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SeeToyah Kameeka Bell

June 25, 1977December 23, 2019

SeeToyah Kameeka Bell June 25, 1977-December 23, 2019

Saturday, June 25, 1977 at 6:59pm on a hot and steamy summer day in Houston, TX at St. Joseph Hospital a baby girl was born to Lonnie Bell and Gladys Gaines Bell-Howard. They named her SeeToyah Kameeka.

SeeToyah peacefully passed away on Monday, December 23, 2019 at 11:13am in Willowbrook Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX.

SeeToyah was such a sweet and kind natural born leader. With her favorite saying being “I GOT THIS”. She was womanly tough-minded dedicated and disciplined. These are some of the characteristics she exhibited in every aspect of her life. Most definitely she will be remembered as being a super daughter to her mom Gladys and a super mom to her only child Sage. She was extremely kind at heart and her generosity had no bounds.

SeeToyah attended Sugar and Spice Pre-school, RC Conley Elementary School, Grantham Middle School and a 1995 graduate of Nimitz High School where she was heavily involved in many organizations. She was also attending Lone Star College.

Her very first job was at McDonald’s at the age of fifteen, later Weiner Department Store and TJ Maxx Department Store.

She began a stellar career with AT&T on January 15, 1996 where she held many different positions. Her ending position with AT&T was as a Senior Records Clerk.

SeeToyah’s mom and dad wishes to express deep gratitude to EMS workers, doctors and nursing staff at Willowbrook Methodist Hospital, her AT&T family and her worldwide host of friends and relatives.

She is survived by her mom, Gladys, her dad Lonnie, her baby girl Sage, many relatives, friends and her man, Normi who hopefully will cherish the lifetime memories God allowed them to share in such a short yet impactful period of time.


SeeToyah Kameeka Bell

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January 14, 2020

Seetoyah was a kind and loyal customer in our agency for many years. We are shocked and very saddened to hear this news. We know you made great memories during your time here and celebrate the impact you made to many lives. You will be missed.

sherry wheeler

January 8, 2020

condolences to all in her family. she will be truly missed.

Tiffany Lang

January 2, 2020

My condolences to the family you will be truly missed!!

Kevin Demby

January 2, 2020

I met Toya (aka Red) a few years ago through mutual friends Nijda and AJ. I learned very quickly that she truly had no filter in how or what she said, but meant it out of love. I liked her personality from the start. You were truly one of a kind and will be missed.

Aj Carter

January 1, 2020

I was dealing with some major issues the 1st time I met Toyah. I can tell you that she was a light for me on that day! Her personality screams truth and love, on that day, she became a friend!! Someone I knew who wouldn’t sugarcoat what needed to be said, someone who would tell the uncut truth, and someone who meant it with all the love in the world. “Red” was and always will be the voice of reason that was needed. #straightshot #nochaser #red

Nijda Collins

January 1, 2020

3 things Toyah was, Driven, Loyal, and Loved. I love my friend. Her catch phrases "They big mad, I'm breaking up with you, and My damn Texans...." She was a great mother & awesome friend. We cried, laughed and was sometimes even mad at the same time. My condolences to her parents. Sage (Baby Spice) one of the cutest lil girls I know, I will definitely be here for anytime needed. I'm gonna miss making plans for my vacation home from Iraq. Me not being able to say goodbye is hurting so bad. I love you "Red" from Elem. to Mothers. Till we meet again!!! Nih

Sabrina Ellison

December 30, 2019

Before she was “Toyah” or “Jazzyred4sho” she was my friend SeeToyah from Conley Elementary. There are so many good and fun memories from being classmates at Conley, Grantham, and Nimitz to Ms. Gladys and my Dad transporting us to the mall to hang out for hours, finally being allowed to go to the dance at the Catholic Church, going to the football games, to adulting. SeeToyah was full of vigor and humor. She worked hard, celebrated life, and made the best stuffed bell peppers. SeeToyah also had a serious side having faith in God, and a deep love, care, and concern for her late Grandmother, her Parents, and her daughter Sage. We’ve supported each other through our achievements and encouraged each other through the difficult times of life. This time I must accept what God has allowed without you. There will never be another friend like you, SeeToyah Kameeka Bell. I’m thankful for our friendship and will truly miss you.

Ms. Gladys, Mr. Lonnie, and Sage I pray that God will grant you that peace that surpasses all understanding that there will be fewer tears and more laughter and smiles at memories of “Meeka”.

My deepest condolences and love,
Sabrina Ellison

John Adams

December 30, 2019

I would like to express my condolences to Ms SeeToyah Bell’s family. I have been knowing SeeToyah every since middle school but I can truly say I got to know her better through social media. She would always bless everyone’s timeline with pictures with her and her daughter Sage. Also she always had a good meme to give you a great laugh for the day. May God continue to comfort all of her family, friends and all the other people she touch in her life. RIH Ms SK Bell......

Lutricia Harrison

December 30, 2019

Toyah was a welcome breath of fresh air every Saturday morning. She was fun and friendly from our very first meeting. She blew into my life for a short time, however it seemed as if I had known her a lifetime. We shared many laughs and conversations about her baby Sage and life in general. I will miss the moments we had together. Friend, rest on for now and I will see you again. My sincerest condolences to her mom, baby spice- Sage and loved ones.

Tamela Funchess

December 30, 2019

Seetoyah was a cool chic to be around. She spoke her mind, keep it real at all times, and knew how to have a good time. We met at Nimitz and became good friends in our Culinary class. We use to give Ms. Milsaps the blues (in a good way, lol). We hung out a couple of times as adults and everytime was like we never missed a beat. My heart goes out to her mother, Ms. Glades and her beautiful daughter Sage whom she adored. She took pride in being a firecracker red chick. Her outgoing personality will definitely be missed. This is truly unexpected news. RIH my friend 💜