Keith Bell Obituary – It is with the deepest sadness and shock that we have to report that Keith Bell went to be with the Lord.
We found out about the recent death of Keith Bell Today. This was made known to us through the tributes posted on social media platforms by friends and family.
If you don’t mind receive our most profound sympathy during this period.
According to a source, On January 7, 1945 his ship was hit by what he believed to be a torpedo. It sank in about 15 minutes. 28 men were killed and 3 wounded. Keith was one of the wounded and had been listed as missing in action. He was a Purple Heart recipient. Keith was honorably discharged on May 5, 1946 and returned to Idaho where he resumed his work as a machinist at the railroad.
Keith Bell is survived by his little brother, Thomas O. Bell (Moscow), his son and daughter-in-law, Steven and Janet Bell (Pocatello), daughter and son-in-law, David and Debbie Rice (Pocatello), 5 grandchildren, Jason and Amy Rice, Jodi Cutler, Jill and Derek Eddie, Jarrod and Natalie Bell, Joshua and Natalie Rice, and 14 great-grandchildren.
Praise the life of the deceased, leave a benevolent word for him. Companions, Family and Friends and family has spilled out their lament and sympathy to respect the passing ceaselessly of the expired.