Paul Bell passed away 4/30/22

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bjames

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Your knowledge of early Cub Cadets and the Louisville Works Plant will be greatly missed. :(

Paul Bell Obituary - Louisville, KY

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I feel fortunate that I got to spend a day with him and Paul Funk and we visited with Daniel Chestnut.. Both Paul's kept us smiling and laughing through the day. His pain is now over and moved on to a better place. I hope to meet him again someday and have some more laughs! I also offer condolences to the surviving family.
 

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My sympathys to his family. It's sad so many of us that have been here for many many years will probably be joining him in the years to come.
 

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Bill, thank you for letting us know. My condolences to Paul's family.
 

John mitchell

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Paul Bell will be missed greatly! He was a wealth of knowledge on Cub Cadets. May He Rest In Peace. My condolences to his Family and his Cub Cadet Family.
Paul was a very nice man. I got invited to his house several years ago. I bought some parts for a 122 I owned at that time. I got to see the famous GRRRR Cub and the ultra low serial numbered original. A wealth of Cub information and lore. RIP SIR
 
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