Laura Pearl graduated from Emma Sansom High School in 1975. After graduation she pursued a degree in nursing. She spent her years working to help others in the health care field. She worked in this field for more than forty-five years.
One of Laura Pearl’s most important loves was for her God Jehovah. This love for her heavenly father moved her to dedicate her life to Jehovah as a youth. She symbolized her
dedication through water baptism on July 10, 1970 in Macon, Georgia. Before and after her dedication, she regularly shared what she learned from the Bible with others. She was especially determined to help her children come to know and serve Jehovah.
Laura Pearl had a gentle smile and warm heart. She was mild tempered, generous, loving, and humble. She was known for her polite and kind spirit and was “always a lady.” She would never turn down anyone in need. Even when she was on her sickbed, she wanted to make sure that thank you cards were sent to everyone who called or visited her.
She loved to cook and was known to be excellent at it. She especially enjoyed cooking for her family, particularly her grandchildren. She always wanted to know what they wanted to eat, and she would have it ready when they arrived. She loved the pleasure of seeing them satisfied with her cuisine. Laura Pearl had other interests as well, such as travelling, music,
and gardening. Her favorite flower was roses, and she surrounded her home with beautiful rose bushes.
Laura Pearl also enjoyed the occasional opportunity for personal pampering, getting her nails and hair done with girlfriends. There is no person, place, or thing that will ever replace Laura Pearl Morris Bell.
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