Vinola Bell Sewell was born in Macon County, TN on July 7, 1931 to the late Eutra King Woodcock, and Tina Howard Woodcock. She was one of five siblings.
As a young lady, Bell was married to Charles Allen Sewell sharing forty-six years together and raising two daughters, Nancy and Susan. Bell and Charles had a wonderful life together, they enjoyed their home and loved being with their children. On December 21, 1998 the Lord called Charles home.
Besides Charles and her parents; one brother, Hollis Woodcock also preceded her in death.
Bell worked for a time as a banker, but most of her life was spent as housewife and mother. Bell had an unconditional love for her husband, children, and great-grandchildren.
She enjoyed sewing and working in her flowers, when time permitted. Bell had a great liking for antiques and enjoyed collecting them.
She was a dedicated member of White Oak Church of Christ and loved her church family.
On Wednesday, June 26, 2013, the Lord called Bell to her new home. She will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew her.
Funeral services for Vinola Bell Sewell were conducted Saturday, June 29th at 1 pm from the White Oak Church of Christ with Edward Anderson officiating. Interment followed in the Macon County Memorial Gardens.
Vinola Bell is survived by; Daughters, Nancy (Wally) Kirby of Pikeville, TN, Susan (Mike) Rogers of Lafayette, TN, Sister, Hilda Dycus of Red Boiling Springs, TN, Brother, Donald Woodcock, Sr. of Lebanon, TN, H.N. (Sue) Reid of Lafayette, TN, Grandchildren, Andy (Ginger) Kirby of Medina, TN, John (Amy) Kirby of Lebanon, TN, Jeremy (Ambre) Kirby of Cookeville, TN, Nathan Rogers of Murfreesboro, TN,
Sister-in-law, Ercie Sisco of Lafayette, TN, Margie Sewell of Colbert, GA, and four great-grandchildren also survive.