In Memory

Erin Bell (Young)

Erin Bell (Young)

 

Erin Bell Young, age 41, passed away December 21, 2003 at her home in Lodi, CA. She was born October 4, 1962 in Provo to R. DerMont and Linda Besner Bell.

Erin grew up in Provo, graduated from Timpview High School, and attended B.Y.U. Her notable administrative skills led to broad experience in the business world as a program administrator, editor, and executive assistant.

She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was a very thoughtful, caring person and will be remembered for her unconditional love for family and friends. Her greatest happiness was being with her husband, her children and her family.

She is survived by her loving husband Garvin Young of Lodi, CA; children, Kylie, Stephanie, and Zachary Fleming; two stepchildren, Shalyn and Alysha Young; her parents, DerMont and Linda Bell of Provo; four brothers, Jeffrey (Karen) Bell, Highland, Christopher (Jill) Bell, Lehi, Johnathon Bell, Provo, Brandon (Audrey) Bell, Stansbury Park; one sister, Susan Bell (Chad) Fullmer, Pleasant Grove; parents-in-law Dean and Sadie Young, Mapleton; sisters-in-law Jenny Young, Elijay, GA, Charla Young, Spanish Fork, SuZan (Corey) McEwan, Spanish Fork, SuZet (Ian) Roylance, Springville; and by 28 nieces and nephews whom she loves dearly.

She was preceded in death by her Grandparents Samuel Edward and Georgie Irene Besner and a favorite cousin Dawn Anderson.

Services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 27 at the Pleasant View 4th Ward chapel, 2900 North Timpview Drive (650 East), Provo. Friends may call on Friday, December 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Wheeler Mortuary, 211 East 200 South, Springville or from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m. on Saturday, December 27 at the Pleasant View 4th Ward chapel prior to services. Interment will be in the East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery, 4800 North, 650 East, Provo.

Condolences may be sent to

the family at www.wheelermortuary.com.



 
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02/24/11 08:57 AM #2    

Tim Hilkuysen

I remember you as being the most sincere and honest person I knew during my time there. You were a beautiful person and am thankful for the times we shared double dating, movies, denny's etc. Til we meet again.

Tim Hilkhuijsen


03/17/11 02:32 PM #3    

Wyn McClurg (Daley)

Growing up next door to you and your family has lots of fond memories. Thanks for being one of the best friends of my childhood! I love you.


03/19/11 01:34 AM #4    

Sherryn Hopkinson (Ray)

Every time I drive by the house you grew up in, and that's a lot because my mom still lives in the neighborhood, I think of you...growing up together...almost 12 years of school together, church classes together etc...I know you are in a wonderful place, but, you are missed.


06/18/11 11:47 AM #5    

Jeaneen Christensen (Bingham)

10/4/62 ~ 12/21/03

 

Erin Bell Young, age 41, passed away December 21, 2003 at her home in Lodi, California.

She was born October 4, 1962 in Provo to R. DerMont and Linda Besner Bell.

Erin grew up in Provo, graduated from Timpview High School, and attended B.Y.U. Her notable administrative skills led to broad experience in the business world as a program administrator, editor, and executive assistant. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was a very thoughtful, caring person and will be remembered for her unconditional love for family and friends. Her greatest happiness was being with her husband, her children and her family.


06/20/11 01:01 PM #6    

Joslyn Petersen (Renshaw)

Erin and I met in the fourth grade. She taught me the joy of playing with Barbies! I got my first Barbie doll when I was 10 and Erin, myself, and Mary Ann Fisher wore those dolls out!

I remember her frying french fries in her kitchen, sleepovers in the basement full of giggly girls with hot pancakes in the morning. The three of us hung out together every summer.

Erin was always a beautiful girl surrounded by boys. I lost track of her after her first marriage. On a trip to Shopko, I ran into her and her mom--here I was with 3 or 4 kids of my own with a tummy tire and messy hair--and Erin was wearing short shorts and a cute t-shirt looking like a supermodel. I am happy for her to be able to overcome a bad marriage, have a great career, enjoy a happy family life, and still be herself.

I was very sorry at her passing and very sorry for her brothers and sister and parents and husband who I know miss her badly.


06/20/11 01:02 PM #7    

Joslyn Petersen (Renshaw)

Erin and I met in the fourth grade. She taught me the joy of playing with Barbies! I got my first Barbie doll when I was 10 and Erin, myself, and Mary Ann Fisher wore those dolls out!

I remember her frying french fries in her kitchen, sleepovers in the basement full of giggly girls with hot pancakes in the morning. The three of us hung out together every summer.

Erin was always a beautiful girl surrounded by boys. I lost track of her after her first marriage. On a trip to Shopko, I ran into her and her mom--here I was with 3 or 4 kids of my own with a tummy tire and messy hair--and Erin was wearing short shorts and a cute t-shirt looking like a supermodel. I am happy for her to be able to overcome a bad marriage, have a great career, enjoy a happy family life, and still be herself.

I was very sorry at her passing and very sorry for her brothers and sister and parents and husband who I know miss her badly.

Joslyn Petersen


06/24/11 01:14 PM #8    

Phyllis Galan (Nielsen)

I remember how beautiful Erin was!!  Who couldn't be a little jealous of her for that!  So sweet too!!  I remember her from freshman days at BYU also and ran into her one day at the gym several years after that, I was so happy she remembered me!  We talked and caught up for a while and even then I was struck by her beauty!  You are very missed Erin!


06/26/11 11:24 PM #9    

Joyce Rupper (Wright-Johnson)

I used to talk with Erin in the BYU Woman's locker room, after classes.  She had one class, and I had another.  The last I remember of her, she was excited because she was looking forward to her marriage.  She was really beautiful.  She was sweet, and I am sorry that she is no longer with us.

 


06/30/11 12:37 PM #10    

Betsy Brackner

I remember 1st and 2nd grade in the same class w/Erin, then we moved to Alabama and returned at Jr High time. There were Church get togethers and sleep overs and LOADS of laughter!! I'll never forget one time when the tight jeans were the big deal and Erin telling me she had to have her Dad use the pliers to pull up her zipper that morning before school because the jeans must have gotten dried too tight in the clothes drier or something!! She was hilarious! Finding out she's gone is tragic and I have no doubt her loss is a HUGE one to many, many people.


08/09/11 12:21 PM #11    

Chris Duckett

I remember how sweet and kind Erin was. She always was smiling and friendly to me. The world is less without people like Erin!

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