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February 29, 2024


George Mickey Mitchell

August 20, 1947 - February 27, 2024

George Mickey Mitchell,  aged 76, was born in Crossroads, Mississippi on August 20, 1947. He passed away February 27, 2024, at East Jefferson Hospital, Metairie, LA. He was a 1965 graduate of Bogalusa High School., He proudly served his country during the Vietnam Conflict where he was assigned to a mobile construction battalion. He then returned home to complete a bachelor’s degree in business at Southeastern Louisiana University. After graduation he began a long, fulfilling career in the health care industry.

Mickey is survived by a large family that he loved dearly. During his marriage to Bonnie Collins Mitchell he was blessed with three children. His son: William (Bo) Mitchell; two daughters: Jennifer (Tracey) Temples and Missy (Todd) Cardella. In later years, he was fortunate to have had a step-son Forest (Whitney) Walker during his marriage to Traciye Walker. He has eight grandchildren: Tyler Scott, Taylor (Karley) Scott, Chandler (Kassidy) Scott, Mason Mitchell, Kirsten Mitchell, Jack Cardella, Elliot Cardella, Eve Mitchell and Bonus grandchildren Hannah Temples, Haleigh Temples, and Cale Temples. He had three great grandchildren: Camille Scott, Hudson Scott and Palmer Scott. He is survived by two sisters: Delores (Ray) Clayton, Patricia Grosche; and two brothers Greg (Denise) Mitchell and Jeff (Anissa) Mitchell; one sister-in-law: Carol Mitchell. He has numerous nieces and nephews.

Mickey was preceded in death by his mother and father: W.E. “Red” Mitchell and Julia Seal Mitchell; two brothers; Butch Mitchell and Ronnie Mitchell; brother-in-law George Grosche and Sister in law Paula Mitchell.

Mickey celebrated life and wished to carry that into his final arrangements. Though incomplete at this time, there will be celebrations of his life at home and in Orange Beach, Alabama at a later date to include all those family and friends he loved so dearly.

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