Carolyn Sue Mitchell
September 17, 1944 – June 17, 2018
Carolyn Sue (Suzy) Kyser Mitchell, 73 of Channelview, TX. Born on September 17, 1944 in Austin, Tx, received her heavenly reward on Sunday, June 17, 2018.
Suzy was a spirited handful of sarcasm. She was always full of humor and wit. If she wasn't cooking, sewing or reading, she was driving someone somewhere. She loved dancing and wanted to travel the world. She enjoyed time with her grandchildren and talking on the phone. Suzy enjoyed her final years involved in bingo, painting and ensuring that the staff of the arboretum earned their keep.
She was proceeded in death by her parents Virgil and Edna; son Travis II and husband Travis.
She is survived by daughters Daysun and husband Joe, Stacy and husband Gerard and Tracy and husband Clinton; grandchildren Jock and wife Chantal, Hayden, Jonathan, Hannah, Coby, Gillian and Grant; great grandchildren Atticus and Ansel; Siblings Tom, Nancy and husband Bill and Jeff and wife Connie, As well as numerous other family members and friends.
Flowers are welcome or donations can be made to American Cancer Society or The Arboretum of Winnie.
A memorial service will be held in her honor on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 12pm, Earthman Funeral Home, 3919 Garth Rd., Baytown, TX.
- Celebration of Life Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Carolyn Sue Mitchell
Yolanda Tameyoza Ramirez
June 25, 2018
I'm deeply sorry for your loss. Our Heavenly Father understands your feelings. He promises that you will see her again very soon! Acts 24:15, John 5:28,29. She will also be in perfect health Revelation 21:1-5.
June 18, 2018
My precious sister Suzy was one of a kind! She was so spirited and fun, and was always there for me, no questions asked. We took dance lessons together as kids, and Suzy was such a great dancer. She was selfless and generous, denying herself so she could provide to someone in need. Suzy and Travis were very helpful to me when I was a single mom, and they both took care of Sunshine like she was their own. She was an awesome cook as well! I will miss you, Suzy, but I know you were ready to go home to Travis and little Travis. Rest well, my beloved sister!