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Randy Wayne Bell

Randy Wayne Bell

CASTLE DALE-Our beloved Randy Wayne Bell, age 33 of Castle Dale passed away from a sudden illness Oct. 29, 2009. He was born March 26, 1976 in Provo, Utah to Randy and LeAnn Bell. Wayne was married to Karen Amanda Whittle May 10, 2003 in the Mt. Timpanogas Temple. They have a son Brody Randy Bell. Wayne graduated from Emery High School in 1994. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and served as 1st counselor in the Sunday School Presidency in the Castle Dale Second Ward. Wayne and Karen have lived in Riverton, and recently moved to Castle Dale. Wayne worked as a painter. He was very detailed and quite a perfectionist as a painter. Most recently, Wayne worked on a front loader for the Hiawatha Mine. He enjoyed running big equipment and did so very well. Wayne has always had the "need for speed." He loved riding motorcycles and four wheelers. However, he found something he loved more. He sold his motorcycle to buy his beautiful wife a wedding ring and was now waiting for the day he could buy another motorcycle. Wayne loved camping, being with his little boy and the holidays. Wayne was an excellent father and loved playing with his 4 yr. old son Brody. He was a "big kid" at heart. He will always be loved as a great husband, father, son, brother and friend and will be dearly missed by all. He is survived by loving wife Karen and son Brody. His parents Randy and LeAnn Bell of Orangeville, grandparents George and Ann Bell of Orangeville, Dorr and Elizabeth Hanson of Huntington. Three brothers and three sisters: Beth (Dustin) Butler of Orangeville, Utah; Amberly (Jake) McQuiston of Mona, Utah; Lee (Brittany) Bell of Eagle Mountain, Utah; Tim (Cathy) Hanson of Roy, Utah Holly (R.J.) Leamaster of West Fayette, Indiana. and Bruce Bell of Orem, Utah. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews, all who loved Wayne with all their hearts.

Funeral services were held Sat. Oct. 31, 2009 at the Castle Dale Second Ward Chapel. Interment followed in the Orangeville Cemetery. Friends may make a donation to the family at the Desertview Federal Credit Union in his memory. Funeral services were provided under the care of Heritage Funeral Home of Huntington.




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