May 31, 1957 ~ February 22, 2022

Born in: Indianapolis, Indiana
Resided in: Indianapolis, Indiana

Nothing Gold Can Stay

Debra (Debbie) Lynn Bell, 64, passed away on February 22, 2022, at her home surrounded by her daughters.  She was born on May 31, 1957, in Indianapolis, IN, to Janace Wallace and Bernie Wathen.

Debbie was a military wife for about 15 years, traveling all over and seeing lots of places.  She was a very hard worker and made sure to keep up with all the men on the job sites.  She was one of the guys for sure.  She loved Harleys and to feel the wind blowing through her hair.  She raised a lot of money for kids and people in need.  Debbie loved her children and grandchildren very much.

Debbie leaves behind many who will cherish her memory: daughters Angela Bell (Dano), Neuth Moss (Brandon), Krystal Davis (Mike), Sunshine Rodriguez, and Katie Robbeloth; grandchildren: Kayla, William, Kerryn, Aubrie, Hayley, Lynndsie, Brandon II, Dakota, Anthony, Marissa, Carter, and Averie; great grandchildren: Thane, River and Vadalynn; the father of her children Rickey Bell; her mother Janice Wallace; and sisters Janet, Barb, Tonie, and Rita.  Debbie also leaves behind her amazing pup, Mayhem.

Debbie was preceded in death by her sister Pammie, nephew Brandon, granddaughter Valerie Faith, son-in-law Daniel Novak, and longtime love Mike Totton.

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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. “I miss you already”,”love you too much” mom I hope you were happy with me and Neuth taking care of you and hope we didnt disappoint you!!! I love you so much you are my Best Friend for Life always!!

  3. I love you Momma… I miss you with all my heart ❤️ Every Ride from here on will be for you. As your 1st born Child I will promise to make you proud when We do this Ride for you. Stay Gold up there with Aunt Pam, Brandon and Vic.

    Nature’s First Green is Gold,
    Her Hardest Hue To Hold.
    Her Early Leafs A Flower;
    But Only So An Hour
    Then Leaf Subsides To Leaf.
    So Eden Sank To Grief,
    So Dawn Goes Down To Day.
    Nothing Gold Can Stay. ✨️

  4. You raised some amazing strong daughters. I know they will all miss you, as will your grandkids ❤️. You were definitely a force to be reckoned with. Rest easy

  5. May your family find the peace, strength, and courage to get through this time. You raised strong daughters..

  6. Mom it was an honor for me to take care of you for the past 4 years and to have Neuth to help the last year. Inseparable the three of us were and will always be!!! 3 pees in a pod! I wish friends and family could have been with you more than some of them were i know it hurt your feelings everyday that nobody came to see you, God knows who they are and im so grateful that none can hurt you physically or mentally ever again! We were honored that you chose us to take care of you….it means the world to me that we were with our best friend every last breath!!!

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