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Bell, Deborah L March 19, 1963 - August 17, 2015

Deborah Lynne Bell was born March 19, 1963 in New London, Connecticut, daughter of Rod and Dee Hansen of Pittsburg, Missouri. Debbie passed away August 17, 2015 at the age of 52 at her home in Osceola, Missouri.

She attended school in North Cape May, New Jersey, Homer, Alaska, Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Sitka, Alaska. She received her CNA degree at Christian Health Care in Hermitage, Missouri. She also worked at Christian Health Care for awhile. She did Home Care in El Dorado Springs and Cross Timbers, Missouri and was employed at Quality Care in Osceola, Missouri at the time of her death.

Debbie accepted our Lord Jesus Christ as her Savior and was baptized on November 15, 1992 at the Bethel Southern Baptist Church in Pittsburg, Missouri. Her first husband was James Warner of Tacoma, Washington. They had 3 children; Jason, Jennifer and Daniel. In 2011 she married Eddie Bell. She had a heart of gold. She loved her family so much. She loved doing crafts and working in her garden. She always got too close to her clients, she loved them all so much. We all feel she is in heaven playing with her grandson Ethan and having a blast.

Debbie was preceded in death by her first husband James Warner and a grandson Ethan Gene Warner; great-grandparents, Edgar and Doris Weese and Junior and Margaret Hansen; mother-in-law, Katherine Warner.

She is survived by her husband Eddie Bell, of the home; her children Jason (Sandra) of Branson, Missouri, Jennifer of Independence, Missouri and Daniel (Amanda) of Nevada, Missouri; brother, JR (Beki) of Independence, Missouri; grandchildren, Logan, Ayden, Jaelynne, Emily, Rilee; step-daughter, Kathren Bell and step-grandchildren, Anne Driskel and James Davidson; nephew Conner Hansen and niece Claire Hansen, both of Lexington, South Carolina, along with several aunts, uncles, cousins and many, many friends.

Date: Saturday, August 29, 2015
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 PM

Visitation Location:
Sheldon-Goodrich Chapel



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    Sam Wiserman says

    She was sweet.

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