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Waylon Verl Bell

February 14, 2023 — February 14, 2023

Waylon Verl Bell

Waylon Verl Bell, beloved son of Bryson and Kelsey Bell and brother to Bowen and Emery, was born sleeping on February 14, 2023 in Ogden, Utah. Like his date of birth, Valentine's Day, the life and memory of Waylon will always symbolize love: the loving hope of a family who prayerfully awaited his arrival, the loving arms of a Heavenly Father who welcomed Waylon home, and faith in a loving plan that provides a path for families to be together forever.

Waylon is survived by his parents, Bryson David and Kelsey Lynn Bell; siblings, Bowen Cy and Emery Lynn Bell; grandparents, Sherri N. (Buddy L.) Paden,  Robert (Janell) Goodwin, David W. (Rose) Bell and Carla R. Larsen; great-grandparents,  Jeanne W. and Gary L. Thackery,  Brent and Karin Goodwin,  Fay M. and Richard A. Miles, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

He is preceded in death by great-grandfather, Max H. Neville, great-grandmother's, Nadine J. Rasmussen and Beulah S. Bell and great-grandfather, Verl W. Bell, Waylon's namesake.

So many lives have been and will continue to be touched because of Waylon, weaving a legacy of love, hope, and faith that will forever endure.

Sunrises and sunsets are one of Heavenly Father’s most beautiful gifts. Waylon hopes that every time his mommy and daddy see one, they will know he is in heaven watching over them and waiting for their reunion.

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Funeral Service

Monday, February 27, 2023

Starts at 11:00am (Mountain time)

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 13th Ward

125 East 5350 South, Washington Terrace, UT 84405

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