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Harold Grant Bell
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Harold Grant Bell died on February 28, 2018 at Skagit Valley Hospital. He was born to Walter and Catherine Bell in Regina, Saskatchewan on September 27, 1928, and the family moved to Skagit Valley in 1932. Harold thence graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1946 and the University of Maryland, in 1954. Once retired, Harold returned to live in Mount Vernon, and on October 5, 2002, he and Ellen Christene Edson married in Leavenworth, WA. Harold outlived his wife by 2 years. A son, Gregory, born of a previous marriage predeceased Harold. Harold’s body has been offered to the University of Washington Medical School with the hope they may learn something useful. Thereafter, any remains will be incinerated and placed in The Veterans Section of the Mount Vernon Cemetery under the Care of the Kern Funeral Home. A celebration of Harold’s life will be held at His Place Community Church on Tuesday, March 6th at 11:00AM, 1480 S Burlington Blvd, Burlington, WA. It is suggested that donations in remembrance may be made to the University of Maryland Medical Alumni Association, 522 West Lombard St, Baltimore, MD, 21201-1627, or to Harold’s favorite charity, The American Leprosy Mission, 1 Alm Way, Greenville, SC, 29601.

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Memorial Service




11:00 AM
His Place Church

1480 S. Burlington Blvd.
Burlington, WA 98233

Military Honors presented by Army Washington National Guard.

Cemetery Details


Mount Vernon Cemetery

1200 E Fir Street
Mount Vernon, Washington 98273

Memorial Contribution

American Leprosy Mission

1 Alm Way
Greenville, SC 29601

University of Maryland Medical Alumni Association

522 West Lombard St,
Baltimore, MD 21201-1627

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