Mr. Reginald A. Bell

April 29, 1975 - January 20, 2018

Mr. Reginald A. Bell

April 29, 1975 - January 20, 2018


“On Saturday January 20, 2018 in Arlington, Texas Mr. Reginald A. Bell gave his soul to the Lord and entered in to the Kingdom.”

Services will be Saturday February 3, 2018 11:00am at Greater Union Baptist Church 955 East 36th St,. North Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106. His Father Bishop Q. L. Bell,eulogist

You may visit Reginald on Thursday February 1, 2018 6:00pm til 8:00pm at New Degree Praise Center 1920 N.Kingston Pl Tulsa, Oklahoma 74115 and Friday February 2, 2018 9:00am til 8:00pm at Butler-Stumpff & Dyer Funeral Home, Crematory and Cemetery 2103 East 3rd St. Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104.

On April 29, 1975, in Tulsa, Oklahoma Maggie Jean Roberts and Q.L. Bell were blessed with a bouncing baby boy and affectionately named him, Reginald Ashley Bell known to many as “Reggie”

Reggie attended Tulsa Public Schools in Tulsa, Oklahoma attending Roger High School. Reggie was very athletic and played the position of quarterback in football but he excelled in basketball. Reggie had great passion with surrounding himself around his family and friends. As a young child, he always love to be amongst the crowd. He enjoyed life and was full of fun.

Reggie accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior. He united with Timothy Baptist Church of Tulsa, OK.

Before completing high school, Reggie acquired a good work ethic. He worked at local grocers, Burlington Coat Factory and Ultimate Electronics of Tulsa. Subsequently, he gained employment at American Airlines of Tulsa as a stock clerk. Reggie relocated to Arlington Texas in 2007 and eventually was promoted to Material Logistics Specialist. He loved his job and his American Airlines family. On August 1, 2017, Reggie celebrated 20 years of service to American Airlines and this accomplishment bought him great joy.

Reggie was blessed with two beautiful children, Keyonna Dayshawn Clayton and Jalen Bell. On November 10, 2017, Reggie welcomed his first grandchild, Ahmir Qwayne Wise.
Reggie and Derecia Anderson met in 1991 and they remained friends for over 27 years. In 2012, Derecia relocated to Arlington to give love another try and the couple have remained companions and true friends until his untimely death on January 20, 2018.

On January 20, 2018, Reggie found perfect peace as he fell asleep in the Arms of Jesus. On this day February 3, 2018, his mother’s Heavenly Birthday we celebrate and bid farewell to a precious son, brother, father and grandfather. He was preceded in death by his mother, Maggie Jean Roberts; grandparents, Butler and Velma Haskin Roberts, Hubert and LCannie Bell; uncles, Lawrence Roberts, Lonnie Roberts, Clinton Roberts; one aunt, Jessie Mae Roberts.

Left to cherish his memory his father, Bishop Q. L. “Yvonne” Bell; Bell his two children, Keyonna Dayshawn Clayton, and Jalen Bell; grandson, Ahmir Dwayne Wise; his loving companion, Derecia Anderson along with her children, Shaquila Anderson and Pamela Anderson that he loved dearly; one brother, Victor Bell, Sr.; sister-in-law, Chariah Bell, step-brother, William Carter, nephews, Victor Bell, Jr. Ja’Kori & Christian Bell; niece, Courtney Bell; uncles, Charles Roberts, Michael Bell; aunts, Velma Bluford, Jeanette Boone, Hildagard Mayo, Joann Blandon and Mary Roberts; one great-niece, Aaliaah Bell; a special sister-cousin, Demetricia “Dee-Dee” Bell and a host of other cousins and dear friends.

Burial will follow at Green Acres Memorial Gardens “When caring truly matters, DYER cares.” 918-425-5549

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17 responses to Mr. Reginald A. Bell

  1. All The Funny Memories Will Be In My Heart. You Will Be Missed Buddha

  2. My Heart Goes Out To The Family And Friends. I Send Prayers Of Peace Up For All Of You And That You Keep Your Head Up. James 1:2 ” Count It All Joy, My Brothers, When You Meet Trials Of Various Kinds,”

  3. I Had The Pleasure Of Meeting Reggie In 2015. I Relocated From Chicago And Became One Of His Stores Supervisor At Taesl. I Was Part Of The Closing Of The Base. We Talked And I Got To Know That He Had Faith And Trust In God. Reggie Now You Can Join The Heavens.

  4. Reggie Was So Great To Work With. When I Was His Crew Chief At Dwh He Was Always One Of The First To Say Good Morning And Share A Smile. That Smile!!! He Just Made You Smile When You Walked By And To Hear His Laugh When He Was So Tickled About Something. Made You Smile Wherever You Were And Could Hear It. I Will Miss Him And His Grateful Spirit. Reggie, You Were One Of A Kind And May God Continue To Bless Your Family. I Know You Are With Your Mother. Love Ya My Friend! Linda Dill

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