Julie Marie Bell
July 20, 1954 – March 23, 2021
Julie Marie Bell, age 66, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and registered nurse passed away on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. Julie was born July 20, 1954 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas to E.C. and Leatrice (Zangerl) Long. She had a love for the outdoors as a master gardener and always enjoyed her plants and flowers. She was quick-witted and could always make people laugh with her great sense of humor. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Linda Luft and brother E.C. “Sonny” Long, Jr. Survived by her loving husband John, son Robert “Kirk” (Darice) Moyer III of Metairie, LA, daughters Cris Anne (Glen) Moore of Lee Summit, MO, Jessica Marie (Kevin) Plumlee of Bentonville, AR; grandchildren Amanda Blair Moyer, Robert “Kirk” Moyer IV, Will “Reese” Moyer, Abigail Anna Moore, Nathaniel “Nate” Robert Moore, Olivia Marie Rudolph, and Annabella Kate Plumlee; brothers Kenneth "Kenny" (Peggy) Long, Raymond (Carolyn) Long, Jeffrey (Anne) Long and many nieces and nephews who adored her. A private memorial mass will be held. Memorials maybe given in memory of Julie to the Kansas Humane Society, 3313 N. Hillside St, Wichita, KS 67219 and www.kshumane.org. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MyLakeviewFuneralHome.com for the Bell family.
- Kansas Humane Society
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Julie Marie Bell
March 30, 2021
My love and prayers are with you after the loss of your mother. We have fond memories of her when she was young. May you always have happy memories of her. We pray that God will comfort you during your grief. Love to both . Aunt Sandra and Shirley
March 28, 2021
So very sorry to hear of Julie's passing.
I'll always remember her grin when I tried her "special" JELLO!!!
Julie was always giving me a start of one of her gorgeous plants then giving odds on how long it would take me to kill it!!!
Julie was beautiful inside and out and she left us with so many wonderful memories!!!
Sympathy and prayers to John and the family.
March 27, 2021
Julie’s pride and joy were her girls, Cris and Jessica. You can not look at them without seeing her same beautiful image in each of them. She gave them her spirit for laughter, life, and love and a courageous strength to always persevere in spite of any struggles or obstacles that may be encountered along the way. Julie knew that life was about living it to its fullest and that even when mistakes occurred it was not a sign of weakness it was a sign of passion and perseverance that taught lessons that led to personal growth. Her health obstacles were many but she never allowed them to slow her down or prevent her from finding the God given gift of humor in her daily life. She will be missed dearly by her devoted husband, children, grandchildren, and all her family. She leaves behind a legacy of love that will forever keep her memories alive.
March 27, 2021
Nothing but Love, Admiration, Respect for this beautiful woman. Julie, you will always be in my sweet memories. Tell Big Mama and Papa Bear I said Hello.