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Brianna Bell Obituary, Pennsylvania, Brianna Bell Memorial

Brianna Bell Obituary

Brianna Bell Obituary, Pennsylvania, Brianna Bell Memorial :  On Monday, July 10, 2017, Brianna Dawn Bell, who was 27 years old and lived in Irwin, passed unexpectedly under mysterious circumstances. She called the town of Irwin her home. She attended Hempfield High School and Robert Morris University before going on to get a bachelor of science degree in psychology from Robert Morris University in 2012. This accomplishment came after she finished her schooling at both institutions.

This happened after she received her degrees from both colleges. The high school soccer squad that Brianna captained to victory in the state championship was led by her great skills on the field. She went on to be named the Most Valuable Player in Women’s Soccer for the Robert Morris Colonials in the year 2011, which was her first year playing for the Colonials.

This award was given to her since she had the best overall performance during that season. She competed in a total of four different global soccer championships, all of which were held in the state of Florida. All of these competitions took place in Florida.

She was an extremely talented athlete who excelled in a variety of sports, but particularly basketball and soccer. Those were the two sports that she enjoyed the most. She was a fantastic aunt who always made sure to look out for the younger ones and keep them in her thoughts and prayers. Comcast was Brianna’s place of employment, and she remained there for some time as an employee.

She is survived by her parents, Joseph R. Bell and Cheryl (Skinner) Bell, both of Irwin; her sister, Alahna (Mike) Bell O’Brien, of Jeannette; her brothers, Joseph R. (Denise) Bell III, of Coal Center, and Vaughn, at home; her grandparents, Dolores Bell (the deceased Joseph) Bell and Peg Skinner (the deceased Herb); as well as her niece Ella and nephew Joseph

In Irwin, Pennsylvania, the WILLIAM SNYDER FUNERAL HOME INC. can be found at 521 Main Street and can be reached at the following number: 724-863-1200. On Thursday, visiting hours will be held from 2:00 to 4:00 pm and again from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

Funeral services are scheduled to take place on Friday at eleven in the morning, and Pastor Rich Phipps has been asked to preside over the event in his capacity as an officiant. The funeral service will end, and then the burial will take place in Union Cemetery immediately after the service.
You can send your sympathies to the family by leaving a message on the website of Snyder Funeral Services, which can be found at