Edgar Mitchell

Sep 17, 1930 – Feb 4, 2016 (Age 85)


September 17, 1930
February 4, 2016


Edgar Mitchell, who became the sixth person to walk on the moon on Feb. 5, 1971, as an astronaut on the Apollo 14 mission, died at a West Palm Beach hospice Thursday night, his family said.Mr. Mitchell, who lived on an acre "ranchette" west of Lake Worth and often talked about his adventures and...

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Edgar I will miss our talks of things unkown, concepts from outside the box and the presence of a heart that touched so many, including me and my sons.Thank for giving hope to so many who knew what was possible but were schooled it was not.

Much love, Joanne Kilmartin-Palm Beach

Family, Condolences. I remember interviewing Edgar for entrance to Kappa Sigma at Carnegie Tech. Great experience, great guy. Regards, Joe Kuhn
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May your light continue to shine in that world beyond the Veil and encourage others to be Spiritually minded, as they reflect on our world here below.

Rest in peace my dear friend.

America is deeply indebted to Mr. Mitchell for his contributions to our space travel advancements. This happened a little before my time, but I am gratefully informed through well documented accounts. Much respect and appreciation to the family members who encouraged and supported him. Thoughts of comfort and inner peace for all who cherish his memory!

A special human being of incredible bravery and integrity.
I refer to your wisdoms in my presentations and written material, and most of all your incredible encouragement when you told me to never give up upon my journey in search of the truth and understanding our expanding consciousness and the potential of human evolution.
Your strong presence in my life is a cherished light of eternal knowing .

You changed my life, Edgar Mitchell, with your spiritually transformative description of your view of the Earth, Moon, and Sun together upon your return trip to Earth. May your spirit be everlasting.

Sincerest condolences from a longtime admirer.