Bernice-Belt-Obituary

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Bernice Belt

McKinney, Texas

Aug 30, 1922 – Sep 4, 2020 (Age 98)

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BORN
August 30, 1922
DIED
September 4, 2020
AGE
98
LOCATION
McKinney, Texas

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Charles W. Smith and Sons, McKinney Obituary

Bernice Hemphill Belt passed away September 4th, 2020, to be with her husband Carson Belt. She was born August 30, 1922, in Collin County, Texas to George E. and Mabel Davis Hemphill. Bernice was the youngest of seven siblings. She graduated from Trenton High School in 1939 as Salutatorian. She married Carson Belt on March 13, 1948. They were married for 49 years, prior to his death. Bernice retired from Safeway grocery store after working for the company for over 20 years. She is survived by daughter Sandra Minter of McKinney, grandson Jeff Minter and his wife Mary , two great grandchildren Carson and Pearson Minter all of Flower Mound, two sisters-in-law, Margie Hemphill of Dallas and Frances Hemphill of McKinney as well as many nieces and nephews, friends, and their families. Graveside service will be held at Stony Point Cemetery in Melissa, Texas, on Tuesday, September 8th, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.

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I love you sweet Lady !

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

My Heart
Prayers For Comfort, Healing , And Understanding to you And the Family.
-Xavier M Woodson.

Bernice was such a special lady and friend! I loved her so much! I so enjoyed spending time with her at Red Bud. I am lifting up prayers for her family and friends, and sending heartfelt condolences. Bernice will be missed!

Rest In Peace, beautiful friend.
You will be so so missed.
I love you

At the time Bernice was a checker at Safeway, she was also a servant of god. I was a customer in her checkout when I was very pregnant. I had become too warm and as I was fainting, she reached over the counter and held on to me as I went down When I came to, she and others were bathing my face with wet paper towels. Her act of kindness I always remember. May she Rest In Peace and love and comfort to her family for knowing love in her heart was given at a time of need

Bernice was such a wonderful, fun, loving lady. I will miss her greatly! Love you, Debbie

Bernice. Our family couldn't imagine better neighbors. We've know each other since 1955. You will be missed. You have been loved beyond measure.