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Syble Clement Mitchell

June 15, 1940 — October 6, 2020

Mrs. Syble C. Mitchell, age 80, of Pearson, Ga. passed away, Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at home following an extended illness. 

 

A native of Atkinson County, Mrs. Mitchell was born June 15, l940, daughter of Bernie and Louella Lewis Clement. She was a homemaker who loved to crochet, cook, make candy, and bake cakes. She loved Blue Grass Music and going to Blue Grass Festivals. In addition, she enjoyed the Pig Jig which was held twice a year on the family farm.  She was a longtime member of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Roland Lloyd Mitchell, two sisters, Lucille Broussard, and Bernadette Norigenna.

 

Survivors include:

Son: Rev. Roland Lewis “Buddy” Mitchell and wife Becky of Pearson, Ga.

 

Daughter:  Kizzie Patricio and husband Richard of Hiram, Ga.

 

4 Grandchildren:  Alishia Carter, Alexis Patricio, April Reynolds, and Amanda Simmons

 

Several nieces, nephews, and other relatives also survive.

  

Funeral services for Mrs. Mitchell were held, Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 11:00 A.M. at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Roland “Buddy” Mitchell and Rev. Michael Bennett officiating. Special music included “In His Arms I’m Not Afraid” and “Gone Home” rendered by the Sweetwater Creek Singers. “The Things I Learn from Mom and Dad” was rendered by Rev. Roland “Buddy” Mitchell with Sweetwater Creek accompanying. Prelude and Postlude music was by Sweetwater Creek. The interment followed in the Antioch Cemetery.

 

Serving as active pallbearers were: James Gore, Hardy Summerlin, Shawn Odum, Ronald Gene Taft, Lee Pittman, and Joaquin Torres.

 

Relihan Funeral Home in Pearson, Ga. was in charge of the arrangements.

 

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