Tanner Bagwell

Tanner L. Bagwell

Wednesday, August 22nd, 1973 - Saturday, October 31st, 2020
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Tanner L. Bagwell, loving husband, dad, uncle, son, brother, cousin, nephew, and friend, went home to be with his Father in Heaven on October 31, 2020. He departed this life peacefully with his loving wife and parents by his side after a month-long illness.

Tanner was born on August 22, 1973 to Robert & Nellie May (Hutchins) Bagwell. He is the sixth in a family of eight children and is deeply loved by his parents, siblings, and all who came to know him. He will be greatly missed. Tanner had a wonderful childhood working with his Dad, Mom, and brothers on the family farm and ranch, going on mountain adventures with his cousins, and enjoying friends while attending school in Manassa and at Centauri. Tanner had a wonderful personality and was always making people laugh. Tanner served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Mexico – Mexico City South Mission, leaving the same day as his birthday-buddy and close cousin, Clinton Huffaker. After his mission he attended and graduated from Adams State College.

Tanner was married and sealed in the Denver Colorado Temple to the love of his life, Jessie Jarvies, on March 17, 1998. God blessed their lives with three wonderful children, Reanna, Logan, and Conner. They became his best help on the family farm, he taught them well. He dearly loves his children and loved teasing them. Whether it was working together on the farm, going to the mountains, or just going for a drive, they found joy in just being together.

Tanner was highly active in his church and community. He served in many callings, including being Bishop of Manassa First Ward. He was a great man and enjoyed each calling he had, knowing it was service to his fellow men and to his Savior Jesus Christ.

Tanner is survived by his wife and children, his parents, and his mother-in-law, Ann Jarvies (Ron) Hartman. He is also survived by his siblings by birth and marriage: Anthony (JoAnn) Bagwell, Cindy (Brian) Jackson, Wendy (Larry) Helms, Natalie (Alan) Taylor, Leslie (Brian) Bechaver, Tyson (Brenda) Bagwell, Brandon (Michelle) Bagwell, Kirk (Shannon) Jarvies, Clinton Jarvies, Mitchell (Kristi) Jarvies, Natalie (Jim) Paine, Callie (Dave) Jensen, Rachel (Glenn) Barr, Andrew (Amber) Jarvies, April (Adam) Robins, and Donald (Ashley) Jarvies. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, cousins, and extended family. Tanner was preceded in death by his father-in-law, Bruce Jarvies, and by his grandparents, LaVere and Dola (White) Bagwell, Troy and Winona (Schofield) Hutchins.

Graveside services for Tanner L. Bagwell will be held on Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at the Manassa Cemetery.

Tanner has dearly loved his wife and children, Bagwell and Jarvies families, huge extended family, farm and ranch, his home, his cattle and dog, his ward, and community. Many will miss great conversations with Tanner, his kindness, incredible laugh, strong opinions, quick wit, and great sense of humor. Tanner’s strong testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ was reflected in all that he did. “I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7.

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Service Details

  • Service

    Thursday, November 5th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Thursday, November 5th, 2020 11:00am
    Manassa Cemetery
    County Road M
    Manassa, Colorado 81101
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Bishop Joel Anderson
    President Kirk Jarvies
  • Interment

    Thursday, November 5th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Thursday, November 5th, 2020 11:00am
    Manassa - Romeo Cemetery
    County Road M
    Manassa, Colorado 81141
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Susan Hammer

Posted at 05:31pm
I saw him as a gentle giant of quiet strength!! He loved fun, family, friends, & truth. One could feel in his presence that he was God's son--so special. I have only good memories of Tanner.
Susan Hammer

Brielle Hansen

Posted at 09:07pm
The Bagwell family was such a precious part of my time serving as a missionary in Manassa- all of my memories are warm and feel like home. I'll never forget when your family took me and my companion out in the snow to see cow calve - piling us all in the car and teaching us all about something so foreign to me. When we shared lessons, Brother Bagwell was always intently listening and always shared such sweet examples on the topic- my faith grew because of his, and because of your family. Moreover, when I was in a strange place to me, your family reminded me that home is anywhere love is, anywhere kindness is. I will always remember him as the man who shared testimony, and who taught his children to run out in the snow and help the sister missionaries load wood, or his daughter to be a true friend and excellent listener.

Chris Blinzinger

Posted at 05:53pm
What a great example of a true disciple of Jesus Christ. Always a smile and genuine kindness. Blessings to your wife Jesse and children. I admire you Tanner. God Bless You.

Brian Coleman

Posted at 05:45pm
I am so sorry to hear of Tanner’s passing. My thoughts and prayers for your family.

Lynn and Rebecca Coleman

Posted at 03:51pm
We are so sorry for your loss. We didn't know him personally, but my kids spoke very highly of Tanner.

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