Regina Quirk

Regina credits Hope Floats for lifting her out of the darkness after the unexpected passing of her youngest son from an undetected heart condition in 2015. She and her husband Mike sought the support of Hope Floats Healing and Wellness Center as a place to find answers. Although they could never find an “answer”, what they did find was a group of parents like themselves who could relate to their pain. Led by compassionate, caring individuals who have walked in their shoes; Hope Floats is filled with parents who are on the same road but at different mile markers.

Regina learned through her years spent at Hope Floats that you don’t get over a loss of this magnitude, you learn how to cope. These skills, resources, and techniques are something that Hope Floats provides to the community and Regina is passionate about helping to expand and support the programs that are currently offered.

Regina is an Independent Financial Advisor who has been in the financial services industry for over twenty five years. She and her husband Mike own a financial service practice in Norwell, Massachusetts. She is committed to helping others through a holistic approach to financial planning and strives to be a trusted partner in each of her client’s unique journeys.  Her own life experiences have helped her to best understand the challenges that face individuals through the many stages of life and loss and how to navigate them.

Regina has served on many boards in her community and is currently the President of The Rockland Education Foundation; dedicated to improving the education in the Rockland Public Schools.  Her hobbies and interests include volunteer work, travel, gardening, snowmobiling, golfing, music, and spending time with her family on Cape Cod. Regina, her husband Mike, and their son Ryan are committed to keeping her son Jared’s memory alive through his memorial scholarship.