David R. Mitchell
David R. Mitchell CLEVELAND, OH - David R. Mitchell 66, of Cleveland Ohio, departed this life on October 21, 2020, at University Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio. He was a 1971 graduate of Bonds Wilson High School, North Charleston, SC and a 1975 graduate of Wilberforce University, Wilberforce Ohio. He served diligently as an active servant of the Lord as a Trustee at the Central Bible Baptist Church, Cleveland, Ohio. He retired from the Kmart Corporation. He was the manager of the City of Cleveland Cemeteries. He was a life member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity INC. The bereaved family includes his wife, Rhonda, his children his Mother Mrs. Georgianna Mitchell, North Charleston SC: 6 sisters, 5 brothers and a host of in-laws, cousins, nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be held at 12 o'clock on Friday November 6, 2020 at Fellowship Church of God, 24821 Columbus Road, Bedford, Ohio 44146. Visit our guestbook at www.legacy.com/obituaries/ charleston
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Published by Charleston Post & Courier from Oct. 27 to Oct. 28, 2020.
Memorial service
Fellowship Church of God
24821 Columbus Road, Bedford, Ohio
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May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Annette R Hubbard
November 21, 2020
Dear Rhonda and family, please know that your Kempton family is holding you up in prayer. I will always be grateful to you and David for looking in on Mr. Mitchell during his declining years. David was always so patient, respectful and kind.

Please remember " That you never really lose the one's you love, they only go before, where there is everlasting love and sorrow is no more."

Peace Be With You, Gladys Mitchell McMickens

Gladys Mitchell McMickens
November 6, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Laulita Hamilton Horton
November 6, 2020
It was truly a Honor and Pleasure to work with David Mitchell for so many years. My deepest Condolences to the entire family.
Clarence CLARK
November 5, 2020
Words cannot express the love that I have for you Dad. God Blessed me with the BEST DAD a girl could ask for. You introduced me to the Lord at a young age and the importance of God's word and promises. For that and all that you have done I want to say "Thank you" and I am forever grateful. You always called me your angel and now you are mine. I can hear you say "Kizzie, your Daddy more gooder now" and Dad I know you are. I always came to when my heart and spirit was overwhelmed and heavy you gave me verses like Psalms 61 and 91 to read and gave me my many Dad pep talks. I'm going to miss our talks , laughs, good times and good food. I'm going to miss you singing to me when I'm under the weather or when when I call you, you always sang to me. I will continue to look to the Lord, and you my Dad and now my angel. I love and miss you dearly Dad...Forever your Kizzie/Baby Girl (Kimyata D. Marshall)
Kimyata Marshall
November 3, 2020
Condolence out to dave family he will be very so much missed he was my boss over twenty years but after a few years we became family because we talked about more than the job we talked about life always remember him he gave me a name"BIG WALLY"thanks dave you will be missed.
Waldron Clark
October 31, 2020
Such A shock to hear that you passed away. Rest in Paradise my cousin. We loved you but God loves you best.
Michael & Shirley Richards
October 29, 2020
My Grandmother lost her son, my mother her brother, My father his brother in- law, My husband, children and I Our Uncle David. He was a gentleman & A Scholar a God fearing, kind hearted, hard working man who served his church & community, loved his wife and his entire family for all of the days of his life. He will forever be missed... I can still hear him call out for Me “Hey Dee Dee.” Until we meet again in Heaven Uncle David. We All love you, yet We know that God loves you Best
Mr. Robert & Tradene Thompson
October 28, 2020
To Rhonda, and the Family,
David will be sorely missed. He has definitely been more than a brother in law to me since I met him years ago. There’s not enough paper or time for me to describe the attributes that David possessed, but I will say that he had not only showed me love as a friend, sister in law, etc., he showed the love of Christ whenever I talked with him. He had a level of integrity that’s not easily found these days. Rhonda, I pray that your heart will have peace in knowing that David’s living will not be in vain. Bless you my sister.
October 28, 2020
May God bless you Uncle David ..
and our family, in this time of sorrow. We know you are in a better place. In Gods hands you are now. No more sorrow or pain.
Elaine Scipio Fishburne
October 28, 2020
I worked with David in the Woodland Cemetery Foundation. Loved to here him sing especially the Star Spangled Banner. Also we shared our love of. Almighty God and his son. To David's family , friends and co-workers I lift him up to God's embrace and pray for his family. He really will be missed.
Jerry Young
October 28, 2020
To Rhonda &The Mitchell Family,

My soul aches for the loss of an "Unsung Hero". Only our heavenly father can bring peace and understanding to our hearts. I loved my brother dearly and he is greatly missed. May God bring comfort to all of us. David R., you were such a leader. A man of integrity. A man that knew what it meant to be a son, a husband, a brother, an Uncle, a friend. You started out as my brother-in-law but I ended up with another brother. Thanks for loving my sister unconditionally. I love you forever.

October 27, 2020