“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7 Elizabeth Bell passed away peacefully on January 31st, 2019. She was survived by her mother Leigh Ann Bell, her father Cory Bell, her sister Abigail Bell, brother William Bell, and her fiancé Oscar Rios Jr., she was proceeded in death by her brother Danny Allen Bell. Elizabeth lived her life to the fullest, she was always sweet, caring and loving. As her best friend, I seen many times where she was strong in so many ways. She was a strong, courageous woman with a beautiful heart and soul. Elizabeth was a loving person, always showing tenderness and care to those she knew. It’s impossible to count the ways that she showed her love to her family and friends, and it’s impossible to write all the stories of the caring, loving, and strength she displayed. It’s mesmerizing how Elizabeth handled every situation at the best of her ability every single day. She was caring and loving in so many ways, she sacrificed so so much for her family. When Elizabeth was only in fifth grade, she started taking care of her brother and sister. She made sure they got their baths, dressed, feed, homework, and went to bed on time. Sometimes she didn’t even have time to take care of herself. She cared for her brother and sister so much that even to the day she passed she was doing everything to make them happy. Elizabeth loved doing things with them individually to spend time with them. She would play
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