Linda Bell laid to rest on June 11th, 2022 in Little Elm, Texas and was born on Feb. 21, 1949 in New Haven, Connecticut .
Linda was also known as GMA, Grandma, and Great Grandma, to many of her kids friends as Mrs J and Mom.
Linda was a dedicated and baptized Jehovah’s Witness. She had an earthly hope to be resurrected when perfect conditions are on earth as promised in Revelation 21:3, 4. She spoke about the resurrection hope to all who felt sad from a loss of a loved one. She loved helping anyone who needed it, even if you didn’t think you did. Some scriptures she used often was John 5:28, 29 and John 17:5 when she talked to people.
She loved travelling to see all her kids nationwide. Always with a mission to help them conquer a project. She loved giving, even her last dollar to those in need. She loved gardening and learning about nutrition. She even learned how to lay bricks for a walkway. If she didn’t know something, she would research how to do it. Many found peace in the words she wrote for those in mourning.
Linda is preceded in death by her mother, Marjorie Pendred, father, Addison Beckwith, brothers; Paul Ashby, Danny Mikolinsky, and grandson Jaime Johnson.
Linda is survived by her children: James Johnson (Wisunee), Robert Johnson Aceto (Carol), Albert Johnson (Cindy), Karen Brown, Lynda Mullings (Daniel), Roxanne Lilly (Dana), Kristina Qualls (Lee), Albert Gammons, Valerie Brown (Paul), grandchildren; Daralyn Johnson, Birgetta Johnson, Maximus Johnson, Cristle Lynn Wilson (Eric), Robert Johnson, Emily Hollingsworth (Alexander), Mario Johnson, James Albrikes (Lydia), Casey Albrikes, Jessica Lonergan, Tiffany Lee (Sam), Rabecca Pineiro (Kevin), Alexander Mullings, Sidney Mullings, Jacob Lilly, Carson Lilly, great grandchildren; Erin Wilson, Jack Lee, Adalae Lee, Brendon Qualls, Bryson Qualls, Brantley Qualls, Joslyn Gammons, Chandler Gammons, Irelynd Gammons, Ivy Gammons, Killian Brown and beloved dog Silo.
Linda loved Jehovah, so donations to the worldwide work Instead of flowers would be appreciated. Go to www.donate.jw.org.
Memorial service will be held July 2nd, 2022 at 2pm
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses
201 Witt Rd.
Little Elm, Texas 75068
We look forward to seeing you again….