ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mitchell Howard, 67, born on May 28, 1948 and passed away on October 29, 2015. We will remember him forever.

He was our Hero, great Father , Husband And #1 PAPAW. Miss him with all our hearts!

Posted by Shelley Reigers on May 28, 2020
Mitchell would move heaven and earth for his family. He was always good to me. Look in on your family and smile and wonderful smile of yours and be proud of those who carry on without you even though we all wish you were still here God needed you more so he called you home.
Posted by Shelley Reigers on October 29, 2019
I still think of you often and every time I do I smile.
Posted by Shelley Reigers on May 28, 2019
Happy Birthday in heaven, Mitchell. You are missed and loved.
Posted by Shelley Reigers on October 29, 2018
I will never forget Mitchell. I see him smiling I really loved his smile. You were a good man and a hardworking family man. Miss you.
Posted by Roger Dalton Sr on August 9, 2017
Dad , there still isn't a day nor a minute that goes by I dont think about you !! I know you are always with me where ever I go !! I'm always wanting to run to you and ask you questions that , only you ever had the answers for .. And now I have to pray that I will get the answer some how . or hopes you will get it to me in some way of a message .. I miss you so much . you have fought me all that I no when it comes to working on things , being a parent and a great grandparent you always was so I learnt from the beat there. You was just a wonderful man period in life .. No matter what you was going through you always kept a smile and stayed positive !! I hope I can be like you was , and leave a stamp in peoples life like you did all of us!! No matter where I went it was always first words how's your dad ! Really where did that come from I came to see you . didn't matter where or who they was always asking how you was !! Everyone loved you !!
Love and miss you pops . till we meet again !! I hope your waiting on me in a hot rod ready for a teat drive !!
Posted by Shelley Reigers on October 10, 2016
a good man, a sweet man. Mitchell loved his wife and daughter and cherished his grandchildren. Mitchell was good to me and I will always be grateful for his loving heart.
Posted by Marlene Dalton on July 22, 2016
Daddy I love and miss you. Not a day goes by I don't think about you and wish you was here... Your so loved and missed !!!❤
Posted by Gabby Gabriel Dalton on July 22, 2016
Papaw i love you so much, i wish everyday that you were here talking to me and making me laugh. I wish i could talk to you one more time. You were my bestfriend and nothing with ever change that. I cant wait to see you again.

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Posted by Shelley Reigers on May 28, 2020
Mitchell would move heaven and earth for his family. He was always good to me. Look in on your family and smile and wonderful smile of yours and be proud of those who carry on without you even though we all wish you were still here God needed you more so he called you home.
Posted by Shelley Reigers on October 29, 2019
I still think of you often and every time I do I smile.
Posted by Shelley Reigers on May 28, 2019
Happy Birthday in heaven, Mitchell. You are missed and loved.
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He loved his old hot rod Chevy's

Shared by Roger Dalton Sr on August 9, 2017
<p>When it came to cars , my dad was your man . He knew them inside out ! And loved telling stories about all his old hot rods he had back in the day !! We would have a hell of a oldies car hot rod collection today !! But he was a wheeler and dealer .. He loves building them enjoying for a while . then letting someone els enjoy it , while he moved on to his next project. From motors to interior he was always redoing his cars and building them like I have never seen a man build a car before .. And he was king at it .. But we all who know you know you are up there building and rebuilding doing what you lives best and drinking your coffee weather it be 100 degrees .. Dad we all miss you so much . </p>