Traci Bell

Obituary of Traci Anne Bell

A tribute to her mother, by Mary Joy Bell...

Traci Ann, age 56, tragically passed the 26th of November due to an unexpected fall in Oregon that led to a severe brain injury. Traci was born in 1965 on December 6th. Jayne Robinson and Richard Estrella were proud parents of Traci and her step dad Bruce Robinson loved her as his own. She was a big sister to her beloved siblings Mark, Kaydee , Ellie ,Diana and Annie. Traci was an excellent student and captain of her cheerleading team. She graduated from Deer Valley High School and went on to earn her bachelors degree in education at ASU. She had a deep compassion for kids, and was an unforgettable 2nd grade teacher for 17 years, she wanted to pursue this love with a family of her own. Traci and her husband Rick Bell adopted two beautiful “Princesses”, Mary Joy Bell and Anna Grace Bell. These girls were Tracis world and she never stopped proving that. She never missed out on a performance or event and they could 100% count on her for anything and everything. She truly brought light into these girls lives. Although Traci and Rick amicably separated, They never failed to provide support and unconditional love for there daughters. Later on Traci met her “Hot Sexy Man” Cory Fountain. They were inseparable and showed each other the love they both deserved. Through many shared passions, They decided to start a karaoke business, were Traci made lifelong friendships. Traci had a beuatiful voice and always Lisa, Melinda, and Retta were the greatest best friends Traci could ask for. Through the good times, and the bad times, They always had each-others backs. Traci was truly beautiful inside and out. Her heart of gold touched countless amounts of people throughout her life. meeting/knowing a women like her was an honor.

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