Robert Bell

12/27/1946 – 05/08/2021


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Robert Bell

Robert (Bob) Bell passed away peacefully at the EvergreenHealth Hospice Care Center in Kirkland, Washington on May 8, 2021 after a two-year battle with cancer. He was born December 27, 1946 in Raymond, Washington to Leonard and Verna (Faille) Bell. He moved to Spokane as a small child and graduated Mead High School in 1965 and Eastern Washington University.

Bob is survived by his wife, Jan, of Woodinville and his son, Darren, daughter-in-law, Erica and grandsons, Dylan and Austin of Snohomish. He is also survived by his sister, Pat Bates, and nieces Robyn Huetter Jahnke (Jim), Trisha Thoen (Tom) and Heather Lynn (Lennon Makue).

Bob had a successful career in the metal industry retiring from Ryerson ten years ago. He was an avid golfer and member of Inglewood Golf Club where he served as vice president in 2013 and president in 2014. Aside from golf, Bob had a wonderful group of friends that he shared many wonderful memories with.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to EvergreenHealth Hospice Care Center in Kirkland, Washington.

Bob will forever be remembered and loved deeply. A celebration of life will be held at a future date.

3 Responses to “Robert Bell”

  • larry hartvigson says:

    Bob was the most caring and generous person I have ever known. He never complained throughout his ordeal. Just kept fighting, and maintained his humor to the end. I miss you my friend.

  • Paul Haack says:

    We will miss Bob at the golf course, for sure. A round with Bob was always fun, and the drink afterwards just as good.

    Our profound sympathy to his family, and we know Bob will be remembered for the terrific guy he was.

  • Denny says:

    What a most enjoyable man to hang out with…

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