Ola Bell Vincent

Ola Bell Vincent

<p>Mrs. Ola Bell (Cook) Vincent was born July 15, 1934 in Talladega County, Alabama, to the union of the late Sina Cook and the late Para Lee Brownfield Cook.&nbsp;</p> <p>At an early age, Mrs. Vincent joined Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church and remained a faithful member until death. She served actively as the adult Sunday School teacher, Mission President and a faithful choir member until her health declined.&nbsp;</p> <p>Mrs. Vincent attended R.R. Moton High School.&nbsp;</p> <p>Mrs. Ola Bell Cook Vincent and the late Lonzo Vincent were united in Holy Matrimony and to their union ten children were born.&nbsp;</p> <p>She was preceded in death by her husband, Lonzo Vincent, one daughter, Virginia Godfrey, one sister, Mary Lee Bennett, six brothers, Mr. J.T. Cook, Frank Cook, Willie Cook, B.T. Cook, Noble Lee Cook, and Frazier Cook; three grandchildren, Tanya Moon, Jonathan Moon, and Lionel Vincent.&nbsp;</p> <p>On Wednesday, September 9, 2020, Mrs. Vincent departed this walk of life at her residence in Sycamore, AL.&nbsp;</p> <p>She leaves to cherish her loving memories, five daughters, Catherine (Thomas) Gulley of Warrensville Heights, OH; Mary (William) Cook, Daisy (Larry) Moon both of Sylacauga, AL; Stella Vincent, and Darlene (Robert) Nicks both of Sycamore, AL; six sons, David Ray (Joyce) Cook, Lonnie James (Angela) Vincent, Freddie (Carmita) Vincent, Ozie (April) Vincent all of Sycamore, AL; George (Tymeka) Vincent of Alpine, AL; and Marvin Leon (Randese) Vincent of Summersville, SC; one sister, Addie Cook of Sylacauga, AL; one brother in law, Paul Vincent of Anniston, AL; one sister in law, Essie Cook of Alpine, AL; twenty two grandchildren, twenty nine great grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.</p>
July 15, 1934 - September 9, 202007/15/193409/09/2020
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Mrs. Ola Bell (Cook) Vincent was born July 15, 1934 in Talladega County, Alabama, to the union of the late Sina Cook and the late Para Lee Brownfield Cook. 

At an early age, Mrs. Vincent joined Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church and remained a faithful member until death. She served actively as the adult Sunday School teacher, Mission President and a faithful choir member until her health declined. 

Mrs. Vincent attended R.R. Moton High School. 

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13
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Sunday, September 13 2020
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14
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