Gregory (Greg) Bell
November 28 1960 - August 19 2016 - Age 55

Gregory Lee Bell, 55

Gregory “Greg” Bell, 55, of Springfield, Ohio, passed away Friday, August 19th, 2016

An unofficial memorial service will be held Snyder Park for friends and family to gather and pay their final respects Sunday August 28th, 2016 3 pm followed by a balloon release

Greg was born in Springfield, Ohio November 28, 1960 his mother passed away a few months later do to complications of childbirth. As a result he was raised by his grandmother Estella Metcalf. Greg was an only child. He attended Springfield North High school in Springfield, Oh. He spent most of his life working in factories throughout Springfield and surrounding areas. The majority of his life was spent enjoying his passion of fishing. He was an avid fisher and was very well none around town and especially by lake property owners. I’m sure there are more than a few people who could share a ton of pleasant and not so pleasant fishing stories, such as PUNCHING and DUMPING the owner at the Lake in the water (I know he is getting a good laugh as I type this). So many people could share stories about our dad, He was a strong, loving and brave father who will always be loved and missed forever and dearly.

He is proceeded in death by Estella Metcalf, Uncle Jock Metcalf.

Greg is survived by his 3 daughters LaToyoa Monroe GA, Marissa January and Sheila Moore, OH, His two sons Anthoniey M. Clark and Stephen McMahon of Ohio, 19 grandchildren; K’Vaughn Monroe, Corey Monroe Jr., Jashawn Monroe, Kamari Monroe of GA; Maurice A. McMahon, of OH; Anthoniey Mack Clark Jr., Saniya Dream Clark, Mekhi Anthoniey Clark of OH; Breon Moore, Jalonte Moore, Aerion Moore, Jeremy January Jr., Jamia January, Janeen January, Jakyra January, JaeMari January of OH, Javion Moore, Michael Hutchins Jr., Ma’Khlya Hutchins,of OH. As well as more than abundance of friends and loved ones. Rest in Peace Dad, We love you

Springfield, OH (current)
Springfield, OH (birthplace)

There are not yet any condolences for this obituary.

Be the first

I am sorry your life was so short...but I know your at the fishing hole catching all the big ones with your friends. Love you forever