow, MA - family   June 10, 2021

Gina B. as I called her was a great friend and always willing to help me no matter how crazy the project was that I was working on. I will miss her dearly.

Posted by Laraine Forry - Lewisberry, PA - friend   June 08, 2021

Our sincerest sympathies to Aunt Maxine, Jerry and Melinda, David, Elaine and Scott, and your families. We will always remember Regina with a smile on her face and great words for everyone. May she rest in the hands of the Lord. Love to all, John and Lynea Derwis

Posted by Lynea & John Derwis - Cleveland, OH   June 08, 2021

It is with a heavy heart that I send my thoughts and prayers to Maxine and her children. I never thought I would see the day when Our Lord called one of my youngest nieces to his side. Regina was such a happy-go-lucky young lady, always having a smile. Rest In Peace dear Godchild. Love always, Aunt Lenie

Posted by Lenie Bienkowski - Havelock, NC - Family   June 08, 2021

Posted by Linda Layer - West Chester, PA - friend   June 07, 2021

Posted by Linda Layer - West Chester, PA - friend   June 07, 2021

Posted by Linda Layer - West Chester, PA - friend   June 07, 2021

Posted by Linda Layer - West Chester, PA - friend   June 07, 2021

Posted by Linda Layer - West Chester, PA - friend   June 07, 2021

I met Gina when my son Jay was just 2 years old. He is 16 now. Gina was the best friend anyone could hope to have in their lifetime. We laughed and talked and shared some really good times together. She shared some time with my son too. She would take him out to lunch on occasion and often meet us for supper. Jay and she had a really nice bond. We are going to miss her so much. Gina loved her big extended family very much and would talk about them often. Gina - I hope you are at peace and filled with the amazing love from your family and friends and the God that made you. Linda and Jay.

Posted by Linda Layer - West Chester, PA - friend   June 07, 2021

Grateful for the memories of you as our neighbor.

Posted by David Nickey - Glen Mills, PA - neighbor   June 07, 2021

Love you and miss you CioCia!

Posted by Mary Bienkowski - Exton, PA - family   June 06, 2021

I will miss our many "out of the blue" phone calls and you will be dearly missed by all our family.

Posted by Jim and Rhonda Bienkowski - Ridley Park, PA - family   June 03, 2021

Your loss is mine, too, although to a lesser degree. I’ll miss Gina’s interest in our travels and her insights into salvation by grace through faith in our Lord Jesus Christ. Hugs to you all!

Posted by Bobbi Donaldson - Fajardo, Puerto Rico - friend   June 03, 2021

You will be sadly missed but so many because your loving ways touched so many people.

Posted by Ann O’Grady - Upper Chichester   June 03, 2021

Regina was like a sister to me, I will miss her like crazy. In all things Regina ‘Did it Her Way’.

Posted by Carol and Steven Lauser - family   June 02, 2021

I miss you Sis! I will always miss you. Rest In Peace!

Posted by Elaine Keller - Kihei, HI - sister   June 02, 2021

Regina was loved more than she ever knew. She will be dearly missed

Posted by Kitty Mikul - Havelock, NC - Family   June 02, 2021


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