Conrad J. Bell
Jan. 1, 1940 — Nov. 26, 2006
Conrad John Bell, 66, of Fairfield Glade, formerly of Webster, NY, passed away on Nov. 26, 2006 at St. Anthony’s Hospital, Warwick, NY.
Mr. Bell was born Jan. 1, 1940, in Port Huron, MI, the son of Harry C. Bell and Viola H. Buehl.
He was the husband of Mary Nemeth Bell.
Mr. Bell served with the U.S. Navy from 1958-1962. He was a senior product design engineer with Xerox Corporation in Rochester, NY, for 37 years. He was a member of the Fairfield Glade Community Church, a member of a Remote Control Sail Boat Club, was a woodworking and metal working enthusiast, an inventor and “jack of all trades.”
Survivors include his wife, Mary Bell of Fairfield Glade; daughter, Deanna Lutz of Kingston, NY; sons, John Bell of Ellenville, NY and Dean Bell and wife Hilda of Seattle, WA; stepsons, William Von der Horst and wife Erin of Warwick, NY and Peter S. Von der Horst of Vernon, NJ; stepdaughter, Lori E. Von Der Horst and husband Carl Tosten of Everett, WA; grandchildren, Craig, Erica, Antonio, Amanda V., Amanda H., Sofia, Jesse, Ryan, Maegan and Max; great-granddaughter, Araya; brother, Tim Bell of Ft. Worth, TX; and sister, Gloria Wilkens of Port Huron, MI.
Conrad J. Bell
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