John R. Bell

Huddleston, Virginia

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Ricky Bell, J.R., and families; So sorry to hear about your Dad. I went to school with Ricky, was in my class, and knew J.R., at Brookville. I also spent a lot of time on Smith Mt Lake growing up, and remember your Dad at the Sportsman Inn. Thinking about you boys. Praying for you.

Fay and Family,
May God be with you all in this time. Prayers are with you and may you know grace and peace in the time ahead.

Fay I spent the best time of my life hanging out with Bud and you at the marina.He will be surely missed.

Robert and Betty Ramsey

Dear Fay, Cliff and Hannah:

I was so deeply sorry to hear about Bud. He was such a wonderful perosn. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him. I have so many wonderful childhood memories with you guys. I will never forget Sportsman Inn and all the fun and great meals we had there. You guys will be in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.

J.R. and family..
Our most sincere condolences on your loss.Nothing makes it easier,but it does get better.If there is anything that I can do,just call.

Fay and family my dear friends our thoughts and prayers are with you God bless each of you

Fay,We would like to express our sympathy in the loss of your husband. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Fay and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. May God bless and keep you any His loving arms.

Prayers for the family of Bud. I know Wendi loved him dearly as she does all the Bell family. May God Bless.


John's Obituaries

John Ray “Bud� Bell, 77 of Huddleston passed from death into everlasting life on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 surrounded by his family. He was born on Sunday, Feb. 24, 1935 in Lynchburg, a son of the late Odell Bell and Evelyn Bell High. He was also preceded in death by a son, Rusty Bell, a...

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