Kiker-Seale Funeral Home

338 Locust Street, Colorado City, TX


Judy Bell

July 5, 1947September 13, 2019

Judy Bell, 72, Colorado City went to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, September 13, 2019 with her loving family by her side. She was born on July 5, 1947 in Chowchille California to Grover Cleveland Pilcher and Ruth Temple Piltcher. Judy was a woman who was strong in her Christian values, always putting God and family above all. She was a member of the First Assembly of God Church for over 40 years, where you would find her helping her church, praising her God, and singing along to many songs they would sing. She was a very intelligent lady with a great sense of humor, who loved to socialize which was an important part of her job as a beautician. In her spare time she could be seen with her family, loving and caring for them, especially her grandchildren. She enjoyed sewing, cutting hair, playing the piano, and singing her Christian songs. Judy is survived by her sons Donal Bell and wife Connie and Toby Bell and wife Diana both of Colorado City, by her grandchildren Harley, Damon, Danielle, and Toby Jr., as well as by her sisters Dollie Poor of Washington State and Shella Fox and husband Jerry of Colorado City. Several nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends also survive. She was preceded in death by her parents, by her husband Donal Bell Sr. and by a grandson Douglas Bell A funeral service for Judy will be held on Monday, September 16th at 10 am with Pastor Mike Foster officiating, burial will follow in the Colorado City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please consider memorial contributions in her memory to the First Assembly of God Church of Colorado City Pall Bearers will be Dennis Williamson, Josh Connell, Tyler Mrosko, Jeff Fox, Jimmy Bell, Shawn Pilcher, and Damon Bell. Arrangements have been entrusted to Kiker Seale Funeral Home of Colorado City.


  • Funeral Service Monday, September 16, 2019


Judy Bell

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Evelyn Dalton

September 15, 2019

I remember Mrs Bell from when I was in elementary school and lived across the street! We were new in town and she was so sweet and welcoming and would help me to get to church many times! I appreciate all those beautiful seeds she planted! Such a sweet and caring lady!

Jean E. Mills

September 15, 2019

September 15, 2019
A beautiful obituary for a lovely person. I missed a visit from Judy and her sisters in July this year. The three previous years they would visit me, bring lunch, flowers and Judy always brought me a flat of Washington raspberries. I would freeze most of them to enjoy all winter. Her Mother, my sister would have been so proud of them.

Aunt Jean (Temple) Mills
Sedro Woolley, Washington.

Teresa Harrison

September 15, 2019

Judy would do my hair for me. When I lived there in Colorado City. We would also sit around Aunt Helens dinner table singing and praising GOD while my daddy Paul Davis played the mandolin, Uncle Dewey playing the guitar. I was very young and out of respect I would call her Aunt Judy.
Rest in Sweet Peace
Aunt Judy. Lots of Love........