Chris Bell was born on Jan. 1, 1985, in Shawnee. He left this earth on June 8, 2018, in Tuttle at the age of 33.
Chris Bell was born on Jan. 1, 1985, in Shawnee.
He left this earth on June 8, 2018, in Tuttle at the age of 33.
He spent most of his life in Tuttle, where he graduated from Tuttle High School in 2004.
Chris was fearless and full of life. His family was most important to him and they could never leave without an “I love you” from Chris. He always put everyone before himself and would drop whatever he was doing the second he felt like someone needed something, regardless of who they were to him. Chris had an undying loyalty to his family and friends that could not be altered by anything, and his smile was so big and bright it could light up an entire room. His happy and loving personality was contagious to all those who were with him. He had a great talent for building things and loved to talk about his work. He loved sports, fishing, being with his friends and family, and most of all he loved bragging on his pride and joy, Braxton. They made wonderful memories together through fishing, building projects, video games, superhero movies, and so much more.
Chris is survived by his almost 8-year-old son Braxton of Mustang, parents David and Lori Campbell of Tuttle, siblings Miranda Taulbee of Tuttle, Michael Campbell and wife Kaitlin of Stillwater, and Allyson Campbell of Stillwater, nieces Madison Patkowski, Whitley Taulbee, and Tinnie Taulbee of Tuttle and Emalie Campbell of Stillwater, grandparents Joseph and Audrey Bell of Shawnee and Nellie Campbell of Tuttle, aunt Joetta Bell of Shawnee, and cousins Jenea Heilaman and fiancé Sheb Boyd, Kaitlynne Heilaman, and Hunter Boyd of Shawnee. He is also survived by numerous other dear family and friends.
He is preceded in death by his grandpa Roy Campbell of Tuttle.
Services for Chris will be held Friday, June 15, at 10 a.m. at Heritage Family Church in Tuttle. Interment will follow at Fairview Cemetery in Tuttle under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home, Tuttle.
The family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Braxton Memorial Fund at First National Bank in Tuttle.