Mamie Bell

Mamie M. Bell

November 10, 1943 - May 23, 2020
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Mamie Madeline Bell, “Sister”, a 4-year resident of Dunkirk, MD and previously of Waldorf, MD, died on Saturday, May 23, 2020, following a 5-year illness. Born November 10, 1943 in Upper Marlboro, MD to the late Bernard and Christine Chapman she graduated from Frederick Douglass High School. Following high school, Mamie started a career in nursing, working as a Nurse’s Aid and private caregiver. She then decided to take on a new challenge as an Administrative Assistant for Wolford’s Well & Pump, Inc. from 1993 until her retirement in 2003. Mamie loved cultivating her tomatoes, working in her garden, and always had the most beautiful rose bushes and plants. She also enjoyed cooking and was always given the task of making potato salad for every family function. Mamie enjoyed a variety of film genres but was extremely fond of Westerns. She will be remembered for her devotion to helping her loved ones. In addition to her parents, Mamie was preceded in death by her husband of 18 years, William Edward Bell, III; two siblings, Louis, and Carol Chapman; and her grandparents, Lena Thomas and Clementine Chapman. She is survived by five children, William Edward Bell, IV of Milton, GA, Delores Smith of New Carrollton, MD, Daphne Bell of Dunkirk, MD, Valerie Bell-Walker of Charlotte Hall, MD, and Marlo Ann Bell of Lexington Park, MD; seven siblings, Charles, Bernard, Leon, William, Anna Mae, and Doris Chapman, and Mary Ann Greene; eight grandchildren, Durrel Rouse, Chad Edward Bell, Gregory Walker, Jr., Noah Walker, Breanna Rouse, Kelli Barnhardt, Mackenzie Bell, and Nicole Bell. Services and interment private.
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Valerie Bell

Posted at 05:34pm
I have closed my eyes and fallen asleep
So there is no reason for you to weep
This is a debt we all must pay
But it is a sweet and peaceful way

I have endured pain and sometimes sorrow
Now I don't have to worry about tomorrow
But life for you must go on
You must not worry because I'm gone

You stood beside me all the way
When I was down you know what to say
You always told me to get some rest
Let me sleep now; I've done my best

So please now let me rest in peace
The tears you're shedding soon will cease
You'll soon realize that this was meant to be
And I thank God because he came for me
And now I'm at Peace.

Love, Valerie

Daphne Bell

Posted at 08:05pm
My One only Here lies my beautiful wonderful grand mother . Words can not describe how much love she gave to me and others she cared so deeply about. A day will come to my eyes and I will see her again. Roses will bloom, and bee's will be buzzing, and light will be shinning once again. I will miss her dearly until the end. Nicole Bell

Valerie Bell

Posted at 04:05pm
Momma, I love you forever

Valerie Bell

Posted at 04:04pm
Our Mother Our Mother, had a touch of love and an embrace that will hold us until eternity. Our mother had a love that would hold you close to her, even when She had to let you go out into this big world, She always supported your hopes and dreams. Our Mother, was always there, especially during those times when you needed a hug in this big cruel world. Our Mother could always make it ok for her children and loved ones no matter what. Our Mother was always there for all of her children whom she loved with all her heart. Our Mother was a strong and remarkable human being. Our Mother is still with all of us now and will be forever in our hearts.. and She will be loved always.

Pastor Timothy R. Wood and Calvary Gospel Church

Posted at 11:22am
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. You are in our prayers.
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