Sally Bell

April 19, 2024

Visiting Saturday, May 11, 2024 from 2-4 PM at Cobble Hill Chapels, 171 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

For more information call Scotto Funeral Home at 718-875-2515

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Chris
2 months ago

One of the best times every Saturday getting up early and going to the farmers market and love to go to William and Sonoma outlet laughs a lot fun The most cherished times every Monday she would come to my mom’s have dinner we drink laugh always cherish those moments like everyone many stories how blessed do you have her in my life good friend sister how much she will be missed how my heart hurts

Natalie Rivera
2 months ago

RIP Ms. Bell

I remember having you as my second grade teacher in P.S. 58.
May you rest in eternal peace 🕊️ 🙏🏽❤️

Jonathan Romano
2 months ago

oh no.. i loved ms bell 🙁 she was so sweet and was actually my favorite teacher in the 2nd grade. I remember she had a cardboard cutout of a clown in the classroom at all times and she always was teaching us to be ourselves and to do fun harmless pranks on the other teachers. My condolences to her family for such a difficult loss.

Charlie
2 months ago

Sorry to hear, Ms bell was a wonderful teacher. I had her when I was growing up and going to ps.58. Condolences to her family and friends.

jean J sanchez
2 months ago
Reply to  Charlie

rip my condolences to the famliy she was my son second grade teacher in ps58

Alicia Quinones
2 months ago

She was amazing teacher but I also remember she would let us chew gum in class. She was a fun teacher and my favorite teacher

Joshua
1 month ago

Ah. Ms. Bell, she was cool…

Linda Cavicchio
1 month ago

Sally had a positive attitude and was always smiling. Ever since she started
working at PS 58, she was kind and always ready to take on any challenges…she will be missed by all who happened to cross her path!

Alec Burroughs
1 month ago

Mrs. Bell was a truly special woman. She was able to keep a joy in her teaching that many lose over time. She made learning fun and a true joy. From Tommy the cardboard student, to following the Iditarod, to bringing our class to see Harry Potter at Cobble Hill Cinema, she never ran out of ideas to keep us engaged, and I have nothing but lovely memories of her. I was in her second grade class on September 11th 2001, and still remember how she handled the discussion with a calm and cool head, at a time when there was so much chaos. As I am starting my own path to becoming a teacher, I hope that I can one day be half the teacher she was.

Keith Wynne
1 month ago

RIP Sally! You were loved by the many students whose lives you touched and changed forever. You also supported your colleagues as UFT Chapter Chair and mentored so many who came to work with you. We will miss you and remember you always. Keith Wynne

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