Condolences For Matthew Gavin Mitchell

December 20, 1996 - November 7, 2020

So sorry for the passing of your son Matthew. May God be with y’all and give you comfort. 🙏😔
Ronald and Frances Young


So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for the family, god bless!
Misty Cox

John: I am deeply sorry to hear of your loss. I wish that i could offer you more than mere words to make some sense out of this tragedy. Please know I will always keep you and your family in my thoughts from now on. Please accept my deepest sympathy.
Todd Everett

That was a beautiful and heartfelt narrative about Matthew and how he led his life. Rusty and I along with our church family have been praying daily for all of you. Please let us know if you need anything at all. I pray most of all that you will continue to feel that peace and that those wonderful and precious memories of him will sustain you during this extremely difficult time. With love and continued prayers, Kristy
Kristy Slate

John, Sharon, John William, and Elizabeth, This is a beautiful tribute to a wonderful sweet young man. We were shocked, saddened, and just heartbroken to hear of Matthew's unexpected passing. Our prayers for all of you are for peace and comfort in the days ahead. While it's been years since we have seen him in person (as our Mitchell side of the family has grown and spread out, we keep in touch through Wayne and Anita) we will always remember him as a sweet and loving young man. I know how much Wayne and Anita will miss his phone calls to check in. They always spoke of his calling to check in when we would ask about him. Sending love - Delana and Will
Delana Vickers

I’ve never met your son, but your words memorializing him made me wish I had. They were beautifully poignant and authentic. I think he would have appreciated them. I’m terribly sorry for your loss.
Charlie Crisp

John, I am so sorry for your loss of Matthew. He sounded very special and someone that I would have enjoyed meeting. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family during this very difficult time.
Debbie Robinson