David  Bell's Memorial

David Bell
(1949 - 1999)


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Name: Mr David Bell
Nick Name: Dinga
Gender: Male
Age: 50 years old
Lived: Sunday, 13 March 1949 - Monday, 25 October 1999

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Dear new friend, My name is Naomi a good looking girl.I have a special reason of contacting you which i will make...
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this song always makes me think of you and always brings a tear to the eye
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i miss you daddy we all do xxxxx


Fathers Name: Leonard Bell
Mothers Name: Muriel Vierria
Country of Birth: Australia
Country of Residence: Australia
City of Residence: Sydney and Maitland
Occupation: Law Enforcement
Marital Status: Married
Religion: Anglican


Favourite Sport: Cricket
Favourite Team: Australia
Favourite Book: not sure
Favourite Movie: not sure
Favourite Music Genre: Classical
Favourite Artist: Simon and Garfunkel
Other Interests:
david loved race horses the trotts and also drinks with his mates, his best mate was his daughter catherine who shared the same interest as he did.


Place of Passing: Cessnock District Hospital
Date of Passing: 25 October 1999
Cause of Passing: myocardial infarction
Type of Funeral: Police funeral
Place of Burial: Beresfield Crematorium
Funeral Director: Fry Brothers Funeral
Funeral Location: East Maitland
Funeral Date: 28 October 1999
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