Keith Mitchell
1963 - 2021
Wilson Funeral Home - Panama City
214 Airport Road
Panama City, FL
Keith Mitchell

Keith Andrew "Andy" Mitchell, 57, of Lynn Haven, FL went to his heavenly home on Monday, August 16, 2021. He was born on December 21, 1963 in Panama City, FL. He was a 1982 graduate of Bay High School. He worked as a maintenance mechanic for Kraton Chemical. Andy was a strong, gentle man and was loved by all who knew him. He was strong in his faith and practiced it daily. He was a loving, devoted father, grandfather and husband for 36 wonderful years. He is survived by his wife, Paige Bishop Mitchell; five children, Andrew Mitchell (Mike), Amanda Mitchell McGowan, Lauren Lindsey (Ryan), Peter Mitchell, Carley Mitchell; five grandchildren, Brady McGowan, Emery McGowan, Jaxon Mitchell, Elena Mitchell, Halli Lindsey; his parents, Bunyon and Julia Mitchell; three brothers, Jeff Mitchell (Kathy), Paul Mitchell and John Mitchell and numerous family members and close friends. Due to the current Covid virus, a private memorial will be held in his honor. A recording will be made available for those wishing to view the service. Those desiring may make memorial donations to the Shriner's Hospital in memory of Andy Mitchell.

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214 Airport Road, Panama City, FL 32405


Published by Panama City News Herald from Aug. 19 to Aug. 20, 2021.
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So very sorry. We were blessed to have known Andy and always thought the world of him. Greg recalls wonderful memories of their years in apprenticeship school for Local #229. God bless Paige and entire family.
Greg and Kim Johnson, Hunter and Holli
August 22, 2021
Gary & Connie Greathouse
August 22, 2021
We are profoundly sorry for your sad loss. You will be in our prayers.
Belinda and George Betz
August 21, 2021
I see Adam Mitchell in that handsome face. To Judy, Bunyon, Andy's wife, children, grandchildren, brother's, family and friends, I am so sorry for your loss. It is so difficult to lose someone so close to you. My heart breaks for you all. I pray for peace and comfort through this time. It hurts a little less year after year, but it never goes away. I hope you can find comfort in all the memories each of you have had with Andy. All of you are in my prayers, it saddens me to see anyone have to go through such a loss. Sincerely Debbie Carroll
Debbie Carroll
August 20, 2021
I had the privilege of getting to know Andy when he and I played football together at Jinks Jr. High School. It did not take long for the two of us to build a friendship as we both shared common interest and activities. Our friendship continued through high school and into our adult years. Life responsibilities prevented us from getting together as much as we would have liked to, but it always was a comfort knowing that Andy was just a phone call away. The Mitchell family is a family of builders and Andy was one of the best. He took pride in his ability to build his family several homes. Andy new that a good house needed a solid foundation to last. His building foundation in life was faith, family, friends, hard work, laughter, and doing the right thing. His example challenges us to build our lives on the foundation he established, the blueprints he provided and the principals he lived by. He is not with us physically, but will continue living in our hearts and expects us to live like he did and do the right things in life! Many thoughts and prayers to the Mitchell family during this difficult time. Andy is loved by many and will be deeply missed, but never forgotten! Sincerely, Gary & Connie G.
Gary & Connie G.
August 20, 2021
I've worked with Andy for the last 6 years. Over that time I got to know him pretty good and work side by side with him. We often talked about family and vacations that we each took and he always enjoyed his trips to see the family and the activities you all did. He loved talking about each and everyone of you and the adventures you all went on. I just wanted to pass on my sincere condolences and know that his work family will miss him tremendously. He was one of a kind and we were all better for knowing Andy. God bless you all in this time and I pray for you to all find peace and some comfort.
Mark W.
August 19, 2021
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