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April Denise Bell
December 12, 1986 ~ October 7, 2023 (age 36) 36 Years Old
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April Denise Bell was born December 12, 1986, to the proud parents, Mr. Jeffrey Tyler and Ms. Mary Bell in Tallulah, Louisiana.
April departed her life on Saturday, October 7, 2023, at 2:43 PM at Minden Hospital in Minden, Louisiana.
She confessed Christ at an early age in the New Bethel Church. April was educated in Madison Parish School. April was preceded in death by her lovely parents, Mary Bell and Jeffrey Tyler; grandparents, Sadie Williams, Sylvia Guy; aunts, Rosie Racks; uncle, Charles Bell; and cousins, Cameron Cammack and Reyonna Bell.
April leaves to cherish her memories her three beautiful daughters, TeLeah Bell, Elise Bell, and Teyana Bell, all from Tallulah Louisiana; sisters, Crystal Bell of Tallulah, Louisiana, and Sharon Gathurite of Las Vegas, Nevada; brother, Derrick Bell, of Rowlett, Texas; aunts, Frankie (Carl) Cammack, Rosette Glover, Barbara (Billy) Pickett, Henritta Hardley, Stephanie Guy, all from Tallulah, Louisiana, Yvonne (Leon) Moses, Flora (Wallace) Bass from Newellton, Louisiana; uncles, Eddie Bell (Pamela) of Vicksburg, Mississippi, Joseph Bell (Pamela), Michael Bell (Andrea), Cornelius Guy (Belinda Guy), all of Tallulah, Louisiana, David (Clara) Guy from Lake Providence, Althenal (Lionel) from Monroe, Louisiana; special cousin, Robert Butler of Newellton, Louisiana; and a host of other cousins, nephews, nieces, and friends.
“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.”