Oh, my heart is breaking! Mr. Mitchell and his lovely wife, Evelyn, were not only beloved patients of my husband, they were great friends. I often saw them both before and after Bob's illness and passing at Panera Bread in Dunwoody. Since I have missed them for a couple of years I did a Google search today to find out if they had moved. Please accept my deepest condolences and know how much he was loved. By the way, his obituary doesn't mention his fantastic hand made walking canes, always with a penny somewhere on them. I will treasure the one he made for Bob forever, just as Bob did in life. Sandy Capparell, Atlanta
I worked for wrc smith in the '70's out of the chicago office as area sales rep - we shared the same last name - no relationship. He was always pleasant and while I only worked there 3 years it was the catalyst to a fine career in sales that lead to my own publishing co. It sounds like he had a fine life and family - RIP Walt.
Walter seems to be pretty good at using his hands and brain.Which is a gift.Soon,the pain of death will be gone due to the ransom sacrifice of Jesus.He showed on a small scale what the future holds when performed many miracles.Matthew 15:30,31 and john 5:28
My condolences to the family. I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. May the comfort of family and friends help you to cope with your loss. Our prayers are with your family.
May the God of comfort be with you at this most difficult time because God comforts all the mourning ones. Isaiah 61:2