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Ronnie Lee Bell

February 7, 1951 ~ March 2, 2021 (age 70)

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Ronnie Lee Bell was born February 07, 1951 in Berrien Center, MI., to the union of Harry and Ruth Ella Bell.

Lee was friendly, fiercely independent and a hard worker.  He enjoyed fishing, playing cards, dominoes, singing old school music, and loving on his family.

His laughter, jokes and generous kind spirit will never be forgotten by those whose lives he has touched.

Lee leaves to cherish his memories, daughter Tenisha Parker of Dallas, TX., sister Ruth Ann Bell of Gary, IN., nieces, Lotisa (Stanley) Scott of Memphis, TN., and Sharita Walton of Berrien Springs, MI., nephews Roosevelt (Yolanda) Bell of Benton Harbor, MI., Joshua Bell of Coventon, KY., and Calvin Bell of Indianapolis, IN., great nephew Justin Torres of Mishawaka, IN., special cousins Christine Cooks and Josephine Robinson of Berrien Springs, MI., Josephine (Bill) Riley and Debra Dixion of Atlanta, GA., Coretta Duncan of Jacksonville, FL., and Donald Richardson of Gary, IN.,  a special auntie Shirley Richardson of Gary, IN., a special love of (14) years Debbie Moore and her children Tiffany Anderson and Joseph Richardson; special grandchildren Elijah and Isaiah Anderson, Kai’lee and Carter Henderson all of Benton Harbor, MI., and a host of nieces, nephews, great nephews, a great great nephew, cousins, aunts uncles and friends.

Lee was preceded in death by maternal grandparents, Gussie and Harry Bell; paternal grandmother Willie Mae Graham; uncles Johnny Richardson, Benny Albert and Joe Fingers; aunts Ola Mae Harris and Annie Ruth; and cousins Henry and Florence Cooks.

Lee departed this life on March 02, 2021. He was a friendly face and a “Playa from the Himalayas” whether he made you laugh, showed you tricks of the trade or you listened in on his jokes.  Lee made an impact on every person he came into contact with.

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