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Barbara Jane Schrecongost Bell

Seattle, Wa, Maryland

1948 - 2019 (Age 71)

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Barbara Bell passed away peacefully on July 8, 2019, in Seattle, WA.Born in 1948, she was the daughter of John Robert Schrecongost and Patricia Ann Dibble Schrecongost of Adamstown, MD, who have predeceased her. She grew up in Lawrence Park, a small community outside Erie, PA. A graduate from...

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The Jouvenal and Bell families shared a wonderful friendship. Barbara was my Family Day Care Mentor, who still keeps me in business today! Barbara was also to a group of women....our leader....known as the Williamsburg group. What wonderful times we had there. Great times were had by the Greenvale Court monthly poker ladies. Sam, Matthew, and Sarah, your Mom is in Heaven and it is now and even better place. Love, Ellen, Danielle, Joseph, and Molly

Barbara,
It has been Pleasure, a Honor, to have worked with you. Thank you for being you. You have been greatly missed. Thank you.... RIP My Condolences to the family for your loss.

Thank you for being a friend!

What a surprise. And what a shocker. Very , very sorry to hear the news. Barbara was always so vital and energetic... always. For as long as I can remember.
In fact, I never wanted to race her because I knew she would crush me. By a mile. Would have been completely embarrassing in that big backyard of yours... with Bobby and a Becky watching. No way!
Very sorry for your loss. She will be missed by many.

LOVE YOU BABA. REST IN PEACE. YOU WILL BE IN MY HEART FOREVER! XOXOXOXXOO

Barbara and I were friends and neighbors while raising our young families in Clover Hill. Barbara was smart, accomplished and a loving mom. I know about her love of dogs because of Scooter, a much-loved, almost human pet. My sympathies to Sam, Matt, Sarah and your families. I am so sad for your loss.

Mary Jodon

Barbara was my forever friend all the way through school and until we entered our "dotage." I will always remember her courage, her ability to recognize the goal and hit it, her fortitude, her heart, and for sure ... her laugh. The world and I will miss her.

Radar is settling in with his new pack. He is a constant reminder of Barbara, loving, affectionate and full of energy. I swear, when he barks he says her name. Wish I could upload a video of it. It is so cute.