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Devin Robert Bell
Devin Robert Bell

Devin Robert Bell

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014
Issue 04, Volume 18.
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Devin Robert Bell passed away of natural causes in his sleep at his Alturas, Calif. home on November 22, 2013. He was 53.

Devin was born in Fallbrook, Calif. on March 24, 1960 to Bonnie and Chuck Bell. He was a twin and one of four children.

He loved to play sports. At Fallbrook High School, he played football and baseball, graduating in 1978. He operated his own business, Bell Drilling, a perk testing business in Southern California until relocating to Modoc County.

Devin was the loving father of one daughter, Desiree Bell, whom he raised as a single dad. He loved his family and his young grandson, Damian Bell.

His passion in life was fishing - spending many hours ocean fishing in Southern California and, after moving to Modoc, in lakes reservoirs and streams.

After Devinís twin brother Darrin passed away, a close friend from high school encouraged Devin to relocate with Desiree to Alturas where Devin became a transporter for Modoc County Health Services. He loved his job and made Alturas his home for almost 10 years.

His mother, Bonnie Bell, resides in Fallbrook; his older siblings, Doug Bell and sister Tracy Bell, live in Southern California. Devinís daughter Desiree and her son Damian live in Alturas.

Devinís father preceded him in death.



Comment Profile ImageOld Friend
Comment #1 | Friday, Jan 24, 2014 at 1:31 pm
Rest In Peace Old Friend
Comment Profile ImageDon and Mark S
Comment #2 | Wednesday, Feb 12, 2014 at 1:28 am
You and Darrin will always be remembered in our hearts, both of you brought my brother and I happiness and laughter. Both of you were always such a joy to be around as we were all growing up in the 60's. I still pass by your house and think of all the fun times we had riding bikes off the jumps and into the lake off Potter and Elder, not to mention fishing for bass. That was the good old days when Fallbrook was truly a neat town to be a kid. Those days are long gone, but the memories will always be etched in our hearts and soles........Rest in peace my friend

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