Bell remembered as strong advocate fo...

Bell remembered as strong advocate for Barnesville

There are 3 comments on the Griffin Daily News story from Oct 10, 2007, titled Bell remembered as strong advocate for Barnesville. In it, Griffin Daily News reports that:

“Some people would probably shoot you down right there”

Dewaine Bell, the first black mayor of Barnesville, died Saturday morning at Spalding Regional Medical Center. via Griffin Daily News

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RONI

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#1 Oct 20, 2007
MR. BELL WAS A GREAT MAN AND A GREAT MAYOR. HE WILL BE MISSED. HE LEFT SOME BIG SHOES TO BE FILLED.
DITONIA

Dublin, GA

#2 Apr 28, 2008
MR.Bell Was A great man indeed!He was a strong in all areas,I have seen MR.Bell accomplish so many tasks an so many to fill.He will be deeply missed by our black peoples in Lamar County!!

Since: May 12

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#3 May 14, 2012
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