OBITUARY

Linda Sue Bell

September 11, 1955October 26, 2018

Linda Sue Bell was born on September 11, 1955 in Columbus, OH and passed away on October 26, 2018 in Pataskala, OH

Services

  • Visitation Monday, October 29, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, October 29, 2018
REMEMBERING

Linda Sue Bell

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Brenda and Al Eddy

October 28, 2018

Linda and I shared the good as well as the bad happenings in our lives. We helped each other just by having each other to talk to. We had so many good fun times together. She loved to come visit and loved my flower garden. We spent many Thanksgivings and Christmases together. I would send her home with lots of left overs. We had cookouts together. She said she loved looking at the beautiful sunsets in my back yard. One thing i know for sure she loved her Children and Grandchildren. And wanted only the very best for them.
When i would go visit her before she got worse. I would take her lunch and i would play her favorite soul music. She loved listening to Marvin Gay, Temtations and many other Motown Favorites. She has always loved The Lord, and her faith became stronger the last few years. I know in my ❤ that the Lord has her in his arms and only happiness and peace is all she knows. Loving memories Linda....

Diana Smith

October 28, 2018

Linda (my beautiful mama) was such an amazing woman & she has went through a lot her whole life but one thing she never did was show any of it. Mama always thought of others before herself. Ever since I was little & I would walk through door she would say, There’s my girl & she would have the most beautiful smile on her face & give me the biggest hug. Though she didn’t give birth to me, I was her daughter, her girl & she was & still is my beautiful mama. Not one time did we ever have an argument or her cussin me for something that I did. She would just tell me, You know I love ya girl & things will get better & you can fix this. I remember when we all would go camping & I was a young teen & she would let me drive. I was so nervous & she looked at me & said, Stop it ! Don’t ever be nervous just relax & drive. Well to this day I still don’t drive & before she got real sick she would still ask me, Why haven’t you got your license yet little girl? I’d say I....don’t....know.... mama. There’s a lot of beautiful & amazing things & memories that I could share but imma keep them to myself. All I know is the moment God came & lead her by the hand into heaven a beautiful angel earned her wings & now mama will no longer be in pain or have to worry about anyone, because she will be watching over all her loved ones. Making sure everyone does the right thing & everyone will love & take care of each other. She wouldn’t want all the arguing & getting into trouble or choosing a bad lifestyle. I pray that everyone will do what mama would want everyone to do. Which is the right thing.
I will forever miss our calls & seeing you & hearing your voice. Love you forever My Beautiful Angel Mama.... Love always your Daughter, Your girl.

Beth William

October 28, 2018

Linda was so funny and full of love strong woman

Heather Bell

October 28, 2018

Linda and I have had our share of memories... She was so outspoken and never held her tongue 😝. It is the memories from these last few years that I will forever hold dear. The evolution of our relationship will always be a special part of my life. She loved her grandchildren. And was so selfless. Giving to others and never thinking of herself. The trials and tribulations she faced,yet she always came back to the top of the mountain, dusted the dirt off her shoulder, ready to stand firm. Her growth in her spiritual journey was such a joy to witness. And she was a testimony to others. It is powerful to watch the string of new believers she has left. She saved us all in the wake of her passing. But we all know this is not good bye, just a see you later. We love you momma...



Heather Bell

October 28, 2018

Linda and I had a bit of a hard time seeing eye to eye on the beginning. Matter of fact we had some pretty insane words, words that eventually helped us create an amazing bond. She was a great grandmother to my children, and tried to help everyone.... Even before she helped herself. I always thought of her as invinceable.. Beating all the factors that tried to take her down. It was her growth into knowing the Lord and living with the light inside of her. She was a beacon of light.... Praising God for even her struggles. As she finished her days at hospice, I say on her bed feeding her cream of wheat, when she stopped my hand, touched my cheek, looked me right in the face and said, " your baby is there, he has red hair care you believe it?! Don't worry girl I will take care of him. " Linda Bell has touched many through this journey. She knew the Lord and this was confirmation that she was going home, and so we rejoice. She's pain free and will meet us when we get there.

Jason Bell

October 28, 2018

My mom was the strongest woman I will probably ever know. She was such a blessing. I will always have the good memories in my heart locked away saving them For when we meet again someday. Thank you for being there for my kids when they needed it. And for being so very selfless. You were amazing and I love you ma.