Rodney Mitchell was born January 17, 1955 in Muscatine, Iowa to Marguerite and Bill Mitchell. Rodney was the 4th child of his siblings. Rodney surrendered his life to the most high God in 2017 to the House of Jacob Church, Brother Daniel Ashford presiding.
Rodney Mitchell departed his life May 18, 2020 at 10:05PM at his home in Springfield, IL. Rodney had his Mother Marguerite and Father Bill Mitchell; Brothers, Robert Mitchell, Jack E. White Jr.; and his niece Rachel Carson who preceded him in death.
Rodney leaves to cherish his memories a loving wife, Elizabeth D. Mitchell; two brothers, Curtis Mitchell, and Willie Mitchell (Barbara); five sisters, Janet Cooper (Eric), Velma Smith (Ray), Linda Cox (Lawrence), Erma Scott (Stuart), and Kermevia White; 5 brother-in-laws, John (Penny), Joseph, David (Angela), Timothy, and Maurice (Samara); four sister-in-laws, Elsie Jackson, Rosemary Harper, Veronda Wright, and Mildred Liggins (Ray); and a sister from another Mr., Ethel Monroe; 4 daughters, Felisha Mitchell, Yocomma Jones, Latara Jones, and step-daughter, Shanta Clay; two sons, Mario Jones and step-son Montrell Dillion; 8 Grandchildren, and a Host of Family and Friends.
Cremation services are being accorded and a Celebration of Life will be held at later time.
Poem: Dear Brother Your Memory Will Never Fade
My dear Brother now that you are gone
You’re no longer here to share
The bond we had together –
A bond of love and care.
Yet, somehow something tells me
You are watching over me –
Now that from Worldly cares
You finally are free.
I miss you so very much,
And my tears I cannot hide
Yet, within my heart, I feel
You are always by my side.
Ever since you went away
Life has never been the same
Yet, it comforts me to know
That one day we’ll meet again.
I will feel this way till the end of my time. You and I, one hell of a chemistry. Rodney I know the things in life were not perfect, but when it came to you, you were all that and more bae. My life is incomplete without you Rodney. In my heart baby, together forever. You not only captured my heart, you touched my soul.
You and I Rodney- From your loving wife Liz (babe)
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