St. Paul's Carnival Association is proud to present our 2018 Royalty...
King Christian LXXXVIII
Dane Jenkins moved to Pass Christian from Colorado at the age of four. He attended St. Paul Elementary School and is a graduate of Pass Christian High School. Dane, along with his parents and four of his seven brothers, have owned and operated Southern Printing & Silk-screening for 46 years.
In addition to being a coach for peewee football and girls softball for many years in Pass Christian, Dane was also on the board and coached in Bay St. Louis Dixie Girls Softball League. He and his entire family have been very involved with many fundraising activities for the Pass Christian School District. Dane was a longtime member of the Pass Christian Volunteer Fire Department, where he served as Chief and Assistant Chief. He also served on the board and as president of Pass Christian High School Fast Pitch Softball Boosters.
Dane and his wife Renee have been married for 33 years. They are members of Holy Family Parish. They have two daughters, Rachel Hughes and her husband Callender, and Lauren Simpson and her husband Mark, and two grandchildren, Jack and Annie. Dane served as Duke in 1988. His brother Mark Jenkins was King Christian LIX of St. Paul Carnival Association in 1989.
Queen Christiana 2018
Regina Fayard Warren
Regina Fayard Warren grew up in Pineville and is from one of the biggest families in Pass Christian. She has four sisters and two brothers. She attended St. Paul Elementary School and is a graduate of Our Lady Academy. Regina’s father, CJ Buck Fayard, was King Christian XLIII of St. Paul's Carnival Association in 1973. Her mother, Mary Ann Fayard, reigned as Queen in 1982, and Regina was a member of her mother’s court. In 1977 Regina was chosen as Queen of the Pass Christian Seafood Festival. As a cancer survivor she is very involved with the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, where she has served as committee chair of the survivor’s reception for nine years.
She has been a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Alfonso Realty for 19 years, where she has been very active with the Mississippi Gulf Coast Board of Realtors, serving on the board as a director for two years. She has also served on several committees, including as chair of the community relations committee for two years. In 2012, she received the Realtor Spirit Award.
Regina is a member of Holy Family Parish in Pass Christian and is a volunteer for the Holy Family Seafood Festival. She has three children: Rachel Eads and husband David live in Illinois; Brittany Morgan and husband Cody live in Gulfport with their children Gracelyn, Cayson and Clayton; and son Brandon Warren lives in Memphis. Regina currently resides in Long Beach. She is engaged to Richard Bourland, who is also a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker and the father of Richard Bourland Jr. and his wife Jennifer and children West, Travis and Ella are from Long Beach, and daughter Brooke McNell and her husband Frank and children Emoree and Sophia are from D'Iberville.