Thomas Edward Bell III, age 52 of Kingsland passed away Friday, August 3rd, 2012 at his residence.
Mr. Bell was born in Martinsburg, West Virginia on February 7th, 1960. He is the son of the late Thomas Edward and Peggy Wolf Bell. Mr. Bell is survived by his beloved wife, Darlene Bell; his son, Eric Bell of Valdosta, GA, Damon Overstreet of Kingsland, and Jordan (Erin) Taylor of St. Marys; his sister, Lisa B. (Douglas) Farmer of Martinsburg West Virginia; his grandchild, Kaiden Davis; his niece, Tiffany Farmer; and his nephew, Jared Farmer. Besides his parents, Mr. Bell was preceded in passing by his first wife; Jayne Ellen Cuichta Bell in November 2001.
People were Tom’s passion. Whether it was serving his country in the United States Navy for eight years, serving on the organizational committee for Relay for Life for fifteen years, or ministering to the “THUGS” of The Harbor Worship Center for five years, Tom impacted the lives he touched. Faith was a huge part of Tom’s life. He gave his life to God in October 2001 and was baptized in the Crooked River. Tom’s other interests include NASCAR and football. Having moved to Camden County in 1991, Tom was an avid Camden Wildcat fan. He also pulled for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the West Virginia Mountaineers. Tom was employed as a Computer Specialist at BAE Systems, Inc. in St. Marys.
Calling hours for Mr. Bell will be from 6 to 8 PM Monday, August 6th, 2012 at the Harbor Worship Center. Funeral services will be at 3 PM Tuesday, August 7th, 2012 at the Harbor Worship Center with Pastor Michael Sanes presiding also speaking will be the Associate Pastors, Aaron Kirkland and Ken Smith, Youth Pastor, Josh Cribbs, College and Career Pastor, Eddie Martinez, and Music Director, Adam Sanes. Honorary pallbearers will be the Harbor Worship Center youth group THUGS “Teens Humbly Upholding Godly Standards”. Mr. Bell will be laid to rest in the Jacksonville National Cemetery at a later date.
In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions to be made to Camden Relay for Life and the Harbor Worship Center Youth Group.
February 7, 1960 – August 4, 2012