Kenneth Edward Bell, aged 56, died Monday, May 16th in his home in Sublette, Kansas. He was born September 20, 1965 to Patricia Kilduff and Donald Bell. He is survived by his daughter Athena Bell and his two grandchildren, Hayden and Teddy Yendrzeski, of New Berlin, WI, his son Roman Bell of Sublette, Kansas, his mother Patricia KIlduff of Somerville, Texas and his sister, Cathy Ricks, of Portland, Oregon.\n\nHe attended highschool in Tempe, Arizona and joined the military when he turned 18. During his time in the military, he traveled the world. Upon returning home, he spent a few years working at a mechanics shop, where he developed his love for working on and detailing cars. Always wanting something more, he decided to attend a community college in Fairfield, CA and began to pursue his education. He went on to earn his B.A. at the University of California-Davis. Wanting to experience east coast academia, he ultimately earned his Masters and PHD in Psychology at the University of New Hampshire. He found a passion for teaching and spent the next decade as a college professor, teaching Psychology, as well as, helping to publish several textbooks and papers in the field. Because of his extensive background in research and publishing, he took a job as the Editor of the Haskell County Chief when the opportunity arose. \n\nEveryone who knew Ken, knew he loved music, movies and detailing cars. Ken was also very proud of his children, Athena and Roman, and couldn't have been happier with how they both turned out. His sense of humor and love for his country will live on through his children and grandchildren. A small service was held for his family and a Veteran's service will be planned for a later date.\n\nCremation services were entrusted to Weeks Family Family Funeral Home and Crematory. \nTo send flowers to the family of Dr. Kenneth Bell, please visit our Heartfelt Sympathies Store.