I was shocked to hear the news. I went to TTU with him and I was sure he would be a musician all his life. So surprised, but he sure did well in this field. I am so sorry for you loss and will be praying for him. He was a great guy and so helpful and friendly. Prayers!!
Bev,I was genuinely shocked and saddened to hear that Don had passed on.I have no doubt that he truly loved you.I know this is another major crossroads in your life. You have to find the strength to go on.
God bless you.
Dr. Bell was a wonderful man and professor and I have many great memories of him from my time in UT's Nurse Anesthesia program. I kept in contact with Dr. Bell through Facebook and he often made me smile with commentary or pictures he posted.
He will be sorely missed by many.
My deepest sympathy to Dr. Bell's wife, Beverly and all his friends and family.
I first met Don in 2010 when we were both were appointed to the Board of Nursing by Governor Bredesen. I came to know him as a very knowledgeable and trusted colleague and friend. My deepest sympathy goes to Beverly and the entire family in your time of loss.
Arthur Thompson, LPN
Dear Beverly, I am so very sorry for your loss and for what we, those of us in anesthesia, have loss in Dr. Bell's passing. I thank him for his military service. It was always so evident how much he absolutely adored you. Please know that you are in my prayers.