Maxine (Mac) Bell was born on October 6, 1942 in West Philadelphia, PA.
Maxine was a loving mother and touched the lives of so many people
who were fortunate enough to have had her touch their lives, even if it was briefly.
She was full of life and family oriented.
She was always about planning family gatherings to unite everyone.
Maxine loved being around people and anyone that was in need. She enjoyed eating, cooking, and used it as a way to unite the family.
Maxine loved the Lord and he was her Shepard.
Maxine always spoke on the importance of your salvation and dedicating your life to the Lord.
Maxine would say time is winding down and would reference the world in accordance to the bible.
Maxine worked at the Postal Office for many years and retired at the early age of 62 so she could care for her mother,
Gladys Davis and spend more time with her grandchildren.
Maxine leaves to cherish her memories two daughters Carla Sillah of Boston, MA, and Lisa Bell of Randolph, MA,
a brother Robert Davis of Boston, MA,
and four grandchildren Ashley Torregrosa, Saaran Sillah, Arrik Bell and Nikaiya Groomes all of Boston, MA,
a loving cousin Margo Gonsalves of Stoneham, MA, and her sons John and Alex Gonsalves.
Maxine also leaves a host of other relatives and friends.