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In Loving Memory

Bell, Sheree F.

On Monday November 13, 2023. Loving mother of Ashley Clayton. Beloved daughter of Fay and the late James Bell. Cherished sister of Rob (Moralyn) Bell and Brent (Devon) Bell. Loving partner of Bob Birtley. Dearest aunt of Lauren, Luke and Johnathan.

Sheree approached everything in her life whole-heartedly and had a passion for the students at Jefferson College, where she was employed as Purchasing Director. She enjoyed buying and selling collectibles, travelling and playing games with family.

Services; A memorial visitation at Kutis South County (5255 Lemay Ferry) on Monday 11/20 from 11AM until service at 1PM. In lieu of flowers memorials to Jefferson College Foundation; Scholarship Fund appreciated.


13 thoughts on “Bell, Sheree F.”

  1. My Condolences to be Bell Family. I so enjoyed working with Sheree @ Rockwood. Sheree was so knowledgeable and kind. My prayers to all.

    Mary Thouviner

  2. I enjoyed getting to know Sheree when she worked for Rockwood School District. I would visit with her in her office. She was a delight. I am so very sorry, Brent, for your and your family’s loss.

  3. I will miss you, Sheree. You were always full of life and compassionate to anyone you met. Your heart was full of love for everything.

  4. I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Sheree. I first met Sheree over 40 years ago at her father’s auction and immediately felt a kinship with her. Not only did we share a name and age but a love for collecting and antiques. Whenever I think of Sheree the first thing I think of is the great big beautiful smile… May you all find comfort in the cherished moments you have shared together …

  5. I have been her neighbor for 31 years. I’m going to miss her waves and smile. We also shared the joy of second hand shopping and would see her often when looking for those prizes.
    I pray that she is in heaven enjoying those treasures.

  6. As a fellow co-worker at Jefferson College, it was a pleasure to know Sheree and share her humor, dedication, and passion for her role. Our entire College community will miss her presence greatly as we extend our condolences to her family and loved ones. May she rest in heavenly peace.

  7. She was a very sweet girl in High School. Kinda of lost track of her, but now I regret that. May she RIP. Prayers for family and friends for Peace and Comfort.

  8. Deepest condolences to all who knew and loved her. Sheree was a friend in high school and through time and circumstances we lost touch. Her smile really could light up a room. She was funny, cute and sweet as could be. The last time I saw her was in the early 90s at Blue Water Grill when it was still located at Hampton and Watson. We said then we’d get together soon. I so regret that we didn’t. All my memories of her are good ones.

  9. My dearest and best friend, you were one of life’s greatest . I am so grateful for all the good times we’ve shared. My prayers and thoughts for Ashley, Bob and your beautiful family. May your garden in heaven have those 2 pink flamingos we planned to have someday, I’ll be looking for them when I see you again. I love you forever my dear Sheree, Anna


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