I had the great privilege of knowing Mr. Mitchell. Although I met him in 1971, it wasn’t until later in his life that we became close. We played gin on the computer at 4pm sharp. He ran circles around me but would always say I won all the games. He made me laugh every single day. He was the most thoughtful, selfless, caring and generous person I ever met. He was also the toughest and the sweetest. He insisted on taking care of himself as long as he could and would say he wanted to “hoe his own row”. He loved the Lord and preached to me when he felt I needed it. He has given me direction and purpose in my life. I will think of him everyday and thank the Good Lord for his unconditional love and example.
Praising God for his life!!!!!
Sharon Tedford Walker