Deborah A. Bell
October 1, 1940 - August 4, 2019
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Deborah A. Bell of Mahopac, NY passed away on Sunday, August 4, 2019 at the age of 78. She was born in Yonkers, NY on October 1, 1940, the daughter of Sidney V. and Marguerite (Perry) Revello. Deborah was a graduate of Commerce High School. On December 30, 1961 she married Alfred L. Bell at…

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Christine left a message on August 8, 2019:
Deepest condolences to Keith, Nancy, Susie and their families. This is a great loss. Debbie will remain in my heart forever and I will always be grateful for the love, lightness and friendship she brought to my life. I feel so lucky to have had her as my aunt.
Entire Staff at Dandelion Energy left a message on August 7, 2019:
Keith Bell and Bell Family, Our sincerest condolences from your friends at Dandelion Energy. We are thinking of you. Dandelion Staff
Fred & Catherine (Barca) Isler left a message on August 7, 2019:
Dear Keith, Allison & families and Donald, We were so sorry to hear of Debbie's passing, our thoughts,hearts, and prayers are with all of you. We have many happy memories of Debbie, from our days at Our Lady of the Rosary School, Commerce High School, our Senior prom and Jones Beach the following day. Our weddings and the birth of our first children a month apart. We know that Allie and Kevin welcomed her with open arms, along with "Peg " & "Vinny", and they are all watching over you now. Love, Fred & Cathy Isler
Janine and Anthony Laruccia left a message on August 6, 2019:
To Keith and family, Very sorry for your loss. Your mom was surely a bright light in your family and will surely be missed. With sincere sympathy.
Joseph J. Smith left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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