November 22, 1955 ~ January 6, 2017
Deborah “Debbie” Bell
61, of Indianapolis,passed away on January 6, 2017. She wasborn on November 22, 1955 to the late Robert and Delores Morgan inIndianapolis. Debbie graduated from HoweHigh School in 1974. One year later, shemet and married the love of her life, Ralph “Kenny” Bell, and have beentogether ever since. She worked as a CNAat Golden Living Brookview for over 30 years.
Debbie is survived by her: husband of 41 years, RalphKenneth Bell; sons, Robert Bell (Rachel) and Nikia Bell; sisters, Patty Morgan,Jackie Pierce (Mike), and Cathy Bell (William); brother, Ronald Morgan;grandchildren, Nicolas, Taylyn, Jamar, Arianna, Nikia Jr, Blaque; and great-granddaughter,Tamiyah. She is preceded in death by her parents, mentioned above.
Funeral service will be 1pm on Friday, January 13, 2017 atLegacy Cremation & Funeral Services – Lawrence, 5215 N. Shadeland Avenue,with visitation from 11am until the time of service. In lieu of flowers, please make memorialcontributions to Little Red Door Cancer Agency.
Debbie was one of my best friends in high school. She was a bridesmaid at my wedding. I lost contact with her many years ago and tried to look her up in the phone book but could never find her. Recently saw her on Facebook and was able to chat with her there. I am so sorry we never got to meet up. I have so many happy memories of Debbie and me. She always had a smile and loved her laugh. I am so sorry for your loss and sorry I never got to see her again. Prayers going to her family. Unfortunately I will not be able to attend due to not being able to get off work. She will be in my thoughts and prayers.
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Debbie and I worked together years ago at Brookview Manor. She was a very kind and loving caregiver to all the patients who were lucky enough to be in her care. I can honestly say, Debbie would be the person I would want to take care of a loved one. I saw her daily making it easier for the aged to live with dignity and laughter. She had a sweet smile and even though she could be having a bad day, none of the residents would know. God Bless you Debbie for all the love and kindness you have given to so many. May you rest now in the arms of God. Diana Hickman
Rest In Peace aunt Deb I love you always and thank you for every thing you did for me all these years I will see you agian one day shorty love you always budro
We wish to extend our deepest condolences the Debbie’s family at this difficult time. Rest in Peace Debbie!