Condolences for Mary Kay Mitchell

Mike and Jo-Anne Hand posted on 8/19/21

We are so sorry for your loss. We hope the wonderful memories that Jim, the children and grandchildren have will help them through this most difficult time.


Herb Fogle posted on 8/19/21

I was part of the Mitchell family for 18 years and I still remember Mary Kays’ expression when Kelly and I told her the news that her first Grandchild was on the way. She did have a special warmth about her. The family has grown since then and I’m sure she shared the same happiness with each addition to the family as well as friends. Jim and family, Mary Kay with be missed by all. My family’s prayers and best wishes are with you.


The Fick’s posted on 8/19/21

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Mitchell family. Russ and I meet Jim through golf and then had the greatest pleasure of being invited to Mary Kay and Jim’s home to one of the wonderful parties Mary Kay would throw. She was always so full of smiles and made each snd everyone feel like a close friend. She loved her family and would travel as many times as needed to see her family. She will be missed by all but she will be in remembered by all


Marilyn and Mike Olimpi posted on 8/8/21

This picture of Mary Kay is priceless. The warmth and humor she always shared radiates in this picture. Mike and I have been so fortunate to have been friends with Mary Kay and Jim during our years in Williamsburg. It's been such a comfort knowing these two genuine, down-to-earth people. Mary Kay has taught me about family first, inner strength, and selfless purpose. Needless to say, she will be missed more than words can say. Our heart aches for Jim and the family. But I know her heavenly spirit will always be with them.


Lou & Carla Capuano posted on 8/7/21

This is a beautiful tribute to a remarkable woman we loved dearly. It was a privilege to be her friend and share in her love, which was boundless. We cherish the memories we have of her, of the wonderful times we spent together with her and Jim, and all the fun we shared we all of our friends here in Williamsburg. Our love and sympathy to Jim, all their family, and to all who shared the blessing of MaryKay.


Gay Myers posted on 8/7/21

I met Mary Kay and Jim when I moved to Williamsburg in 2009. They were an integral part of our BYOB group and added so much to our gatherings. Mary Kay was so warm, so friendly, so considerate and kind and so fun to be with. She was devoted to her family and grandkids and often filled us in with their latest antics, happenings and milestones. Mary Kay was a thoroughly genuine person, always ready to help in any way and could laugh at herself despite her ongong health issues. She was the real deal and will be sorely missed by all who knew her.


Tim and Louise Runyan posted on 8/7/21

Jim the entire Mitchell family. We've had the honor and pleasure to have known Mary Kay for 13 years. From the first time we met Mary Kay, at the Mitchell home in Williamsburg, we knew we were in for a wonderful experience. The wonderful experience never failed, from Mary Kay's life knowledge to her motherly and grandmotherly catering to the family. Our hearts ache for your loss and share in the desire to hear and see her one more time.


Michael C. Banks posted on 8/7/21

Mr. Mitchell, Jimmy, Patti, Sandy, Kelly, and Katie, I am sorry for your loss. Since 1976 when I moved to South Orange and I visited the “Mitchell Mansion”, your mother greeted me with warmth and love. She treated me like her own child and I felt like part of the family. I will always love her and I will miss her dearly. I am so grateful that she and your family is a part of my life. I am a better person for it.