Pamela Bell

In Memorial

Pamela Lynn Bell, age 62. Sunrise March 5, 1957 and Sunset November 13, 2019.

Visitation 12:00 PM and Memorial Service 1:00 PM Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at Rehoboth Temple, 1111 E. Long Street.

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Condolence Messages

  1. I hired Pam back in 2016 for the Harry and David Call Center.
    What a delightful person. Always with a smile that would make you smile back even if the day had been hard.
    I will miss not recalling her to work and having her laugh ” I’m ready, are you?”.

    God Bless Her Soul

  2. Remembering your family in heartfelt prayer.
    While words fail to capture the pain of losing a love one, we look forward to the time when words will fail to capture the joy of having our Heavenly Father return our dear love ones to us. Truly sorry for your loss.

  3. Josephina Jones

    When I moved to Columbus in 1992 I didn’t know anybody there. When I met Pam we hit it off. She brought warmth, laughter and light into my life. She taught me how to vend and make money without punching a time clock. We traveled all over the eastern United States; from the upper peninsula of Michigan to New Orleans and from New York to Florida. When we moved to Florida in 1995 we put all of our worldly belongings in a Dodge van and drove south over the mountains, not knowing what fate awaited us. We had a blast. I miss her so much. I know she is with God now….and God is very lucky indeed.

  4. Hannah Levine

    I’m a bit late but just learned today that Pam had died. I met her in 1975 when we were both 18 and entering college. She was such a wonderful friend I think we both bonded over our love of daytime television. I miss her so much. The last time we spoke was last summer when I was in Columbus for Comfest weekend. I’ve been trying to go there for the past few years. Each year I would reconnect with Pam. Last year there were transportation issues and we didn’t manage to meet up. I’m very sorry for that.

  5. Hannah Levine

    I don’t want to leave it that at 18 we shared a love of daytime television. When my kids were little Pam had a little dog that she inherited from her father. Shera bit everyone who petted her. She gave birth to a wonderful litter of puppies. Pam gave my family one. He was very beautiful ,unlike his mother, and was friendly to everyone on the planet.
    Pam was the only friend to visit me when I lived in Oakland and she taught my oldest daughter about the minutiae of selling collectible Grateful Dead bears. Again I miss her.

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