Virginia Bell

Virginia Mae Bell (McCarry)

Saturday, May 19th, 1928 - Thursday, May 30th, 2019
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Born May 19, 1928 in Kegomic, Michigan, to Harry and Norma Mae McCary (Cossett). She was the youngest of five children. She spent most of her childhood in Boyne City, Michigan.
On November 12, 1946, Virginia married Loren Earl Bell, of Boyne Falls, Michigan. They lived there together for the next 15 years.
After Loren and Virginia retired, they set about traveling all over the United Stated by R.V. They settled in the winter months in Quartzsite, Arizona for over 20 years. Their biggest trip, one they always talked about, was when they traveled with her brother Al, and sister in law Dee, to Mexico's Copper Canyon. It was a caravan tour. They loaded up and rode their R.V. through Copper Canyon on a train.
Virginia was preceded in death by her husband Loren of nearly 70 years of marriage, her children Debra Kay, Loren Duane, and Darwin Lee; and her siblings Irene, Dorothy, Al, and LaVern. Virginia has 6 children, 9 grandchildren, and 15 great grand children.
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