Elizabeth Bell Minter

November 3, 1925 - January 15, 2014

11/03/1925 - 01/15/2014

Elizabeth Bell Minter

Chesapeake – Elizabeth Bell Minter, 88, died at her residence. Ms. Minter was born in Chester, PA on November 3, 1925 to the late William Ernest Bell and Myrtie Casey Bell. Ms. Minter faithfully attended Gateway Free Will Baptist Church. A NOB Commissary supervisor, she retired after 27 years of service. She loved her family dearly and her quiet, gentle grace touched everyone’s heart. She was predeceased by her husband, Frank B. Minter, Sr. and siblings Ernestine Long and George Bell of Wilmington, NC.

Left to cherish her memory are: her sons, Frank B. Minter, Jr. and wife Sue of Franklin, TN, Johnnie W. Minter and wife Joan of Port Charlotte, FL and Michael D. Minter and wife Pam of Chesapeake; siblings, Anna Lee Clack of Clinton, NC, Evelyn Wooten of Morehead City, NC and Emma Gray Strickland and husband Rudolph of Columbia, SC and sister-in-law Faye Bell of Wilmington, NC; grandchildren, Amy Reid and husband Jeff of NY, NY, Tonja Langis of Franklin, TN, Angela Minter of Virginia Beach, Casie Neppl and husband Marc of Portsmouth, Ashley Minter of Norfolk, Chad Minter and wife Courtney of Gastonia, NC, Corey Minter and wife Rachel of Pleasantview, TN and Brittany Alvarez and husband Diego of Franklin, TN; great-grandchildren, Lyndsey Langis, Nathan Reid, Ava Franco, Leland Alvarez, Claire Minter and Raegan Minter; and many nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly.

The family will receive friends at Gateway Baptist Church on Monday from 10:30am until 12:30pm with funeral service immediately following. Internment will take place at Rosewood Memorial Park at 2pm. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions in Ms. Minter’s name to the Gateway Free Will Baptist Church Missionary Fund. Condolences may be expressed to the family altmeyer.com.

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Andy Black
7 years ago

Bucky and family,

I’m sorry to hear of your mother’s passing, but happy to read that she had such a fulfilling life.

Karen Stewart
7 years ago

I have such lovely memories of Aunt Libb. My family lived around the corner from her when I was growing up. She was such a sweet and gentle person. I have thought about her often even though I did not get to see her much after we moved. The whole Minter family is in my prayers.

Trudy and Marshall
7 years ago

Johnny, Joan, and Family,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you celebrate Mrs. Minter’s life and mourn her passing. God Bless!