John Mitchell

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February 11, 1939 - February 19, 2015

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 from 10-11 a.m., Central College Presbyterian Church

Service

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 11 a.m., Central College Presbyterian Church

Burial

Blendon Central Cemetery

MITCHELL


John Thomas Mitchell, 76, died peacefully February 19, 2015, at Prairie Elder Care, Overland Park, KS, after a long illness. On February 11, 1939, Tom was born in Findlay, Ohio, the son of the late Tom L. Mitchell and Stella (Laws) Mitchell. Tom, a graduate of Worthington High School and Ohio University, was a systems analyst at Western Electric, Columbus, OH, and Cummins Diesel Engine Company, Columbus, IN, and was President of Northeast Arkansas Data Processing in Paragould, AR. During the late 70’s he joined his parents in managing Snug Harbor RV Park and Marina, Marblehead, OH. Tom enjoyed flying, traveling, fishing and bringing laughter into peoples’ lives. His “one-liners” will live on by his family and friends. He was a life time member of The United Methodist Church. Tom is survived by his wife, Diana (Smith) Lenexa, KS, two daughters, Julie (Stuart) Cupp, Overland Park, KS, Jill (Terry) Jamieson, Ozark, MO; five grandchildren, Matthew, Decater, IL, Jessica (Colton), Ozark, MO, Andra, Overland Park, KS, Aaron, Springfield, MO, Madison, Ozark, MO; one great-grandson, Bo; and sister, JoAnne (Robert) Hall, Bradenton, FL. Visitation will be held Tuesday, March 3, 2015 from 10-11 a.m., followed by a memorial service at 11:00, at Central College Presbyterian Church, 975 South Sunbury Road, Westerville, OH 43081, Pastor Malcolm Davis, officiating. A luncheon will be served at the church following burial at Blendon Central Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Prairie Elder Care, 15354 Quivera Road, Overland Park, KS 66221. Condolences at morelandfuneralhome.com.



Condolences

Becky Weymer - Feb 28, 2015

Diana, Julie, Jill, & families, Please know that you are in my thoughts & prayers. The world has lost a great man but they can never take away all the wonderful memories of the years we had at Snug Harbor. With love & warm wishes-Becky.

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