Jesse Regrut and Hadley Anderson Obituary: N.C. couple inseparable even in death


Jesse Regrut and Hadley Anderson Obituary: N.C. couple inseparable even in death.

26-year-old Jesse Regrut of Salisbury, North Carolina has unfortunately passed away due to injuries sustained in an accident involving a Rowan-Salisbury School activity bus in Rowan County on Thursday.

The bond Jesse and his girlfriend, 22-year-old Hadley Grace Anderson had was unbreakable and she unfortunately took her own life.

In a recent update from the NC State Highway Patrol, it has been revealed that Jesse Nicolas Regrut was involved in a collision on Thursday evening. Regrut was riding a 2023 Yamaha motorcycle and travelling in a westerly direction on Hwy 801 near Centenary Church Road. According to reports, Regrut veered left of the centre line, resulting in a head-on collision with a bus.

Regrut was transported via airlift to the Carolina Medical Centre in Charlotte. The nature of the injuries sustained by Regrut was described as serious.

The collision happened when the Rowan-Salisbury School bus was heading eastward on its return journey from an away game in Mooresville. According to reports, the bus was carrying a total of seven passengers, including students, at the time of the accident.

In a recent incident involving a bus carrying the North Rowan Middle School’s softball team, all occupants, including the team members, were promptly transferred to another bus. Following this, they were transported to a nearby hospital for evaluation. Fortunately, no serious injuries were reported or suspected.

Jesse Regrut and Hadley Anderson Obituary News

Hadley was complicated and brilliant, funny, stubborn, beautiful beyond words. I don’t think another person on this earth could have been loved more.

“To her friends and chosen family, I am so sorry for your loss and pain. We feel your presence and prayers, and we are so very grateful for the love, joy, comfort and support you offered to her. She is at peace now with her beloved soulmate. She needed to go and make a place for him. Romeo and Juliet, never to be parted. We will honor them both with kindness, by offering grace to those in need and understanding that each of us deserves to be treated with dignity and love,” a tribute post shared on Facebook read.