ForeverMissed
her Life
Biography of Mama Regina Asong
By her son, Hannibal

Mama Regina Asong (Asongatemnkeng) was born on January 7, 1947 to the family of Mbuah Nicholas Aleambeuh and uwah Atemnkeng Dorothy in Nkong, a neighborhood between Nwehnchen and Atoange, where she spent her early life. Her beauty and good character attracted one of the most handsome men in the name of Philip Atangabeuh to the neighborhood Mama Regina Asong was leaving. She got married to Papa Phillip Atangabeuh aka Mbe Asiambeh of Nwehnchen Fossung where the young couple started their life. Her hard work, motivation and the support she gave Papa Philip Atangabeuh pushed him to go extra miles in achieving what they have today. Mama Regina Asong was a mother to all children in her neighborhood. Her kitchen was always with children. She treated all children not different from her own real born children. Her hard work, and motivation gave her husband the support he needed for his achievements of today. 

Mama Regina was a Roman Catholic Christian who served God without compromise. She was very active and devoted to the catholic activities for evangelization. She was never absent from church services on Sundays, and morning prayers. She also attended pilgrimage organized in Lewoh in the late 80s covering a distance of about 20 miles on foot from Nwehnchen to Lewoh. That pilgrimage later gave way to Mariapolis in the 90s initially organized at Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College campus before moving to the Mariapolis Center at Nveh. She was also a strong member of Catholic affiliated establishments such as  the Catholic Women Association (CWA), and the Catholic Charismatic Group of Munyenge Catholic Church (Muyaka sub Division, Southern Region, Cameroon). 

Mama Regina Asong was also very good runner (athlete). She was a two times winner of three miles race, a women series organized every 8th of March to commemorate the International Women's Day. In her 60s, she contested with women as young as 18 years old, and was champion. 

She left behind to mourn her departure and celebrate her transition her husband, Mbe Philip Asiambeh, her mate, Deborah Anyi Nchisah, eight (8) children, twenty two (22) grandchildren, twelve(12) great grandchildren, eight (8) step children, three younger siblings (Ndua Lazarus Nkrakem, Ndua Godfred Mbonwoh (Mbeteh) and Ndoh Achievement Juliana.