Mary E Tidwell
July 6, 1924 – March 23, 2020
Elizabeth “Liz” Bell Tidwell (95) passed away on Monday, March 23, 2020 in Frisco, Texas. Liz was the youngest of the Bell Family. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Tidwell and her parents, William C. Bell and Maggie Jenkins Bell; siblings, Truman Bell, Irene Bishop and Presley Bell. She is survived by one son, Billy Tarrant (Linda); two grandchildren, Stacy Jordan (Sean), and Cammy Wells (Scott); one stepson, Scot Kielblock (Paola) and one stepson, Mike Tidwell (Liby) and two step grandchildren, Mat Tidwell (Kimberly) and Will Tidwell (Kahla). Liz is also survived by five great grandchildren and two nephews; Robert (Marilyn) and Kenneth Bishop (Cynthia) and one niece, Eva Bell. Liz grew up in Lone Oak, Texas and finished High School there and then went on to attend East Texas State Teacher’s College in Commerce, Texas. She moved from Greenville, Texas to Greenville, South Carolina in 1965 then made her final move to Frisco, Texas just a few months ago to be with her family there. Liz was a member of the Pendleton First Baptist Church in Pendleton, SC; the Bethany Sunday School Class and the Ladies Roper Group.
She had a successful real estate career in Greenville, SC, Salem, SC, Seneca, SC, and Anderson, SC.
Liz touched many, many people in her lifetime. She will always be remembered for her smile and her stylist clothing. She loved her clothes and jewelry! Anyone reading this Life Story knows that Liz will always be remember in this way - - - a classy lady that was a kind and a giving person that was always there for everyone.
The First Baptist Church in Pendleton, South Caroline was a huge part of her life and she very much enjoyed the Sunday School Class and her Ladies Roper Group.
Liz was a person of great faith and lived her life loving and helping others. Heaven just welcomed a very fine lady.
In lieu of flowers; please consider a donation in her name to the First Baptist Church of Pendleton, 351 S Broad Street Pendleton, SC 29670(864) 646-3913
Please note that under the current State of Texas Restrictions regarding not holding services at this time, please consider performing an act of kindness in her honor.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Mary E Tidwell
Grant & Diane Robb
March 31, 2020
We have so many fond memories we shared with our dear friend Liz. She was such a classy lady who dressed with a great sense of style and took such pride in her appearance. Liz was so loving and caring. She called us all the time to see how we were doing. Liz was an avid Clemson fan as we all know. We spent many great times together watching Clemson Tiger football games and eating delicious meals both at her home and ours. We will truly miss our dear sweet Liz. She was like family to us. We take solace knowing she's in heaven and her loving soul lives on forever.