Cynthia “Cindy” Lynn Bell

August 5, 1962 - May 31, 2021
Cynthia “Cindy” Lynn Bell

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Cynthia “Cindy” Lynn Bell, 58, a resident of New Bern and formerly of Washington passed away Monday May 31, 2021 at her residence.
To honor Cindy’s wishes no services will be held at this time. A private memorial will be held at a later date.
Cindy was born on August 5, 1962 in Newport News, Virginia the daughter of the late William Edward Bell, Sr. and Janice Fox Bell.
Cindy took pride in her work as a tax pro and was a caregiver to many elderly people. She enjoyed times outdoors mowing grass which she referred to as her “Happy Place”. Cindy loved going to concerts which consist of her love for country and old 70’s music. Many of those concert tickets were won off WRNS Radio Station. If Cindy called in for a radio contest she normally won. Smiles were always brought to her face by the grandchildren that knew her as “Nana”. While Cindy accomplished a lot in life her greatest achievement was being a Nana. Cindy also loved the household cat named “Happy”.
She is survived by her son: Lloyd Phillip Gray, II of New Bern, NC; two daughters: Elizabeth Allison Gray of Greenville, NC; Victoria Ashley Gray of Wake Forest, NC; one sister; Crystal Bell Boyd and husband Kevin of Pinetown, NC; seven grandchildren, one niece and several special friends.
Along with her parents she was preceded in death by her brother: William Edward Bell, Jr.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 2451 Crystal Drive Suite 900, Arlington, Virginia 22202 or the American Cancer Society, PO Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK 73123.
Joseph B. Paul Jr. Funeral Service Washington Funeral & Cremation is assisting the Bell family.

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