Donald Belli

Obituary

Donald Belli
 
Donald Belli, of Southampton, died, Saturday, May 20, 2017.  He was 84.
He was the husband of the late Joan Belli with whom he had shared 40 years of marriage.  He was also preceded in death by his wife, Arlene Belli.
 
Born at home in Hatboro in 1932 , he was the son of the late Joseph and Edith (Blose) Belli.  He was was the youngest of ten siblings and had a twin sister.  He was a graduate of Hatboro High School and a member of the football team. 
 
He served proudly in the US Air force from 1952- 1956.  He joined the masons and served with the W.K. Bray Lodge of Hatboro.  He worked at Fisher & Porter for many years until his retirement in 1992.
 
He loved vacations at the family homes in Point Pleasant and Mystic Island New Jersey.    He enjoyed playing golf and going bowling.  He liked having picnic’s with the family.  What he cherished most in life was being a caregiver.
 
He is survived by his daughter, Judy Templeton (Don), two grandsons, Carl Templeton (Joanie) and Matt (Cher) and six grandchildren, Carly, Jenna, Chase, Lindsey, Michael and Kelli.  He was preceeded in death by his son Michael Castro and daughter Donna Belli.
 
Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing after 10 am, Friday, May 26, in Baskwill Funeral Home, 20 W. Montgomery Ave (half block west of York Rd) Hatboro, where his funeral service will be held at 11 am.  His interment service will be held privately.
 
Memorial donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice.
 
To convey your farewell messages online, please visit the funeral home’s web site listed below.
 
Baskwill Funeral Home
Hatboro, PA
www.baskwill.com
 

 
 


  Funeral Service

Friday, May 26, 10 to 11 am viewing; 11 am service

20 West Montgomery Ave., Hatboro, PA, 19040

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Joe bilotti

I will always remember Don as a man with a big smile and a great sense of humor. I can picture him sitting together with the other Belli men, looking down from heaven, sharing a beer and stories. We are all better for having known him. He will definitely be missed. Goodbye Uncle Don.

 Posted May 26, 2017 - 7:28am
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ELIZABETH BELLI

I will always remember Uncle Don with a smile. He had the best jokes and was always pleasant. He was kind and had a Big Heart. Joe's buddy. Love you.

 Posted May 25, 2017 - 11:38am
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Patricia Klein

Judy and family - so sorry to hear of the loss of your Dad. He was truly a wonderful person. I remember many a time that Donna and I would sit on the back porch and talk with him. He always had us laughing. My heart goes out to you. Tricia (Maye) Klein

 Posted May 24, 2017 - 1:46pm
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Bill and Dawn Ferguson

Uncle Don was one of a kind. Such a wonderful sense of humor, such a caring spirit, such a loving brother and loving Uncle. Our memories of Uncle Don will endure the ages as we look back at so much fun and love. We love you Uncle Don. Looking forward to seeing you again as the Lord brings us into His holy presence.

 Posted May 24, 2017 - 10:03am

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