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Kenny Bellis

Published On: Jul 23 2013 10:07:23 AM CDT
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Kenny Bellis, 71 of Boaz, WI passed away July 14, 2013 at his home. He was born June 24, 1942, the son of Herbert and Lelia (Gurney) Bellis.

Kenny is survived by his spouse Mary of Boaz, four children Robert Koestler (Nancy) of Red Wood City, CA, Scott Bellis of Lone Rock, Mike Bellis (Tiffany) of Muscoda, Lisa Opheim (Chad) of Badger, IA , and five grandchildren Dylan, Christopher, Megan, Hunter and Logan. Eight Siblings; Helen Ellenbolt of Harpers Ferry, Margie Adams of Bloomington, Diane (Sam) Ramsey of Waukon, IA, David Bellis of Waterloo, IA, Larry Bellis of Richland Center, Charlene (Tom) Wallert, Renville MN, Susie Walrod, of Muscoda and Herb Jr. (Dawn) Bellis of Lancaster.

He was proceeded in death by his parents Herbert and Leila; siblings; Allen, Gary, Linda, Donald, Robert, Sharon and Nephew Brent Bellis.

Graveside services to be held at the Little Grant Cemetery July 27 at 2pm.

The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements.

Online condolences can be made at prattfuneralservice.com.

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