Ed Bell is a farmer from Hagerstown, Indiana. He is a family man, speaker, disability consultant, and farmer. Ed grew up on the family farm, graduated Purdue University’s Short course, and returned to his farm to pursue his dreams. In 1982 at the age of twenty-one Ed survived a violent criminal attack and sustained a gunshot wound, which left him permanently, paralyzed.
Adversity has not been a stranger to Ed. Adversity continues to be a regular visitor to the Bell family, including a fire that destroyed their old log home in 1995. Ed Bell has endured fiery trials of life that could have left him broken, but instead have made him stronger.
Ed Bell is a farmer at heart. He enjoys working on the family farm raising strawberries. He also enjoys cultivating people by sowing the optimistic seeds of hope, humor, faith, and perseverance as he speaks to audiences across the nation. Bell’s speeches are harvested from real life experiences. Ed has overcome many storms and now uses his experiences to encourage others.
Ed has won many awards for his conquering attitude. He has been featured in national magazines, and TV programs. Ed has brought his homespun style of optimism to conferences and seminars across the nation. He has spoken to hundreds of groups since 1990.
Ed Bell can motivate and inspire your conference, seminar, business, school, church, and family. Ed can teach your group how to cultivate adversity with the tools of joy, laughter, faith, and optimism in order to harvest a crop of encouragement, contentment, and integrity.
Ed Bell will also be joining us to speak at the 2013 LPIN Convention. Make sure that you get your tickets to see Bell and many other amazing speakers.
For Scheduling and investment please contact:
16447 State Road 38
Hagerstown, IN 47346
765 489 5753
765 489 6136 Fax – Relay 711
The Libertarian Party is America, and Indiana’s, third largest political party, founded in 1971 as an alternative to the two main political parties. Its vision is for a world in which all individuals can freely exercise the natural right of sole dominion over their own lives, liberty and property by building a political party that elects Libertarians to public office, and moving public policy in a libertarian direction.
The Libertarian Party of Indiana was formed in 1974, and has maintained ballot access since 1994.