Dorothy Ann Kasinger was born to George and Lottie Kasinger on December 2, 1939, in Clovis, NM and died at UMC hospital in Lubbock, TX, on December 25, 2020.Dorothy spent her youth in Earth, TX attending Springlake-Earth schools and going to the local Church of Christ. She was very musically talented on the steel guitar and piano, playing her steel guitar all over West Texas and competing in numerous talent competitions, many of which she won.Dorothy married Edward Bell, “Ed,” as he was known, on August 29, 1957, at her parents’ home in Earth, TX. To this union of love was born a son, Eddie Don, and two daughters, Carmen Michelle and Cherry Fawn.The family moved to Lubbock in late 1967. After several jobs in the Lubbock area, Dorothy and Ed opened their business, North Frankford Storage Zone, in 1994. They were very proud of that business and their family continues to operate it today.Dorothy became one of Jehovah’s Witnesses in 1974. She loved Jehovah and her kids more than anything.Ed preceded Dorothy in death in 2012, and she spent many years missing him dearly. She lived the last years of her life in an assisted living center in Lubbock before contracting Covid-19.Dorothy was a loving wife to Ed, as well as a good mother to her kids, and that love extended to the rest of her family. She is survived by three children – Eddie Bell & wife Shirley, Michelle Crumley & husband Rick C, both of Lubbock, and Cherry Bell Queener & husband Rick Q of Farwell, TX, as well as five grandchildren – Jennifer Bell Meadows, Julie Bell Sneed, Marcus Crumley and Becca Crumley all of Lubbock and Michael Crumley of Hollywood, CA. She leaves behind three great-grandchildren – Rylan Meadows, Carter Meadows and Jamey Sneed, all of Lubbock.Her family will miss her for the rest of their lives. Dorothy will be laid to rest next to her beloved Ed at Lubbock Cemetery. Due to Covid concerns, the family held a small private service on January 2, 2021, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. You are encouraged to sign her virtual guestbook and share memories and expressions of sympathy on this page.