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David L. Mitchell
June 7, 1952   -   March 27, 2007

Obituary posted by : Jacqueline F. Mitchell ,  Wife   
Person Description
David Mitchell was born in Greenboro, South Carolina on June 7, 1952. He attended Northwestern High School where he majored in electronics.

David accepted Christ into his life as his personal Savior on February 21, 2005. He enjoyed going to church and getting to know the Lord.

Later he married Joyce Mitchell and from this union David Mitchell, Jr and Crystal Mitchell was born. Joyce Mitchell preceeded him in death.

He was employed at Enterprise Automotives for 15 years until his death.He was a devoted employee who was loved by everyone he worked with.

On March 25, 2005, he remarried to Jacqueline Mitchell and from this union he had three step children, Mario, Lakeisha (Webster), and Christina. One stepdaughter, Andrea (Wilson).

David was a loving husband. He was adored by many friends and family members. He loved to sing charoke, eat Chinese food, and watch movies and videos.

He lives to cherish his memory, loving and devoted wife, Jacqueline (Mitchell); one daugher, Crystal (Mitchell) and one son David Jr. (Nisha); Three brothers, Willie (Edna) of North Carolina; Henry (Joyce) of Detroit and Robert Mitchell (from Germany); one sister, Rose (Mitchell)of Detroit; five grandchildren, Remy, Omar, Brendan, Micah and Miracle (all of Detroit); One Aunt, Mattie (Dobine) of Detroit; one favorite cousin, Virgil (Latefia) of Detroit; one spiritual son Leonard of Detroit and a host of other friends and family.
Service Information
Renaissance Baptist Church
1045 E. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 922-7287
Wednesday, April 3, 2007 at 11:00am

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