Alene P. Bell
- November 6, 1918 - March 23, 2012
- North Carolina
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MOUNT OLIVE "" Alene Price Bell, 93, of 275 Red Hill Road, passed away early Friday morning, March 23, at Wayne Memorial Hospital.
This Seven Springs area native had been a long time resident of the Summerlin's Crossroads section of Duplin. She was a member of Rooty Branch Original Free Will Baptist Church with a long tenure of service, serving as church treasurer and in the ladies auxiliary.
Surviving are a son, Leslie James Bell, Jr. of Mount Olive; two daughters, Judith Bell Crumpler of Pikeville, and Janis Bell Fuller of Winter Park, Fla.; three grandchildren, Robert Deans and wife MaryEllen, Kevin Crumpler, and Brandy Luceand husband Sterling; five great-grandchildren; two sisters, Alyce P. Kelly of Albertson and Sylvia P. Creel and husband, Jimmy of Dudley; three brothers, Sydney Price of Seven Springs, Nelson Price and wife, Linda, of Lumberton, and Larry Price and wife, Allie of Seven Springs; special friends, Cathy Rouse, Ann and Barry Stringer, Susan Potter, and Geneva Hardy; and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Leslie J. Bell; her parents, Andrew Titus and Johnnie Hines Price; two sisters, Geneva Price and Dollie P. Townsend; and five brothers, Aubrey, Stacey, Newby, Curtis, and Donald Price.
Funeral services were held Saturday night, March 24, at Tyndall Funeral Home with visitation afterward. A committal and burial service will be held Sunday, March 25, at 2 p.m. at Devotional Gardens of Warsaw with the Rev. Mickey Whitfield officiating.
Tyndall Funeral Home of Mount Olive is honored to serve the Bell family.