Volume 53, Number 38

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, September 22, 2016

Obituaries

Mary Thelma (Storie) Pritchard Mitchell
July 6, 1912 - November 2, 2008

Mary Thelma (Storie) Pritchard Mitchell
BYRDSTOWN--Mary Thelma (Storie) Pritchard Mitchell, 96, 308 West Main Street, Byrdstown, passed away Nov. 2, 2008 at her residence. She was a homemaker.
She was born July 6, 1912 in Pickett County, the daughter of Alford Storie and Ora (Crisp) Storie. She lived all of her life in Pickett County and attended Smyrna Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her first husband, Earnest Pritchard; infant daughter, Jewel Dean Pritchard; stepson, Howard Mitchell; step grandson, Mike Mitchell.
Surviving relatives include husband, H.H. (Hack) Mitchell, Byrdstown; stepdaughter, Eva Copeland and husband, Gale, Byrdstown; stepson, Charles Mitchell and wife, Jan, Clay City, Ky.; step daughter-in-law, Charlene Mitchell, Byrdstown; half sister, Georgia Stone and husband, Granville, Il; 11 step grandchildren, 16 step great grandchildren, three step great great grandchildren; special friends, Cassie, Sholonda, Dorothy, Phyllis, Irene and Ruth Beaty.
Funeral services were held Nov. 5, at 1 p.m. from Brown Funeral Chapel with Bro. Randy Tompkins officiating. Burial was at Williams Chapel Cemetery. Active pallbearers were: Lynn and Jerry Mitchell, John and Kenny Scott, Jeff Elder, Jim Martin, Clois and Kyle Brown. Honorary pallbearers were: Diane Copeland Martin, Susan C. Parlo, Debbie Elder, Patricia Scott, Cathy Mitchell, Kay Brown, Jessica Miller, Michelle Mitchell, Angie Robinson, Haley Parsons and Asheley Brown.
Special care was provided by Brown Funeral Chapel of Byrdstown.
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