Diane C. Bell

Diane C. Bell, 69, a resident of Greendale Health and Rehabili-tation Center, died Wednesday morning, Oct. 25, 2006 at St. Nicholas Hos-pital.

Diane was born June 21, 1937 in Sauk-ville to Myron and Adell (Rad-ke) Fellenz.

On July 8, 1953 Diane and Robert C. Bell were united in marriage in Rockfield, and lived in Jackson.

For many years Diane and Bob were employed at Mercury Marine Corp. in Cedarburg. Following Bobís retirement in 1977 they purchased the Thunder Mt. Valley Inn in Crivitz, which they operated for nine years.

They then moved to Sheboygan Falls to be closer to family.

Bob preceded Diane in death on November 21, 1987.

Diane was a member of Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church.

She loved any kind of flowers, gardening and the outdoors. She also enjoyed taking care of many different kinds of animals over the years.

Diane enjoyed a close relationship with her grandchildren and lovingly helped in taking care of them.

Diane is survived by three daughters, Robbin (Tom) Kessler of West Bend, Linda Bell of Plymouth and Julie (Scott) Krueger of Sheboygan Falls; nine grandchildren, Kristy (Mike) Lance of Jackson, Tammy (Joey) Elliot and Lee Kessler, both of West Bend, Zach (Amy) Walters of Milwaukee, Jason (Sue) Lein-felder of Elkhorn, Robert Lein-felder of Plymouth, Ashley, Nicholas and Brandon Krueger of Sheboygan Falls; six great-grandchildren; a stepsister, Patti (Tony) Antonia of Oostburg; and other relatives and friends.

In addition to her parents and husband, Diane was preceded in death by three infant children, Deborah, Richard and Jacquelyn; one brother, Bud Fellenz; and one sister, Vernette.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, Oct. 28, at 4 p.m. at Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2132 N. 27th St., Sheboy-gan.

Rev. Timothy P. Kuske, pastor, will officiate, and burial will take place in Our Saviorís United Church of Christ Cemetery in Germantown.

A time of visitation and support will be held from 2 p.m. until the time of service.

A memorial fund has been established in Dianeís name.

Ballhorn Chapels, Sheboygan, is assisting the family.

E-mail condolences to support@ballhornchapels.com

Diane will always be remembered for her strength and determination throughout her life.