One day after receiving the COVID-19 shot, Regan Laine Lewis, a 20-year-old nursing student from Grinnell, Kansas, died unexpectedly of cardiac arrest on Tuesday.
Regan Lewis died unexpectedly at the Kearney Regional Medical Center in Kearney, NE a day after receiving the COVID-19 shot required for nursing clinical.
In a post on her social media account, Regan’s mother, Connie Werth Lewis, said, “I can’t say for sure that there is a link, but our beautiful 20-year-old healthy daughter, Regan Lewis had a Covid shot yesterday so she could participate in her clinical.”
“Today, she went into cardiac arrest and has been flown to Kearney. She is on a ventilator and is fighting for her life,” she added.
There is currently no information available about her cause of death.
Why? Why was a healthy 20-year-old woman from Kansas forced to get a Covid “vaccine” that could only hurt her?
She died the next day, after her heart stopped. Why?
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) September 30, 2022
An excerpt from her obituary can be found below:
She was born in Hays, KS, on April 9, 2002, to Patrick and Connie (Werth) Lewis. Regan grew up on the family farm where she loved being around animals. She enjoyed training horses, barrel racing, working and sorting cattle, and driving the combine. She was active in 4-H and FCCLA president. One of her favorite FCCLA projects was training her cat Tigger (Tubby) to become a service cat, which she took to the state level. Regan was also a talented artist and liked painting. Along with caring for animals, Regan was good at caring for people, which led her to pursue a career in nursing. Regan worked her way up from a CNA to a CMA, and then in May of 2022 became a Licensed Practical Nurse. She worked at Colby Health and Rehab and was continuing her studies at Colby Community College to receive her Associates Degree in Nursing and to become a Registered Nurse.
Regan was preceded in death by her grandparents, Julian Werth, Ronald Lewis and Jeannine Lewis; uncle Larri Lewis and her trained service cat Tigger (Tubby).
She is survived by her parents Patrick and Connie Lewis, of Grinnell, KS; brothers, Logan Lewis, Merritt Island, FL and Weston Lewis, Wichita, KS.
Visitation is 5-7:00 p.m. Friday, September 30, 2022, at Baalmann Mortuary, Oakley, with a vigil at 7:00 p.m. Funeral Mass is 10:00 a.m. Saturday, October 1, 2022, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Oakley. Burial will take place in the Gove Cemetery, Gove, KS. Memorials are suggested to the Northwest Kansas Animal Shelter or CCC Endowment Foundation, for the nursing program and sent in care of Baalmann Mortuary, PO Box 391, Colby, KS 67701.
Following her death, tributes have poured in.
“Rest easy my friend! My thoughts and prayers go out to the Regan Lewis family and all of her friends! You were an amazing friend and a down to earth person. You were thriving at life and accomplishing your dreams! You were taken way to soon and my heart hurts that you are gone. I know you are going to be watching down on all of your friends and family! I love and miss you,” said Emily Stoltz.
Leanna Huddle wrote, “Oh Regan, when I heard about the news I was devastated. When I found out that you had passed my heart broke. We may of had our differences but I still loved you either way. I still remember the time when I slept over at your house and I was afraid to ride bareback. They say God has a plan for all of us, but I didn’t think this would be one. Rest easy my friend, and may God take care of your beautiful soul up there.”
“Regan, oh how stubbornly beautiful you were. Your work ethic and determination was admirable and your selflessness radiated to everyone around you. We had plans of becoming an unstoppable doctor/nurse duo and I promise to keep up my end of that plan. I am so proud of you and all you have overcome. You truly are my motivation and inspiration and I will forever be grateful for our friendship. Tubby is waiting for you upstairs and will keep you safe, so you better give him the biggest hug ever! Fly high Regan, LPN,” said Kourtney Monk.