Updated 08/10/2012 03:23 PM
Friends and Family Remember Man Killed in Crash
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Funeral services were held Friday for 39-year-old Daniel Bell, who was killed in a crash Sunday.
Bell was riding his motorcycle on 390 when he was hit by a car traveling in the wrong way on the expressway. The driver of that car also died in the crash.
A group of Bell's friends gathered for a memorial ride to his service. The ride began in Irondequoit with about 30 motorcycle riders who are part of the group "Life on Two Wheels." They say Bell loved the road. They described him as a warm-hearted man who loved his family.
"He was a stress free guy; he was very very happy and enthusiastic about riding. That's the key thing I remember. He always had a smile on his face. It could of easily been me and it could have been worse, Tiffany was almost on the back of the bike that night but she wasn't feeling well and she decided to stay home. Something like that, it just should have never happened," said Gary Piazza.
Bell is survived by his wife Tiffany, six children, and two step-children.