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Ronald Phillip Bell

1949 - 2022



Ronald Phillip Bell, “Paisy” 72, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, cousin, nephew, and friend, was born on May 27, 1949, and departed this life on January 12, 2022.

He was born in Washington, DC, to the late Ronald Bell and Anna Mae Bell.  He was the oldest of eight siblings.  Ronald was raised and educated in Washington, DC, and in 1972 he met the love of his life Ellen Marie Bell.  They had a son, Jason Carl Bell,...

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Ethel Peoples

January 27, 2022 9:50 AM

Our heartfelt condolences to you all.  May the love of God comfort you at this very hard time.  
Remember  John 14: 1-3
Deaconess Ethel Lee Peoples and Family 

Your Shiloh Family Medicine FAMILY, Dr. &Mrs. Ware, ReKischa and Mary

January 26, 2022 12:33 PM

Mrs. Bell, we are walking with you through this difficult time of the physical loss of Ron, and joyful time in knowing that he is no longer in pain but is in the loving arms Jesus! Love you so much!
Your Shiloh Family Medicine FAMILY, Dr. &Mrs. Ware, ReKischa and Mary


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Pastor & First Lady

January 23, 2022 10:35 AM

With deepest prayers and sympathy a small tribute to Ron for our friend's Sister Ellen, Jason Bell and Little Miss Jada Bell, for a man Sis.  Bell referred to as "The love of my life." 
Ron was the eldest sibling of 8. That is significant because the number eight speaks of a new beginning, Hope, New Horizons and a bright future, a new creation or New Order. The New Testament was penned by eight men. Abraham had a total of 8 Sons and Jesus showed himself alive eight times after the resurrection. 
And finally when the whole earth was covered with a flood Noah the eighth person (Ron the eldest of eight) a preacher of righteousness stepped out with eight Souls into a new Earth, a new order in a New Horizon of Hope  and a new beginning with a bright future.
On January 12th 2022 His life closed in the Twilight only to open in the dawn of a new day gone on to a brighter future and we remain here to celebrate the past what a loss and yet what a wonderful moment for celebration of a life that meant so much to many of us. 
George W Truett - a great Baptist preacher said "it is not the talents one has that makes him great. It is not the vast amount of study that gives mental enrichment to the mind and life, it is not in shining social qualities is not in large accumulation of wealth that secures peace and honor. In none of these measured by God standards does greatness reside. True greatness consists in the use of all the talents one has an unselfish Ministry to others."
Micah the prophet said, "what is good and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice  love kindness, and walk humbly with your God. This is but a small tribute  of Ron's life.
"Eye have not seen neither has ear heard the things that God has prepared for them that love him. In that great City God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes and there shall be no more death neither sorrow nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain for the former things are passed away." Ron passed in peace to his new appointment and God will give him rest.
Much love to you Sis. Bell Jason, Little Miss Jada and all of Ron's extended family.
Grace & Peace,
Pastor & First Lady
& the Oasis Fellowship Family

Marilyn Stearn

January 22, 2022 6:30 PM

Ronald Bell was the husband of one of my best friend's his wife Ellen. I only met Ron twice but he was a true gentlemen and I could see he adored Ellen. I know Ellen over 35 years. She's like a sister.
Marilyn Stearn


January 20, 2022 2:07 PM

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