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Tiny

May 13, 1933 – July 20, 2018

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"We Love you Mother and Grandma You are forever in our hearts. "
— Vicki and Paul Rawluszki and Family

Obituary for Tiny

Justina "Tina" A. Wall Bell , 85, of Solvay, passed away on July 20, 2018, surrounded by her family. She was born in Indianapolis, Indiana to William and Ollie Jeanette (Sedan) Fernandez on May 13, 1933. She attended and graduated from Homer High School . Her biggest accomplishment , aside from being a mom and grandmother, was graduating from Bryant & Stratton College in 1983. She held many hats over the years, including being a professional gift wrapper, a crimp operator at Picos Cable Co., waitress at MiMI's in Fulton and a switch board operator at St. Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse. Tina will most be remembered as the smiling face at the Westcott and Manlius cinemas. Tina volunteered at a Senior Center on Oak St, where she met her 2nd husband, Angelo, who predeceased her. Tina was also Den mother for the Cub Scouts for many years.
Loving mother of Vicki (Paul) Rawluszki, Deborah Ingersoll, Sarah (Tom) Roberts , Carrie (Rafael) Castillo, Jerry Fellers, Russell Milan Percival, Janet Madison, and Carol Trumble. Proud grandmother of April (Paul), Michelle (Tom), Joel, Holly (Joe), Katie (Richard), Travis (Melinda), Jeremiah (Nancy), Amanda, Kristina (Jessie), Dahtzeel, Skyler, Danielle, Melissa (Bill), Sharon, Scott, Marcie (Derrel), Brandy, John (Theresa), and Michael. Fond great grandmother of 34, Great great grandmother of 16, and Sister of Benny C. Reeves.
Per Tina's request, there will be no formal services. She donated her body to the Anatomical Gift Program at Upstate Medical University. Tina chose to leave this earthly world as she lived in it, helping others and spreading love to everyone she knew.