Thursday, July 12, 2012, at the Weed School in Weed for Robert Russell Bell, of Weed. Eddy Coleman and Randall Carr will officiate at the service, with interment to Cheap Ghd Straighteners In Australia
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Pallbearers will be his grandchildren Allen Bell, Shane Bell, Seth Pollard, Daniel Pollard, Andy Prude, Toby Hall and Kody Adams. Honorary pallbearers will be Ty Prude, Cory Mimms, Kory Mereness, Aaron Brashears, Kaden Bell, Tracy Mimms, Mike Prude, Herb Sprague, John Sprague and Calvin Winchester.
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On Dec. 16, 1955, Robert married Lavona Sprague in Carlsbad. They lived together at the Bell Ranch for nearly 57 years and brought up their children Jessica, Andrea, Allen and Shane.
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Most importantly, Robert will be remembered as a loving husband, devoted Dad and Daddy, Papa, Uncle Bob or Uncle Robert, and as a faithful servant from the Lord. He and Lavona devoted many years to the work of the Church of Christ in Weed, which his parents helped establish in 1937 and continued to worship with the church in Cloudcroft after the church at Weed closed. As he couldn't remember much else, he could recall the prayer he always said, and also the words to the songs he had sung all of his life.
Survivors include his wife, Lavona, of the family home; daughters Jessica and husband, Mike Prude, of Artesia, and Andrea and husband, Tracy Mimms, of Weed; sons Allen, of Artesia, and Shane and wife, Amy, of Los Lunas; grandchildren Nolene Adams and husband, Kody, Jeanene and husband, Toby Hall, Seth Pollard and wife, Elizabeth, Aaron Brashears and wife, Cara, Cory Mimms, Ty Prude, Mandy Mereness and husband, Kory, Naomi Mimms, Daniel Pollard and wife, Mary, Andy Prude, Kelsey Bell and Kaden Bell; nine greatgrandchildren; sister Millie Samuels; brother Dalton Bell; and numerous nieces and nephews.