Hardage-Giddens Riverside Funeral Home & Riverside Memorial Park
7242 Normandy Blvd, Jacksonville, FL
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Charles Mitch Mitchell
23 décembre , 1932 – 8 juin , 2019
Charles Mitch Mitchell Sr (C.M.) of Jacksonville Florida, formerly of Thomasville Georgia, passed away at his home Saturday, June 8, 2019. Born December 23, 1932, in Barney Georgia to John Thomas and Hattie Lorene Mitchell. He served as a radio operator in the US Army from April 1953 to April 1955. Mr. Mitchell retired after a long career with CSX Railroad. He enjoyed music through out his life. He worked with Curtis Gordon performing on country radio shows on WABB in Mobile Alabama and as a teenager on WMTM in Moultrie Georgia. Most recently he worked with the “Florida Steel Guitar Association” and was a member of the band “Just Us.” He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife Evelyn Bailey Mitchell. He is survived by sisters Linda Harmon of Pavo Georgia and Sylvia Clements of Boston Georgia, sons Charles (Linda) Mitchell Jr of Kinsey Alabama, Thomas (Kitty Sue) Mitchell of Dothan Alabama, Jeffrey (Grace) Mitchell of Monticello Florida, Cindy (Jerry) Mitchell White of Meigs Georgia and Anne (Kenny) Mitchell Dollison of Jacksonville Florida, numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren. Services will be held Friday June 14, 2019, with visitation at 9:00, funeral at 10:00, and graveside services following at 11:00 at Riverside Memorial Park and Funeral Home, 7242 Normandy Boulevard in Jacksonville Florida.
- Visitation vendredi, 14 juin , 2019
- Funeral Service vendredi, 14 juin , 2019
- Graveside Service vendredi, 14 juin , 2019
Charles Mitch Mitchell
13 juin , 2019
To all of the family members, I pray our Heavenly Father wraps you all up in comfort like only He can. I'm so very sorry for your loss. What a gifted, kind and gentle man. I feel so privileged – lucky - and blessed to have had Charles Mitchell for a neighbor all of those years. He was THE best neighbor and always so kind to everyone. Always made sure I had enough gas in the mower and he'd often reach over the fence and offer an ice cold A&W rootbeer with a cup afterwards and say, “don't you get too hot out here now”. I'll miss his corny jokes and his quick wit and funny birthday cards. I'll miss hearing him say “Yooozz all the time welcome.” whenever I said “thank you, CM!” Sweet memories of sitting on the back step after mowing the lawn, sipping that rootbeer to the tune of a master fiddle player and his love of country music Charles Mitchell and his music rising up through the chimney. What a memory . . . I will miss you so much Charles Mitchell.