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NASHVILLE - Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Preceded by Son, Victor Bell; Grandson, David Bell, Jr.; Parents, Robert and Elizabeth Thompson; Survived by loving sons, David (Sonja) Bell, Gregory Bell; numerous grandchildren; Siblings, George (Billie) Thompson, Bobby (Delford) Moore, Mattie Reynolds, Dorothy Woods, Harry (Tammy) Thompson; and many other relatives. Ms. Bell will repose in the Scales Chapel for viewing today from 1 till 5PM, family present 5 till 7PM. She will be conveyed to the Zion House of Prayer (1201 Joseph Avenue) for the Visitation Friday, April 20th from 12 Noon till 1PM. Funeral Rites will commence at 1PM conducted by Pastor LeRoy Hatchett, Pastor Adric Kimbough, Eulogist. Interment, Greenwood Cemetery North.

Services entrusted to SCALES FUNERAL HOME, INC., 615-329-9880

Ms. Hannah Bell
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  • Monday, April 16, 2018
    Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.
    ~ Scales Funeral Home, Inc.
  • Tuesday, April 17, 2018
    To the family, I am so sorry for for your loss. During this sad time, please take comfort in the Bible's positive message. In it, our Heavenly Father assures us of his loving support in times of grief, and he promises to end tears and death forever (Psalm 34:18 and Revelation 21:3,4). In the days to come, may these scriptures provide a measure of comfort for your family. For more comforting thoughts, please visit Take care.
    ~ Melva
  • Tuesday, April 17, 2018
    One of my second mothers was Hannah with a heart of gold.
    ~ Robert Brown   Nashville, TN
  • Monday, May 28, 2018
    I am so sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. There is a very comforting scripture found at Isaiah 25:8. It says that soon Jehovah will swallow up death forever and that he will wipe away all of the tears. So we can look forward to a time when death will be done away with forever. I hope that this scripture can bring some comfort during this time.
    ~ Kayla P
  • Monday, June 25, 2018
    I am so sorry to hear of the your loss. Death is truly an enemy. (1 Cor 15:26) However, this verse contains the hope that we all look forward to when this enemy “will be brought to nothing.” Until that time, be assured that your pain is shared by many, including God, who makes the promise to “swallow up death in victory”. (Isaiah 25:8) May this hope comfort you in your time of grief
    ~ C Williams   AR