Kristin L. Bell

Kristin Lee Bell, 31, of Vernon followed God's plan and entered into eternal rest on June 19, 2020. Kristin was born in Hartford on June 24, 1988 to Jeff (deceased in 2017) and Sabrina Bell. She was a member of the Class of 2006 at Rockville High School and went on to pursue a career in Cosmetology. Kristen loved to cook and also enjoyed a wholesome career in food service. Friendly's, Ted's Montana Grill, Johnny Rockets (where she held a management position), Chowder Pot, Adams Mill, Denny's and was most recently employed by Friday's Manchester.

 

She loved animals but her strongest affection was toward doggies and kitty cats.

Survivors beside her Mother Sabrina include her sister Amanda Bell and her partner Eric Madore, and nieces Lexi Bell and Hailey Polzun of Stafford, and Stepmother Andrea Bell. Paternal Grandmother Sr. Margaret (Marion) Bell of Orleans, MA and Maternal Grandmother Frances Brochu of Manchester. Uncle Jim Brochu and his wife, Pam of Manchester. Uncle David Bell and his wife, Tanja of Vernon. Aunt Karen Kellett and Uncle Matthew of Easton, PA. Cousins Mary Beth Hornbeck and Cynthia Cooper of Atlanta, GA area, Carra Straut and her husband Jacob of Vernon, Jennifer Rodriguez and her husband Pete of Newington, Justin Brochu and his wife Kassi of Branford, Sarah Kilburn and her husband Shawn of East Hartford, Chris Bell of Willington, as well as numerous cousins from the southern Vermont area, and an abundance of friends.

 

Calling hours for Kristin will be Saturday June 27th, from 5 to 7 at the John F. Tierney Funeral Home, 219 W Center St, Manchester, Connecticut. (Please bring a mask to wear)


Flower arrangements and contributions can be made to the John F. Tierney Funeral Home and would be gratefully appreciated. Donations can also be made to Go Fund Me: Kristin Bell Memorial Fund (https://www.gofundme.com/f/kristen-bell-memorial-fund)

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls." - Matthew 11:28-29