Steven Walter Bell

Viewing for Steven Walter Bell, 69, Lawrence Kansas, will be Friday, May 24, 2024 from 11 AM to 12 PM at Rumsey-Yost funeral home.

Mr. Bell died Thursday, May 16, 2024 at Country Side Nursing Home surrounded by his family.

He was born September 21, 1954 in Lawrence, Kansas the son of Eleanor and Georgia R. Bell. He graduated from Lawrence high school in 1972, and earned a degree in business at Johnson County Community College, he also got a bachelor’s degree in business at Pittsburgh University.

Mr. Bell never married and had only one daughter named Stephanie.

Other survivors include 4 sisters, Phyllis Bell, of Phoenix, Arizona, Gloria Miller, Claudia Bell, and Merna Bell, all of Topeka, Kansas, one brother, Norman Bell, of Lawrence, Kansas, and a lot of nephews and nieces. Graveside funeral is a private funeral and will be held at a different date.

Messages & Condolences

From Lori Pearson (Lyles)...

I am so sorry of hearing the passing of Steve. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this trying time.

From Linda K Tolbert...

To the Bell Family Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of sorrow.

From Bill Sims...

To the bell family , Norman and Deanna, Thinking of you and sending my condolences , Remembering Steve and his 64 Pontiac red GTO CONVERTIBLE , HE ASK DID I WANT TO RACE AND I DID 63 FORD FAIRLANE HE PASS LIKE I WAS SETTING STLL , HE SMILE ABOUT IT WAITING ON ME GREAT MEMORIES REST IN PEACE BRO

From Sheila R Hurst...

To the Bell family, I will keep you in my prayers. Steven was very special to me and will be missed.

From Barbara Harris...

My condolences to the family

From mark buhler...

Rest in peace Steve.

From Stan Grewing...

Hello to Steve’s family and friends. He was a neighborhood friend when we were kids. My sympathies. Unfortunately, I will not be able to get to Lawrence for the visitation. We lived at 10th and Illinois. Occasionally Steve and Deanna would stop at our house to warm up in really cold mornings when walking to school. I also delivered your newspaper for a while. 💌

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