Ronald Bell Obituary, Death – The passing of Ronald F. Bell, a 72-year-old resident of Hunker, took place peacefully at home with his family by his side. When he passed away, he was at his house. The 14th of September, 1950 found Ron Bell being born in Brownsville. The late Arthur Bell, Sr. and Marion Shaw Bell, who were to have been his parents, passed away before he was born. After receiving his diploma from Greensburg Senior High School in 1969, he went on to pursue a career in the maintenance departments of building and equipment at Super Value. He was a member of the United States Army who served his country during the Vietnam War and was honored for his service with both the national service medal and the good conduct medal. He received both of these medals for his efforts. He was a member of a large number of clubs and organizations, some of which include the Calumet Club, the American Legion in South Greensburg, the VFW Youngwood, and the Hempfield Hunt Club. Gettysburg was a place that held a special fascination for Ron, who had a strong interest in the past and enjoyed gaining knowledge about it through his travels there. Additionally, he enjoyed going on adventures. His wife, Sherry Overly Bell, his brother Tim Bell, and his father-in-law, Walter Overly, all passed away before him, along with his children Rhonda Moore (Dale), Tracey Flynn (Bernie), Heather Rogers (Shawn), Joseph Zedek and Christopher Zedek, as well as his grandchildren Christina Gray, Kristin Alvarez (Carlos), Amanda Zedek, Tyler Moffe, Randy Moore (Megan), Jessica Tate (T Only his parents and one sibling out of his immediate family made it through his ordeal alive.