Craig Marshall Bell, Esq.

May 9, 1952 - October 4, 2020
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Craig Marshall Bell, Esq., age 68 years, of Lambertville, NJ, died on Sunday, October 4, 2020 at Hunterdon Medical Center, Raritan Township, NJ. To know Craig was to love Craig. He was born on Mother’s Day in 1952 at Reading Hospital, the third child of Richard and Serta Bell. Craig was born with achondroplasia, theContinue Reading

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Mary E koppels left a message on December 12, 2021:
I knew the Bell family in Eagles mere for many years. Please accept my sincere condolences. Sincerely, Mary E koppels
John M Roberts left a message on May 3, 2021:
The Peddie years. I met Craig at Peddie School and we became good friends in 1968. Craig was an eager energetic person who was fun to be around, whether playing touch football, building sets for Mr. Holcombe, our drama teacher, or just sharing thoughts. You always knew where you stood with Craig and he was not shy! We also enjoyed being in Jerry Wooding's Ornithology class and going to Brigantine and Hawk Mountain. I especially enjoyed seeing Craig at Class reunions, the last one being in 2015, our 45th! Craig is sorely missed, a True North friend. My sincere condolences to his family and friends., John M. Roberts
Geoff Stoudt left a message on October 20, 2020:
Hearing of my cousin Craig's passing was a shock but also brought forth a flood of fond memories of good times from many years ago.Craig was so exhuberant,so fool of life and blessed with a fine mind.I remember times on the farm in Bechtlesville and up at Eagles Mere.He used to love setting off fireworks on the front lawn of Shady Lawn and screamed at our grandfather as it seemed certain that Paw Paw would blow himself up.The last time I was with him we were fishing from my rowboat on Eagles Mere Lake and I remember him whooping it up as we landed a big Rainbow.That is a memory I will hang onto.My deepest condolences to the whole family.Fondly,Geoff Stoudt
Nancy Ingram left a message on October 16, 2020:
I’m so sorry to hear if Craig’s passing. I worked with Craig at Sanofi. He was a character and kept up on our toes! Prayers to your family.
Cindy Door left a message on October 11, 2020:
Dear Sue, Martha and Marshall, A light has gone out with the passing of Craig. Always , fun, upbeat and matter of fact. I will always remember Craig that way and laughs we all shared on and off the baseball field. Sue I’m sending the tightest hug I can to you , and Martha and Marshall love to you both. Cindy and Tom Door
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Linda Roemer left a message on October 11, 2020:
Dear Sue & Family, My sincere condolences. From my first day in Lambert’s Hill, Craig was there offering a hand. I got to know him from my frequent dog walks, and he always had a smile and a cheerful word. I send a virtual hug. May he Rest In Peace.
Kerry Boyle left a message on October 10, 2020:
A beautiful chronology of his life! My best wishes are continually with you and the "kids."
Debbie and Jim Rinehardt left a message on October 9, 2020:
Jim and I are so very sorry about Craig. Our memories of the parties in Tullamore are epic. Craig was always the life of the party. We always enjoyed the football games the guys played after the Bears games in the Park and patching the guys up. I remember running across the street for bandaids during the game. The after parties were fun then too! We have such wonderful memories of Craig and you! I am holding ALL of you close to my heart and am so sorry that during this pandemic and because it has been handled so poorly by Trump, you all are unable to send Craig off in the manner he deserves, I am heart broken. God Bless your entire family!!
Lois Grieshober left a message on October 9, 2020:
Dear Bell Family, I am so saddened to hear of Craig's passing. Though I did not really know him I used to see him often at Paoli Presbyterian Church. My heart just goes out to you all and especially Marshall. He certainly lived a full life. Those two grandbabies must have just been the life of his life. Know that he is in the loving arms of our dear Lord now. He will always be with you. Just look inside yourselves and you will find him there. With my deepest sympathy and love, Lois Grieshober
Elycia Lerman left a message on October 9, 2020:
May Craig's memory forever be for a blessing.
Jerry & Connie Lynott left a message on October 9, 2020:
You will be missed Brother Bell. We love you. PA, Jerry & Connie Lynott
Kim Spangenberg left a message on October 9, 2020:
Dear Sue, I didn’t have the pleasure of meeting Craig but I know he must have been a wonderful man because you loved him. Sending condolences to you and your family.
Robert Solomon left a message on October 8, 2020:
To the Bell Family- Our neighbors, our friends-the Bells. Whether it was sharing meals, watching the Eagles play, or watching Craig's unique form of dancing, there will always be good memories. Bob
Andrew Solomon left a message on October 8, 2020:
Craig was a great man, a great lawyer and a great friend. He was a successful assistant district attorney under Ed Rendell and would regale me with his courtroom stories. He was a wonderful husband to his wife Sue and a great father to his kids Martha and Marshall. We had the honor of sharing our beautiful grand-daughters, Elizabeth and Caroline. I along with many others will miss Craig. May he rest in peace.
Shirley Arnold left a message on October 8, 2020:
Prayers are for the family as they navigate through their grief. A celebration of life is a great opportunity to recall shared memories and his impressive accomplishments.
Karin Gruss left a message on October 8, 2020:
Safe travels Craig!
Scott & Colleen Wham left a message on October 8, 2020:
To the Bell Family, Craig (Mr. Bell) was truly an amazing guy. I have so many fond memories of Craig, and they all involve huge smiles, hilarious jokes, and me laughing my ass off. But, he also provided me with some of the best advice at crucial times in my life. I remember him encouraging me to pledge SAE at my school (which turned out to be an incredible decision), building me up when my confidence was low when I was studying for the LSAT, and helping me navigate my plan of attack for landing my first job as a lawyer. If it wasn't for his wise counsel, I wouldn't have my wife, my job, and my general happiness. I will forever be grateful for knowing Craig Bell. He was just amazing. - Scott
Mary Armstrong Shoemaker left a message on October 8, 2020:
Oh, my dear Craig, what a glorious time my sisters and brother and I had being BAD with you in Eagles Mere! Ironic that you became a lawyer, when you spent SO much time breaking the rules! You are a huge part of by best childhood memories, and getting to know Suzanne and the kids later on in Eagles Mere was a real privilege. (And watching you lead my 12-year-old son into pranks as bad as the ones you used to lead my brother on—remember the Don‘t You Dare Park Here sign?) We had a ball, Craig. Rest In Peace, old friend. Mary
Jim Rinehardt left a message on October 8, 2020:
Sue, Martha and Marshall, Debbie and I send our sympathy and love. I have nothing but fond memories of Craig during our great times together in Tullamore, what fun times at our parties, playing football all winter, rain, snow,cold. It did not matter. Yes indeed, he never let his size interfere with living life to the fullest. I still have the picture from the Halloween party where I turned myself into a dwarf and he was kissing my belly button (mouth). He was always the life of the party.
The Hair Place left a message on October 8, 2020:
To Sue and family, Our sincere condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love CAILEY ~ LESLI ?
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Ellie Devine left a message on October 8, 2020:
I will miss my brother-n-law with all my heart. Too many memories to share but the year we flipped the sailboat in Eagles Mere together and the winter we almost went “heaven bound “ off the ice drenched Worlds End Overlook do stand out. Mr. Bell was always up for an adventure. I would be remiss if I did not share the amazing friendship he had with my father John F Clough Jr. I believe dad met him in heaven with a bourbon in hand and a huge smile. Til we meet again Craigo :)
Brooks nd Maria Eden left a message on October 7, 2020:
So sorry for your loss. We send prayers and best wishes to you all. Your memory of him will be with you always. ❤️
Wright & Ford Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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