Clifford Dwight Sowell, 1978~2018
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Clifford Dwight Sowell, 1978~2018
Clifford Dwight Sowell, 1978~2018
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Cliff was born to Darla Jean Eddy and Michial Dwaine Sowell on September 21, 1978 in Moab, Utah. He passed away on July 1, 2018.

Cliff met his wife Kami Sommer in 1997. They had two children, Damion Michael Sowell and Madison Lyndsie Sowell. He later had a son Alyas Bell and a step daughter, Astraya Bell with Randi Bell.

Cliff loved the outdoors and enjoyed his job at Ultimate UTV. Snowboarding with his children and spending time with his friends was always a favorite pastime.

He was a free spirit with a kind heart. He never met a stranger that he didn’t turn into a friend.

He is survived by a brother, Michial Dwaine Sowell, Jr. (Seritta) of Vernal, Utah, a step brother, Kyle Holter of Moab, Utah, step sisters, Tracy Nettik (Johnny) of Rocky Ford, Colorado and Brooke Martin (James) of San Diego, California, step mother, Sherilyn Sowell of Moab, Utah, and Gary and Teresa Eddy, (Uncle and Aunt) of Moab, Utah, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Darla Jean Eddy and Michial Dwaine Sowell, a brother Cleve Sowell, his sister Kelly Sowell, step brother Kevin Holter and by grandparents, Dwight and Peggy Morill and Ted and Recie Sowell. There will be a celebration of life held at a later date. The viewing will take place on Wednesday, July 4, from 6 - 8 p.m. at Spanish Valley Mortuary

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