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Virginia Mitchell Bell June 26, 1943 - December 2, 2017

Virginia Mitchell Bell, 74, of Hernando, MS, went home to be with her Lord December 2, 2017.  She was born June 26, 1943 in Merrill, Maine, the daughter of Don and Pearl (Tozier) Mitchell.  Virginia dedicated her life to the service of God; serving as a minister’s wife, pianist, and Sunday School teacher.  She loved her family, cooking, baking, reading, and bird watching.  She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Lawrence M. Bell of Hernando; two daughters, Michelle Pavano and her husband, David of Bristol, Connecticut and Juanita Chamberlin and her husband, Larry of Hernando; two grandchildren, Victoria Chamberlin and Larry Chamberlin, both of Hernando; three brothers, Phillip Mitchell and his wife, Sue of West Virginia, Steven Mitchell of Maine, and Eric Mitchell and his wife, Diane of Pennsylvania.  She was preceded in death by her parents and ten siblings.  Friends may call from 4-7 p.m., Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at First Assembly of God, 6550 Camelot Road, Horn Lake, MS.  A memorial service will be held at 12 p.m., Thursday, December 7, 2017 at the First Assembly of God, with Pastor David Smith officiating.

Visitation:
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
First Assembly of God
6550 Camelot Road
Horn Lake, MS 38637

Memorial Service:
Thursday, December 7, 2017
12:00 P.M.
First Assembly of God
6550 Camelot Road
Horn Lake, MS 38637

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    Lorraine and Sherry Headden says

    Bro. Bell, Juanita, and family. So sorry for your loss. I remember when y’all came to Oak Forest she was so sweet and much loved.

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    Kimberly says

    Juanita and family, so sorry for your loss.

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    Jennifer Bouchard (Nute) says

    It has been many years since I have seen this beautiful lady. I remember growing up with her being a very influental lady in my life. I am glad she is not in anymore pain or suffering. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to Jusnita and Michelle with the loss of their mother; and to George with the loss of an amazing wife and mother. May the Lord be with you all at this difficult time in your lives.

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    Anne Hersey-Odgers says

    I was so very sorry to hear that Ginny had passed away. She was always such a kind and gentle person and she always made you feel special. She had a great sense of humor and an infectious laugh. My deepest sympathy to Larry, Juanita and Michelle. I know Ginny will be greatly missed. Love to all.

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    lorna n greg says

    Dearest Ant Ginny, u will never be forgotten as ur legacy will live on forever in the lives of many u had the pleasure to touch. We love and appreciate yall so much. Till we meet again. Much love💞💞💞💞.

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      Angie n glenn Odonal says

      Too one of the sweetest sister laws gone far too soon, but we know ur resting now in the arms of our savior and one day we shall meet again. Our prayers for peace n comfort are with you now n forever. We love yas much. xxoo💞💞.

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    Esther Olsen says

    Ginny and I were roommates at Faith School Of Theolgy we shared many wonderful times my heart is sad but rejoice in the fact she is now with her blessed Lord my heart goes out to Larry and their daughters you my Ginny will never be forgotten thank you for being a wonderful friend i will always love you

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    Patty says

    Larry, Michelle, Juanita, and family so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers.

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    Debbie Langille says

    Sis. Bell, you are loved and missed. Thoughts/prayers are with Pastor Bell and your families.

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    Lori O'Donal Rossignol says

    My Beloved Aunt Ginny..You are loved & Will be missed Every day…You are now in the sweet arms of our Lord & Savior..No more Pain..Your walking the Beautiful streets of Gold rejoicing with the Angels & Our loved ones..Some Glorious Day we will all be reunited again..until that day..may you RIP..I Love you Aunt Ginny…Prayers for you Uncle Larry, Michelle & Jaunita & Families..God Bless” love you all..

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    Dolly King Phillips says

    I have wonderful memories of being a child visiting her two girls in her home. She made shaped pancakes. Mickey Mouse was a favorite. I loved to hear her and Bro. Bell sing. They were just extended family. Your Maine family loves you all and are praying for your comfort! She is rejoicing with her Savior!

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    Richard Londin says

    She will greatly missed and loved back here in Connecticut

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    Joanne Flanagan says

    Hugh and I love Ginny Bell. So sweet and caring, and a wonderful sense of humor. We’ve known Ginny for over 50 years. We will miss you but look forward to the day we see you again. Larry and girls, extended family: we love you, and praying the Lord’s comfort will sustain you. We love you all – Uncle Hughie & Aunt Jo

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    Marisol Anderson says

    Mrs. Bell had a beauty to her that extended beyond inner or outer beauty. When around her, she gave off this sense of peacefulness in her quiet ways yet she had the best and most unexpected sense of humor. She will be missed by many and never forgotten by all who knew her. My deepest sympathies.

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