OBITUARY

Brent Nathaniel Bell-Olson

July 7, 1992April 24, 2019
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Brent Nathaniel Bell, 26 years old, of Colorado Springs, CO, passed away on April 24th, 2019. He graduated from Pinnacle Charter High School. Brent worked as a mechanic at Phil Long Ford. He had a passion for cars and motorcycles. He loved animals and hanging out with family and friends. Brent enjoyed listening to music, playing video games, riding his motorcycle and working out.

Brent is survived by his Mother, April R. Bell (Armando De Herrera); Grandmother and Step-Grandfather; Sister, Two Nieces, Four Aunts, Four Uncles, Seven Cousins, and One Great-Cousin.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, May 4, 2019

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Zach Pierce

May 6, 2019

Brent was an amazing friend. He was the one that trained me in the automotive business. He was patient with me while working with me as I was just out of high school. he taught me everything I know. He was hard on me occasionally cause I didn’t get things right away. But he worked with me and made me the technician I am today. Without him in my life I wouldn’t be doing what I am doing and for that I am forever grateful that he was apart of my life

Chloe Conner

May 5, 2019

When I was really little, my family and I were at my nana's house for summer vacation. She had these old beanie babies that I was playing with down stairs. One of them had a spider egg sac. And all of these tiny baby spiders were crawling all over me. I was freaking out so Brent came running down and started swatting them all off of me. I'll never forget that. Anytime we would visit I'd always want to be around Brent, whether it was watching cartoons or playing video games, or just hanging out with him. I just wanted to be around him. He was more like a brother to me than a cousin. I'll miss him always.

Catina Conner

May 5, 2019

I remember Brent calling me aunt Teeny all the time. When he came to Utah and stayed with me for two weeks, he went and baled hay. His eyes swelled up and he was so miserable. But he fell asleep after I gave him some allergy medication. He would always tease me, right before I left to got back home from visiting him in Colorado. He looked up at me and said. "Aunt Teeny, you're fat." I said. "I know, but that's not very nice to say." My mom asked him. "Why did you say that. He said. "I don't want my Aunt Teeny to leave." He said it because he was a little boy and he wanted me to understand that his feelings were hurt because he was hurt that I was leaving. No matter where he is I'll always love him.

Destanie Moore

May 2, 2019

Brent was the most loving guy I have ever met. He was always there for me, even when we weren't on the best terms. If I ever struggled with something, he made sure he was there to help. He was also the one who taught me how to drive a stick, which was the most enjoyable time of my life. Rest easy, Brent! You will always be missed <3

Joseph Jackson

May 2, 2019

What a great guy. A kind heart gone too soon. Brent was one of many that even if you had no one to hang out with he would jump out of bed just to be there. He would always come out to car meets with my wife and i quite a bit and always share jokes and laughter for hours. He was a definite one of a kind friend thats for sure. Now you are at rest my friend. No you can watch over the ones you love and care for the most. He will always be in our hearts.

Tony Farinaro

May 2, 2019

Brent was an easy going fun loving guy.I enjoyed the many conversations we had.As a mechanic of 40+ years when I would see him struggle with something I would offer my help and teach him a better way to accomplish the task.He was always willing to learn,thats what made him different.He truly cared about doing the job to the best of his ability.This is a rare quality in todays youth.Brent was well liked by all who knew him and will truly be missed.Rest in peace my brother and ride with the angels.Tony Farinaro Operations Manager Phil Long Ford of Chapel Hills

MARY BROST

May 1, 2019

What a smile! What a sweet man. So sad to hear of this news. I looked forward to seeing Brent whenever he came by the office. He always had a fun story and great energy ... but that SMIILE!! His LAUGH!! Oh, I will miss him. Mary

Sharon Bush

April 30, 2019

Brent was loved greatly by his family; his aunt Carrie shared many good things about this young man as he grew up. Such a handsome young man gone way too soon. Blessings to you Brent and may you rest in peace.

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