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November 17, 2018

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December 11, 2017
I am writing to extend our condolences to the Bell Family on the passing of Max. I remember him from my more active days at Saints Andrew and Matthew Church. I know that both of our parents - Charles and Matilda - spent many an hour on various committees at church with him. Although they did not always see "eye to eye" there was a mutual respect and friendship.

Charles A. Lewis, Jr. and Peyton G. Lewis
December 10, 2017
My wife Sandi and I send our prayers for "the peace that passeth understanding" on the death of your loved one Max Bell.

I knew Max only in passing, not well, as our paths crossed occasionally in civic activities. Indeed, he was a fine man, thoughtful, rich in character and integrity. Although we were a generation apart, I do wish I could have come to know him better.

We send our condolences to his family!
December 9, 2017
When we moved to Wilmington more than 50 years ago, Max and his family were our first friends. We met them at church and learned that we lived around the corner from them. They reached out and welcomed us and we spent many happy times together.
Max and I taught Sunday school together and attended countless meetings over the years, Although we didn't always agree, Max had a thoughtful take on important matters. Haven't seen Max often in the last few years, and was pleased that he was able to join a panel discussion regarding our parish history, about a year ago. Pattie and I extend our condolences to Curt, Ike and his children. They can take pride in his many contributions to make life better for people in his community.