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In Loving Memory

Bell, Claud “Kim”

Claud Kimball “Kim” Bell, 79, of St. Louis, MO died Sunday, February 25, 2024 at his home surrounded by family. Kim was born in Arlington, Virginia on June 7, 1944. He was the son of the late Grace (Loder) Bell and Earl Hoyt Bell of Manlius, New York. He was the godson of his namesake, Kimball Young who was the grandson of Brigham Young and a good friend of his father.

Mr. Bell was retired from State Farm Insurance where he worked for 33 years after graduating from Kansas State University. He enjoyed photography, shooting, reloading, computers and travel. He volunteered at the MO Dept. of Conservation shooting range as a Range Safety Officer for many years. He also earned a private pilots license and enjoyed flying.

He is survived by his wife of more than 42 years Linda (Wagner) Bell; two children, Kimberly (Jeff) Davis of Draper, UT and Craig (Dana) Bell of Bartlesville, OK; four grandchildren, Jacob (Paula) Davis of Draper, UT, Annie (Scott Johnson) Davis of Bellevue, WA, Samuel (Madison Lopez) Davis of Land O’ Lakes, FL and Sydney Becks of Bartlesville, OK and two great grandchildren, Graham and Hudson Davis of Draper, UT.

Services: Memorial visitation at KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL, 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Sat. March 16, 12 noon until service at 2 p.m. Interment Private.

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3 thoughts on “Bell, Claud “Kim””

  1. Oh no! I am so very sorry to hear this. He was always so kind, funny, and supportive when I worked in Hazelwood. I moved from Chicago because I was getting married and relocating. He was such a great support and an awesome man. So very very sorry for your loss. Sending love, prayers, and hugs to everyone.

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  2. Im heartbroken. Thank you for so many wonderful memories. Meeting you and Linda at The Park Royal soon became out annual trip, and we always looked forward to finding you on the beach reading, in your usual spot. Linda ( with a Y) lol, would come down later in the morning, spoiling you as always with all the bacon you desired but, only bc you were on holidays and it was a treat. We looked forward to going to Lorenzillo’s with you two every year and it was such a treat. Sitting in our favourite spot along the rail and waiting to feed Lorenzo. All the dinner’s at Eduardo’s where we were spoiled with “special- off the menu treats” bc they adored you both. Cheers to all those wonderful times. RIP Handsome. Love you always

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