Obituaries

George H. “Sonny” Mitchell III

October 7th, 2013

George H.  Mitchell III, fondly known as “Sonny”, age 83, of Arlington, died peacefully on October 6, 2013.  George was the dear son of the late George and Valeda (Demos) Mitchell, beloved brother of the late Lena Porter, late Louise Mercer & her husband Robert, James Mitchell & his wife Marguerite “Mickey” of Franklin, and Richard Mitchell & his companion Pam Williams of Dennis Port, brother in law of George Porter of Wilmington, loving partner of Mildred Kletjian of Arlington.  George is also survived by many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and friends. Family will be receiving people at the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington on Thursday, October 10th at 12:30 p.m. immediately followed by a Funeral Service at 1:00 p.m.  Interment with Military Honors will follow in Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington.  Memorial donations in George’s name may be made to the American Heart Association, 300 5th Ave., Suite 6, Waltham, MA  02451.  George was a U. S. Army Veteran during the Korean War.

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8 Entries in Guest Book for “George H. “Sonny” Mitchell III”

  1. Linda Reed and Family says:

    We are so sorry for your loss, Sonny was a great man. I will always remember him in the pool at Becky and Bill’s house having fun with all the kids!

  2. Elizabeth Mercer says:

    Uncle Sunny you will so missed and you were a wonderful Uncle to me and I will always remember the laughter that we had together. You are in the loving arms of the Lord and your suffering is now over and I thank God for your life. I love you your niece Elizabeth Mercer

  3. Dawn Mitchell says:

    Uncle Sonny, you are loved and dearly missed. I will always remember the times you stopped by to say “hi,” and brought donuts or your beloved apple fritters with you. You made all of us kids feel special and loved– like we were your children. I will never forget that. May you rest in peace and rise in glory!

  4. Jane and Steve Huston says:

    Thank you for being my Uncle. You brought fun to my life. My love for you is eternal. I will miss you Uncle Sonny but I know that someday I will see you again up in heaven. God bless you our Uncle Sonny.

    Love your niece Janie Mitchell Huston and Steve Huston

  5. Jim and Mickey Mitchell says:

    I’ll always remember when Sonny had lost his speech and only able to speak a few words. He would look at me with a smile on his face and twinkles in his eyes, and say “this is my brother Jimmy.” This we both will treasure forever. You will always be in our hearts. We love you brother and thank God for you. We will all meet together someday with our Lord. What a wonderful reunion!

  6. Sandi Mitchell Smith says:

    Uncle Sonny- You meant the world to me. So many of the best childhood memories have you in them. From yards sales and lobster trap tables to apple fritters, you brought such fun to our lives. Rest peacefully.
    Love your niece, Sandi

  7. Kim and Dan Ausmus says:

    Uncle Sonny has given us his everlasting smile. I will always remember when I saw him recently at his birthday party, the wink he gave me from his sparkling eyes when we saw eachother and most of all when we both said “I love you”. He was a gift to all of us and gifts of life are treasured forever.
    Lovingly your niece and husband,
    Kim and Dan Ausmus

  8. Dale R Porter Jr. says:

    Uncle Sonny…grandma, grandpa,dad, all gone. But,they are all with you now! Miss you so much and have such incredible and OH so many fun memories with you. Look forward to seeing you again soon,rather than later! Love you my uncle!!!Ps? I have two daughters now, you did not get a chance to meet…Johanna and Abigail. Dad missed them as well. Hope you three are playing cards and pool!! Bye sonny,love you.

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