Michael Andrew Mitchell

November 4, 2021 - January 16, 2022

Michael Andrew Michell was born on November 4, 2021 and crossed over the rainbow bridge on January 16, 2022.

He was a very special little boy and in the short time he was here on earth he touched many lives. Our baby boy was one in a billion, not just by our standards, but to the medical community he was as well. He loved listening to his daddy sing Mama I‘m coming home by Ozzy Osbourne to him, and mommy sing The Riddle song to him. He would follow you with his eyes looking and watching everything you did. Michael was a joy to have and hold and loved by all who knew him. We are all devastated and heartbroken we had to say goodbye, but we knew it was the best thing we could have done. We know we will see him again someday.

He leaves behind, his Parents, Steven and Emma Mitchell, Grandparents, Lee Cheatham, Robert and Debbie Anderson and Ken Mitchell. Great grandparents, Bruce and Becky Carr, Tommy Martin and Terry McCoy. Aunts and Uncles, Heather Harjo and Justin Davis, Jennifer Martin, Sharon Tanner, Natalie Willyard and David and Teresa Cheatham. Cousins Cody Mitchell, James Phillips Jr. (JJ) and a host of other family and friends.

He is preceded in death by, his grandmother Ruth Cheatham, great grandparents Butch and Debbie Sewell and Uncle Randall Sewell Jr.

 

6 replies on “Michael Andrew Mitchell”

Lauren Hardman says:

I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet beautiful son. Their is no amount of time that is to long or short a parent could spend with their child. My heart goes out to you during this very difficult time. Sweet Michael will always be in our hearts.

Debbie Anderson says:

To Steven and Emma,
The pain and emptiness you feel right now are unimaginable for most. The love and commitment you have for Michael will go on forever and it will in time help ease the pain. He saw and felt all of the love you had for him in his short time here. Never forget that. We love you both and will always be here for you no matter what.

Love you,
Mom & Dad (Debbie & Dwight)

To Michael,
Michael, you were such a beautiful baby boy. You will always be nanny and grampy’s sweet angel. Your sweet memory will live on in us for always and you will never forgetten. We will love you forever sweet angel

Nanny & Grampy

Amy and Rick Rinner says:

It is a special person to be loved so dearly, no matter the length of time. Our hearts ache for you and those close. Warm hugs and much love to you all.
Amy and Rick

Honey and Dennis Kozey says:

Dear Emma and Steve,
There are no words! ❤️🙏🏻
Love and hugs

Roni Sewell says:

I am so sorry for your loss. Loosing a child is never easy or something you get over. You learn to live with the loss. God bless all of you. 🙏🙏🙏🙏

Esperanza says:

I am so very sorry for the loss of your precious son. The loss of a child is the greatest, most deepest anguish a person can experience in their lives. Many think the child was taken because God needed another angel but the Bible says God is love (1 John 4:16) so would a God that not only has and gives us love but even more so is love take an innocent baby or child knowing the suffering the parents and family would go through? Of course not. Would God who created everything including angels take a child because he “needed” the child? No. Even before humans were on earth God had already created in heaven angels so would he “need” one? Never. Where then are our loved ones that have passed away and is death the ending for each one? In the Bible there are a number of examples of people including children that had passed away and Jesus resurrected while here on earth. He did that as an example of what is to come very soon.
Psalm 37:29 promises, The righteous will possess the earth And they will live forever on it. That is where the greater majority of the resurrected will live as you just read, on earth forever. John 5:28, 29(a) promises to reunite us once again with our loved ones who have passed away temporarily. It reads: Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out….. Who does it say will come out and from where? As you read, it is all those in the memorial tombs that will hear his voice and come out just like Jesus had done and will do again. What does Jehovah God tell us we must do to be present for one of the greatest experiences in our lives in a paradise earth like Adam and Eve had enjoyed until they sinned? Please contact me or any Jehovah’s Witnesses in your area via email or you can go online to JW.org to ask for a free Bible study. Due to COVID the study is given online or by phone to protect everyone. It will be our pleasure to help. Again I am so very sorry for your loss.

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