BELL, DRENNEN DAVID "DAVE" "DAVID" - Press of Atlantic City: South Jersey Obituaries And Death Notices


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BELL, DRENNEN DAVID "DAVE" "DAVID" - was born December 4, 1955 in Felixstowe, Suffolk Co., England to Howard O. Bell, Sr. and Muriel Bell nee Harding. He was educated in the Atlantic City and Irvington public school systems. Although he had an entrepreneurial spirit, Drennen was not too proud to take employment where needed to provide for family. He owned and ran a pesticide business, and was a general contractor. He held certifications in diverse fields including HVAC for which he was extremely expert. His last employ was with Bell Electric,LLC as a Project Manager & Journeyman Electrician. He enjoyed writing poetry & songwriting. His biggest dream was to introduce his music to the world. He is predeceased by his grand-mother, Hilda Bell; brothers, Frank Walker & Peter Bell; uncles, Levi Bell, Sr. (Uncle Rick) and Leonard Hayes, Sr.; aunts, Sonja Bell, Evelyn Hayes and Madeline Bell; and cousins, Levi Fielding, Glenn Fielding, Dwight Colson, Reed Bell, David Colson and Darwin Hayes. Drennen is survived by his wife, Elena Cotto-Bell; sons, Angel, Kayel and Adriel; daughters, Zenith and Mireya; granddaughter, Cataleya; his father, Howard O. Bell, Sr.; brother, Howard O. Bell, III (Bonnie); sisters, Sylvia Walker, Jennifer Barnes (Rodney), Bonita Walker (Harlan), and Beverly April; uncles, William Bell (Elaine), Elliott Bell,and Melvin Gaunt (Joanne); aunts, Flora Colson, Ruth Weekes, and Robin Jennings; and the most loving host of nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends. Homecoming services will be held at In His Image Ministries, 119 S. Franklin Blvd, Pleasantville, on Friday, March 7, 2014 at 11:00 am. Friends may call from 10 am. Arrangements are by Greenidge Funeral Homes (609) 345-6305.

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  • Bonita Walker posted at 8:07 am on Fri, Mar 7, 2014.

    bonnie424 Posts: 9

    Rest in peace my dear Brother.


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