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Buena Edna Bell Robinson
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Funeral services were held for Buena Edna Bell Robinson on April 1, 1993 in Rocky Mountain, North Carolina.
Buena Bell was born December 5, 1914 at Durham, Oklahoma. She grew up in that area and graduated from the Durham High School.
In 1938 she left Oklahoma to join her brother, Orville Bell, as an assistant in his medical practice.
In 1940 Buena was married to Dempsey J. Robinson.
Buena passed away March 29, 1993 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
She was buried in the Robinson family cemetery on April 1, 1993 in Nash county, North Carolina.
Survivors include her daughter, Pauline Robinson Hyman; a son-in-law Eric Hyman; two grandchildren; and numerous friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Lula Bell; her sister Pauline Bell; and two brothers, Dr. Orville Bell and Albert Bell.


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