Beverly-Bell-Obituary

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Beverly Jane Bell

Utica, Kentucky

Oct 26, 1930 – Sep 14, 2019 (Age 88)

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October 26, 1930
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September 14, 2019
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Beverly Jane Bell, 88, of Daviess County passed away Saturday, September, 14, 2019 under the care of Hospice of Western Kentucky. She was born October 26, 1930 in the home where she was raised in Daviess County to the late Robert Austin Magan and Daisy Eugenia Hewlett Magan. Beverly graduated...

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I have such fond memories of Mrs. Bell. As a teenager, I remember spending "snow days" at her house in the country. I would find any excuse I could to stay for supper. She was such a marvelous cook! As a young adult, I will never forget sitting at her kitchen table and her invaluable guidance as I tackled a research paper on "The Grapes of Wrath." Very few people have made a lasting impact on my life like Mrs. Bell. She will always remain near and dear to my heart. God...

Piano lessons from Miss Beverly Jane were never forgotten. She was such a thoughtful and kind person. Having moved away from Pleasant Ridge over sixty years ago I wanted to go back for a visit a few years ago for a Sunday service at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church. To my most pleasant surprise, there she was at the piano. To see her after the passage of so many years meant so much. My heartfelt sympathy to all she leaves behind...how special she was to so many who knew her.

Thinking of you and praying for your family. Love you!

Teri and Toni, Hello from Lone Oak. Your mother and I were close friends when we were both teaching music. I followed her at LOE when she went to Heath and she played for my wedding in 1974. I love you both and already miss your mom.

When I think of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church my mind cannot help but to flash back to Ms. Jane, her parents and her grandparents and what a wonderful thought combining them together. That says so much about her life and how she was raised and how much that whole family meant to me as across the road neighbor while I was growing up.

My deepest sincere condolences go out to the entire family over the loss of such an amazing woman in which I was honored to call my Aunt. Prayers be with the family as we all try to move foward without her in the days, months, and years to come. She will always have an incredibly special place in my heart from all the wonderful memories she left me with. RIP Aunt Jane!

Remembering your families in prayers. My late husband, Robert Coleman Magan from Ohio County, was a distant cousin of your father. Please know that I am thinking of you in your dear mother's passing.

Ms. Bell was a wonderful friend and support when I served at Pleasant Ridge. I loved visiting with her and talking in the times that we had. She was a great person with a personality that you couldn't help but be drawn to. I am thankful for her life and am praying for all those family and friends that were loved by her and that she loved.

My sympathy to the family, especially to Travis Peacock (RheAnn) and daughters, Layla and Kibo. Layla was very close to "Grandmother," because of the years she lived with her. My love and prayers surround you, Layla.