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Scott Eugene Bell February 9, 1949 - April 25, 2022

Born: Wednesday Feb 9, 1949

Died: Monday Apr 25, 2022

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Scott Eugene Bell, 73, of Eden, NC, passed on Monday, April 25, 2022, at his home.

A memorial service will be held 2pm, Saturday, April 30, 2022, at Fair Funeral Home Chapel in Eden, NC, with visitation one hour prior to the service, from 1-2pm.

Scott was born February 9, 1949, in Baker, Oregon, to the late Milton LaRoy Bell and Juanita Dorothy Scott Bell. He was a strong Christian Man of God. Scott worked as Senior Project Engineer in telecommunications. He enjoyed Calligraphy. One of his favorite things was playing with his grandson, Cayden. Scott and Sherry were the love of each other’s lives. Scott loved being with his family and his dog “Chase”.

Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife, Sherry Bennett Bell; son, Rocky Harmon (Mindy) of Eden and grandson, Cayden; daughter, Jamie Bell Hottman of Spokane, WA, and grandchildren, Damien, Jordynn, and Hunter; cousins, Cindy Ardill and Noland Young.

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Sherry... so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for comfort during the difficult days ahead. Scott was a wonderful neighbor.
Donna Carter
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Scott.  After we left Growing Oaks Scott was always friendly when we would see him. He will be missed. 
Brenda and Reggie Denney
Brenda and Reggie Denney
Words are so inadequate at a time like this. Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. I will always fondly remember Scott being the first to warmly welcome me to this neighborhood and I regret his leaving before we could get to know each other better. May his soul rest in the peace of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Ernest Myers
Rocky, Mindy, and Sherry, I am so sorry to hear of Scott's death. We will keep you all in our prayers.
Cheryl Williams
This news has completely shocked me.  I have so many fond memories of Scott.  He was always incredibly kind to me whenever I had the chance to be around him.  My deepest condolences to Sherry, Rocky, and the entire family.

Jamie Rorrer
Most of my life I knew his as Scottie, my older cousin. After my father died in 2012, we reconneced and I had to remember to call him Scott! Over the years we became more like brother/sister. We were both only childern and it was wonderful to talk about our times at the Scott farm in Texas. Remembering our uncles, aunts, and other cousins. Remembering the cold, homemade ice cream made on the front porch on a hot summer evening!
Several years ago we made a trip out to North Carolina to see Scott and meet Sherry. We had a wonderful visit and saw for ourselves what a wonderful cook Sherry is! (Scott was always bragging on her!)
We have emailed several times a week. He had a great sense of humor and would share some funny ones! We loved sharing how our families were doing. We could never talk enough about our grandchildern who have brought us both great joy.
He and Sherry were good about sending cards. His beautiful artwork touched each envelope and I have kept many of his cards to display at holidays.
We also shared knowing Jesus as our Lord and Savior. Our family bond in a different sense.
I love you Scott. Thank you for your love, kindness, prayers, and friendship through the years. Your Sis, Cindy.
John, Scott and Amanda, Jen and Jonathan, and my four grandkids: Annive, Liam, Grey, and Sweet Pea (Paige)
Cindy Scott Ardill
My name is Leo Ballard and I worked with Scott about 25 years ago in Greensboro NC. He made a graffiti name tag for me on cardboard. I have changed offices, desks, and locations several times since meeting Scott. However, I posted my cardboard name tag at each new location. Including my current one. He was a good man and a good friend. We eat lunch a few times a month at the Lone Star Steakhouse in Greensboro. One day he finally convinced me (A Well-Done Guy) to try a "Medium" steak.... I never went back to well-dome after that. Scttt liked his Staek Rare... It barley even touched the grill... LOL

Good Memories of a good man.

Leo Ballard
Leo Ballard
I was very fortunate to have worked along side of Scott for many years. He was a very interesting guy that shared some of his memories of growing up and living out west. He definitely loved his family who he spoke of often. Hard work was no stranger to him. May peace and God's blessings be with his family and friends. 
Lee Price

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