Nettie Faye Bell
November 8, 1927 – July 10, 2018
Faye Bell, age 90, of Kaufman, Texas passed away on Tuesday July 10, 2018. Faye was born November 8, 1927.
Faye was proceeded in death by Husband, Billy Bell; Son, Billy Mack Bell and Grandson, Trey Cobb.
Faye is survived by Daughter Sandra Dickinson and husband Fred; Daughter Deidra Cobb and husband Clyde; Daughter-In-Law Elaine Bell; Granddaughters Jennifer Baker and husband Chris, Lindsey Berendzen and husband Chase, Mollie Cobb; Grandson Christopher Dickinson and wife Chasity; Great Grandchildren Cody Dickinson, Collin Baker, Luke Baker, Annie Berendzen, Carson Dickinson, Vivian Berendzen, Claire Dickinson, Leah Berendzen and a host of many loved ones and beloved friends.
A viewing will be held on Sunday, July 15th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at Roselawn Funeral Home in Seagoville, Texas.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.roselawn-funerals.com for the Bell family.
- Visitation Sunday, July 15, 2018
Nettie Faye Bell
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July 15, 2018
I will never forget aunt Faye and her little red truck she bought at a garage sale! She was so proud of that truck and loved to go garage selling in it. We miss her grately but know we will see her again someday! God's probably has given her a shiny, new, little, red pick up to ride in on the streets of gold. She and Uncle Bill ,and Billy Mack are back together again. What a trio! And Pa and Mammy are laughing and having a good time with them. Thanks for the precious memories we have of years past. We love you!
Penny, Randy and Chloe
Know that the Lord is God. It is he who made us, and we are his people, the sheep of his pasture. Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and endures forever, his faithfulness continues through all generations.
July 12, 2018
Faye was a much loved character. I enjoyed watching her and her friend "shop" various catalogs each day after lunch. She had an amazing amount of wit, and loved joking with people. Everyone at Three Forks enjoyed her, and waited with bated breath to see what funny thing she would say or do next. She adored our maintenance director, Bill Lawson, and our driver, Scott Lawton. She would joke with them the most. She enjoyed "buying" little gifts to give to her great grand kids. She was very cheerful and a pleasure to know. My condolences to all who knew and loved this fine lady.