Cordelia Armstrong Bell was born May 03, 1930 in Montgomery (County) Alabama to the late Mr. Ed Armstrong and Mrs. Dora Means Armstrong. She confessed her life to Christ at an early age and united with Rehobeth Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, Letohatchee, Alabama. Later, she met and married Eddie James Bell, and moved her membership to Friendship Baptist Church in Ada, Alabama where she served in many capacities faithfully. After the death of her husband she moved to Georgia to live with her daughter.

She received her education in Montgomery County School System and of her many careers; she was a hair stylist, a Montgomery County School bus driver and Cafeteria Worker. Her hobbies were gardening, fishing, and cooking.

Cordelia was preceded in death by her husband of sixty four years, parents, siblings: Cleafus Armstrong, Alberta Armstrong, Beatrice (Iverson) Zimmerman, Dora Mae (Elijah) Walton and John Ray (Claudia) Armstrong.

Left to cherish her memories a loving and devoted daughter, Zeola Bell Terry, a loving son, Eddie Bell, a devoted niece like a daughter, Gloria Zimmerman (Tyrone and LaTrice), grandchildren, Teresa (Frederick) Stanley, Roy L. Terry III, Toni (Corey) Callahan, Rodney (Katina) Terry and Rhonda Terry, great grandchildren, John, Jasmine, Tyneikia, Jerrod, Tyjuan, Kevonte, Brandon, Chaise, Kaylin, Ryan, Jevius, Christian, Cameron, Byron, and Britney, great great grandchildren, Morgan and Jamaree,  one uncle, Lee Owens of Biloxi, MS, one sister, Betty Smith of Pike Road, AL, one sister-in-law, Annette (Rob) Conner of Montgomery, AL, extended family, Reverend James Myers, Sr. (Eloise), Mona (Robert) Davis, Bettye (John) Seawright, Samuel McDonald and a host of devoted nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


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