Eva T. Regan, 93, who worked at Riggs Bank in Washington from the 1950s
to the 1980s and became an officer at the bank, died May 14 at Mandrin
Chesapeake Hospice House in Harwood. She had Parkinson's disease.
Mrs. Regan was born Eva Tehel in what is now Hungary and grew up in
Washington, where she graduated from the old Central High School. A
former Silver Spring resident, she had spent the past five years at Ginger Cove
assisted living in Annapolis.
Her husband of 56 years, Joseph H. Regan, died in 1994.
Survivors include two children, Maria Blohm of Annapolis and Joseph H.
Regan Jr. of Merritt Island, Fla.; nine grandchildren; and 24
-- Adam Bernstein