- February 21, 1947 - December 21, 2016
- Fairfax, Virginia
of Webster's Passing
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I am so sorry for your loss. May Mr. Bellfield be at rest and find peace.
Posted by: Margie Marion - Alexandria, VA - Coworker Jan 09, 2017
I came to Quander Road School in 2008 as a shop teacher. Mr. Bellfield was my instructional assistant for 2 of my classes. I don't know what I would have done without his assistance in my first year teaching. Webster had a presence of confidence that glowed when he was in my room. All of a sudden everything
seemed alright and if it wasn't he made sure that he would make it right. He was always starting projects with the kids
Posted by: Mike Kelly - Alexandria, VA - Friend Jan 05, 2017
Mr. Bellfield You were the most generous, kind, caring person I know. One could always count on you without worrying. and you always did took care of the business. It was a pleasure working with you all those years. you made my job so much easier and a lot more fun. RIP my brother. I know you are going to take care my buddy Tabbs.
Posted by: Azim Anwary - Falls Church, VA - Teacher Jan 05, 2017
Mr. Bellfield, you were a great contributor to the education environment at Quander Road School. We will miss you, your humor, and your positive influence on all of our students.
Posted by: Lori Dove - Alexandria, VA - Coworker Jan 04, 2017
"A bowling ball with feet" I often heard this as I walked in the office at Quander Road school. I would chuckle because it wasn't far from the truth as he referred to a student of ours! I miss your jokes, your hearty soups and lets not forget that infamous gravy at Ke-Ke's Kitchen. What a great cook you were. You would often say "this is my last year and we just knew that you were blowing smoke." I just
Posted by: Princessa Williamson - Alexandria, VA - Coworker Jan 04, 2017
Webster Bellfield will be greatly missed. We worked together for many years. We joked how he and my husband shared the same first name; so I would always remember his. He loved his wife, children and grandchildren. He truly believed no child should go without food. The Lord has a plan for us all. May his healing hands support each and everyone of you.
Posted by: Andrea Procter - Alexandria, VA - Coworker Jan 04, 2017
My prayer is that Ellen and the family will find solace in knowing that he was loved by so many because he was an awesome person. God rest and bless his soul.
But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him. ~I Corinthians 2:9
Posted by: Elnora Rose-Martin - Alexandria, VA - Friend Jan 04, 2017
You're with God now but you are going to be missed brother-in law. My heart goes out to the entire Bellfield family.
My deepest sympathy, A. Christian
Posted by: Alice Christian - ALEXANDRIA, VA - Family Jan 03, 2017
My deepest sympathy go out to the Bellfield and Gordon Families for the loss of your brother, husband and father. Webb was a good friend and neighbor. James (Plutee) & Esther Minor.
Posted by: James Minor - Saffordt, VA Jan 03, 2017
My deepest condolences to your family during this most difficult time. May you find comfort and peace in knowing that your loved one is in God's memory because those who pass on are precious in his eyes. (Psalms 116:15)
Posted by: S A - IA Jan 03, 2017