Lee Nora Bell of Woodbine passed away at VITAS Inpatient Hospice of Stockbridge on March 20, 2016.
Lee Nora was born on Feb. 12, 1937, in Kingsland. She was the only daughter of the late Annie Mae Armstrong-Fulwood and Overlee Wright.
Lee Nora was educated in the public schools of Camden County and graduated from Ralph Bunche High School in Woodbine. She later graduated cum laude from Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Fla., with a Bachelor of Arts degree in early childhood education. She worked at Thiokol Chemical Corporation as a licensed practical nurse and as a dedicated elementary school teacher for 30 years in Jacksonville and Atlanta.
Lee Nora was also a gifted musician and played the piano for several church choirs in the Camden County area for many years before moving to Atlanta.
She leaves to cherish her memories four children, George Bell (Selina) of Kingsland, Cyrus Bell of Atlanta, Blanche Nixon (Bobby) of Smyrna and Dr. Mack Bullard (DeShawn) of McDonough; nine grandchildren, George III, LaDarrell, Alexandra, Cyrus Jr., Tyrus, Javon, Sade, Malik and Dominique; a great-grandchild, Darion; brothers, Romero Wright (Ella) of Kingsland, Jerry Wright of Philadelphia, Dominique Williams of Fort Riley, Kan.; sisters, Phyllis Wright of Philadelphia, Eldora Jones of North Carolina and Gail Wright of Brunswick; and a host of loving relatives and friends.
Homegoing services will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 26, at First African Missionary Baptist Church, 495 N. Lee Street in Kingsland. The family will receive family and friends following the services in the fellowship hall of First African Missionary Baptist Church.
Sunset Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.