Obituary of Brandee Kathleen Bell
Brandee Kathleen Bell passed away on Monday, January 18, 2021, following a brief illness.
Born in Tacoma on June 17, 1974, Brandee graduated from Mount Tahoma High School in 1992 and earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Phoenix in 2014.
Survived by her children, Bonnie, Carlyn, and Hunter; her mother, Kathy; her brothers, Mike (Becky), Dan (Jodie), Justin (Lauren), and sister Kiffin (Van) and her long-time partner, Elvin; her aunt Debbie, and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, and we cannot forget her two best friends, Jen and Rosalee. Brandee considered her family her most precious asset.
Brandee enriched the lives of so many people during her lifetime. An ardent supporter of her kids and their various school and extra-curricular activities, Brandee devoted countless hours to organizing and fundraising and assisting at events.
Brandee’s energy and ambition showed up in her professional life as well. Brandee held a variety of jobs over the last 30 years, often working two or three jobs at a time. At the time of her death, Brandee worked for the Hogan Family, Tacoma Trophy and, at the same time, she managed a few other entrepreneurial endeavors.
Because of her involvement in the community and her outgoing nature, Brandee acquired an incredibly large circle of friends. She loved spending time with her family and friends. She was always there when you needed her, helping in whatever ways needed.
Brandee loved life. She was always shopping and NEVER passed up a good deal or clearance aisle. She loved playing the slots, hunting, fishing, and camping. She was funny, caring, thoughtful, and always told it like it was. Those privileged to know her, loved her and they will forever miss her dearly.
Due to COVID restrictions, Brandee’s family is planning a family memorial around her birthday.
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