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Angela Bennae Jewel Bell

November 15, 1967 ~ May 25, 2020 (age 52)


In the beauty of the peacefulness of the afternoon and the glow of the day, the beloved, mother, sister, aunt and friend Angela Bennae Jewel Bell met with that sunset drifting into peaceful afterglow: the mystery of God’s love and tender mercy, sinking the heart into deep sleep and eternal rest.

Angela Bennae Jewel Bell began her journey of life on November 15, 1967 in Dallas, Texas, to the parentage of Clayton and Vassie Bell. She was the younger of two children.

She attended elementary school in Richardson, Texas, and graduated from L.V. Berkner High School in Richardson, Texas. Upon graduating, she attended undergraduate school at Southern Methodist University and received a bachelor's degree in Psychology. She also received a Masters of Education from the University of Texas at Arlington. 

Her passion and purpose in life was to be an educator. She taught in the classroom at William B. Travis Elementary, Lakewood Elementary, Walnut Hill Elementary, Frank Guzick Elementary, and Reinhardt Elementary. She was also an Assistant Principal at Dan D. Rogers Elementary and Principal at Ignacio Zaragoza Elementary. She dedicated over 28 years in the field of education, imparting knowledge to the next generation.

At an early age, she attended Hamilton Park United Methodist Church where she was an active member in the youth choir as well as the United Methodist Youth Group. She was a faithful and dedicated servant of the Word throughout her life.

Angela Bennae Jewel Bell was active in her community and often volunteered for many activities with church, school, or the annual Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer walk in which she participated every year. She was a mentor, motivator, and leader to many who knew and loved her.

On May 25, 2020, God picked another flower for His garden. He picked Angela Bennae Jewel Bell. She leaves to cherish precious memories: a loving son, Miguel C. Maldonado; a brother, Michael James Bell (Rosa); three nieces: Maci Bell, Jordan Mohair, and Kersti Blackman; one nephew, Steven Bell; and a host of other relatives and dear friends. 

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