Donnie C. Bell

January 03,1966 - January 23,2019

Obituary for Donnie C. Bell

Sewell Mortuary in Grantville respectfully announces the passing of Donnie C. Bell on January 23rd, 2019.

Funeral service is January 27th, 2:00 PM at Clark Chapel United Methodist Church in Luthersville Georgia.

Visitation Is on the 26th, from 4 to 6 PM at Sewell Mortuary in Grantville.

Donnie was born on January 3, 1966, in Coweta County, Georgia. He was the son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Willie George (Jonelle) Bell; and Mr. & Mrs. Floyd (Mary) Harris. He loved his family dearly and was a dear friend to many. He had a unique sense of humor that brought laughter and joy that impacted so many lives. His greatest love was spending time with his family and friends whether he was visiting or talking on the phone. He was very caring and selfless, always showing his outward expression of unconditional love for his daughter, sons, grandchildren, siblings, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. There’s no doubt Donnie’s heart was for his family and friends.

Donnie was educated in the Meriwether County School System. He was a believer of Jesus Christ and accepted him as his Lord and Savior at an early age. He was a member of Clark Chapel United Methodist Church. Donnie was employed at Tredegar Corporation a/k/a Bonnell Aluminum for over 20 years.

Donnie was preceded in death by his parents; twin brother, Lonnie; grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Willie Edward (Dorothy) Bussie, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas (Lena) Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur (Lucille) Harris.

Donnie is survived by his wife, Connie Bell; four loving and devoted children: daughter, Jawanna Bell; sons, Mr. & Mrs. Aldophus (Kenyanna) Amey, Mr. & Mrs. Derrius (Imani) Bell and DeMarkus Bell; seven grandchildren: Al’Lexia, Ezra, Alexander, Anilah, Elijah, Kingston and Alaya.; sisters: loving and devoted caregiver, Reverend & Mrs. Julian (Vanessa) Warner; Mr. & Mrs. Paul (Demetrice) Foster; four brothers: Mr. & Mrs. Dandy (Pamela) Harris, Deltiwon Harris, Mr. & Mrs. Richard (Jean) Harris, and Mr. & Mrs. Willie Floyd (Diane) Harris; sister-in-law: Tracey Mitchell; aunts and uncles: Mrs. Gladys Bell, Mr. & Mrs. James (Doris) Spear, Ms. Vera Bussie, Ms. Stephanie Bussie, Mr. & Mrs. Terry (Tonja) Reese, Mr. Melvin Bussie, Mr. Willie Bussie, Mr. James Bussie, Mr. & Mrs. Rayford Bussie, Mrs. Margie Alexander, Ms. Ruby Nell Bell, Mr. Maxie Bell, Ms. Linda Sue Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Elijah (Annie) Brittain, Mr. & Mrs. Randy (Debra) Stevens, Ms. Sandy Strozier, Ms. Betty Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Rayvie Harris, Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Harris, Mr. Sylvester Harris; great aunts and uncles: Mrs. Ruby Driver, Mrs. Julia Walker, Mrs. Freddie Reese, Mr. Albert Reese, and Mr. Roger Reese; and a host of other relatives and friends.




04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Sewell Mortuary
220 Charlie Patterson Rd
Grantville, GA 30220
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Funeral Service

02:00 PM
Clarks Chapel
60 E Oak St
Luthersville, GA 30251
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Revelation 21:3&4 The Bible states that God "will wipe out every tear from our eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. " Just imagine a time in the future when those in the grave will be brought back to life here on earth. Just imagine the day when Donnie will be in perfect health no more worries.
- Lynn Carter
Warm thoughts and prayers to the family during this difficult time. Let the peace of God stated at Philippians 4: 6, 7 guard your hearts.
- D. Young
I am very saddened to hear about Donnie’s passing. I hope in the days to come that y’all find peace and comfort in the memories that you share. I’m sure there will be much humor for the grand babies to enjoy in the memories of their granddad
- Joanne
We are so sorry to hear about Mr. Donnie. We loved seeing him at the school and he will be missed by many here. Nancy Reynolds-Western Elementary School
- Nancy Reynolds
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- Aubrey

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