Diane Bell Obituary, Death – Diane Bell has reportedly died leaving family and loved ones in agony and grief, according to an online publication. “She was the life of the party and lived life to the fullest, often making others laugh and smile. She also lived life to its utmost potential. The people who most fondly remembered her by the appellation “The First Spice Girl Ever” were members of her family.
She had many, many friends from her childhood and throughout the years who she loved with all of her heart, and she wanted all of you to know how much she appreciated you for allowing her to be a part of your lives. She had many, many friends from her childhood and throughout the years who she loved with all of her heart. She adored each and every one of her countless friends from her youth and throughout the years with her entire being.
She had a lot of them. She continued her education at Miss Murphy’s Business College in Halifax, the city in which she would spend the rest of her life living and working, immediately following her graduation from high school there. Danielle Susan, who had just been born at the time of her passing, as well as her parents, Harold and Winnifred (Hines) Balish, arrived before she died away.
She will be forever remembered and will forever hold a special place in the hearts of her family, which includes her daughters Nicole and Alicia (Barry Whiting), both of Halifax; her siblings Harold, Linda (Robert Hardiman), Kent (Sybil Foster), all of Lockeport; Craig, Toronto; Kevin, Michael (Julie Locke), Dana (Brian Nickerson), all of Lockeport; and Shelley (Allen Bailey), Lantz; her six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren The H. M. Huskilson’s Funeral Home in Lockeport was in charge of carrying out the cremation, and the funeral director was in charge of overseeing the operation.
The family would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation to the members of the medical team, the VON, the caretakers, the nurses, and anybody else who helped Diane receive the high-quality care that she did. You are highly valued, and we promise that you will never be far from our minds.”