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George Mitchell

George Humphrey Mitchell

October 17th, 1931 - February 27th, 2021
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MITCHELL, George Humphrey

Passed away peacefully in the presence of his beloved daughter Tammy and his cherished Grandson and best friend Bryson Mitchell in the early morning of Saturday February 27, 2021. George was 89 years of age, leaving a legacy of many stories and laughter. He is predeceased by Olga and his daughter Debbie. Left to mourn are his children Michael, Danny (Sharron), Tammy (Jim). Grandchildren Tyler, Bryson and his wife Emily, Jesse and all his other grandchildren. Fondly remembered by his long-time friend and neighbor Melissa Cameron. Sadly, missed by his furry companion peewee and his fur-grandchildren Coco, Lily, Leo and Bailey. George was a Veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, Member of The Royal Canadian Legion branch #24 and a proud Teamster member. He drove truck for many years, achieving a five-million-mile safe driving award. In honoring George’s’ s wishes cremation has taken place. Memorial donations to Lincoln County Humane Society would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Considerate Cremation & Burial Services, 26 Nihan Drive, St. Catharines (between Lake Street & Scott Street), 289-362-1144. Online condolences may be made at
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Ron Chassie

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With loving memories of "George Mitchell", a true Legionnaire.
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Ron Chassie

Posted at 11:33am
Sincere condolences to George's family. I sure enjoyed his company at The Legion, sharing jokes and conversation over a few bubblies. We have missed him over the past while and as a committed and active member of our branch, proudly participating in parades and helping bid farewell to fellow members at Legion Services, he is sorely missed. I wish we could accord him the same honour, but of course the virus precludes the opportunity. Rest in peace, comrade.
Ron Chassie, Sgt-at-Arms, RCL Br.24

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