Mary Ethel Bell (Cavanagh)
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John, Patricia and Alane,
Our thoughts are with you in these difficult days. I remember vividly how your mother always seemed to be in good spirits when she was looked after in the hospital.
Michael Beerden, Shelagh and Chris Kitney.
John, Patricia, Alene and families, We join you today in your thoughts, all good, and in your prayers for your mother. A lingering chest infection kept me from the funeral but I was with you during the day. God bless you and take care of you in the coming days. Bob and Charleen reed, London
To the entire Bell family:
Sincerest condolences from Lisa and I on Aunt Ethel's passing. We are very sorry my business commitments today (which I attempted to change but could not) did not allow us to attend today's Mass. We really enjoyed looking at the photos you posted of Aunt Ethel and family online and were particularly struck by how beautiful a woman Aunt Ethel was. We will say our prayers for her and know she will go straight to heaven where she can be with Uncle Don and our Mother. Take care and God bless.
Bill & Lisa O'Connor
To the children of Ethel;
Sincere sympathy, on your mother's passing. Heard from MaryLou Young yesterday. I remember your mother as a young vivacious woman, and I know she had a hard time near the end. I first met your mother in 1940,when Mom took Bernard Teresa and I to visit your family for the first time. It was a two week trip and we traveled by train. We had a great time! Ethel was a little gir and she took took to Theresa right away. I went back in 1949 , and in the 70's for young Mike Cavanaugh's wedding, but I think my fondest memories are when we were young.