Mitch Medors Obituary, Columbus Ohio Resident Has Died - Death Cause

Mitch Medors Obituary, Columbus Ohio Resident Has Died – Death Cause

Mitch Medors Obituary, Death – On June 16, 2020, Mitchell J. Meadors, who had lived in this residence for the previous 58 years and had been born in Rockholds, Kentucky, passed away while he was a resident there. He was 58 years old. Mitchell J. Meadors was a born and raised resident of Rockholds up until the time of his passing. He was born on April 23, 1962 in Jellico, Tennessee, to the late Arthur Lloyd Meadors and Nathell (Rigsby) Meadors, and his parents both passed away before he was born.

Both of his parents had passed away at this point. The year 2012 marked the beginning of his departure. His wife Brenda (Bennett) Meadors, two of his sisters—Relda Meadors and Violet Shields, and four of his brothers—Joseph, Lundel, Mike, and Leonard Meadors—had all taken their own lives in the past. Other members of his family had also taken their own lives in the past. Before he left, everyone of these people had already executed themselves by taking their own life.

Janelle Mullins and Wanda Samons, who both call Prestonsburg home; Mitchell J. Meadors Jr. and his wife Kaitlyn, who call Woodbine home; David Allen Campbell and his wife Lynsey, who call Williamsburg home; and Janelle Mullins and Wanda Samons, who both call Williamsburg home. In addition, he is survived by several grandchildren, as well as three sisters: Dessie Alene Perkins (Charles) of Williamsburg, Retha Manes (Ronnie) of Williamsburg, and Mildred Fay Arms of Jacksboro, Tennessee; as well as his wife, Retha Manes; and his son, Ronnie Manes. He is also survived by his wife, Retha Manes; and by his son, Ronnie Manes. In addition to her, he is survived by his son, Ronnie Manes, as well as his wife, Retha Manes.

On the afternoon of Thursday, June 18, 2020, at one o’clock, the visitation will begin at the Pleasant Hill Church of God, and it will continue there until the hour of the funeral ceremony, which will take place at the same location as the visitation. The memorial ceremony will begin at the same time as the funeral.

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