Mitchell J. Cremer
1991 - 2020
Mitchell J. Cremer

Kaukauna - Mitchell James Cremer, 28, born November 17, 1991 died unexpectedly, June 11, 2020 in Appleton, Wisconsin. He grew up in and attended the Little Chute school system graduating in 2010. He attended UW-Oshkosh and FVTC. He was smart and talented with a passion for woodworking. He appreciated nature and music; enjoyed golfing, gaming, bowling, movies, reading, shooting pool, and hanging out with close friends. Mitchell was a charming young man with a big heart and always wanted to help others before himself. He continues to do so through his generous gift of organ donation that will save and improve many lives.

Mitchell is survived by his mother: Christine (James) Perz of Kaukauna; his father: David (Lori) Cremer of De Pere; his sister: Madelaine (Micah) Neely of Kaukauna; step siblings: Nicholas, Alex, Cole, Logan, and Breyah; his grandparents and step grandparents; many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather.

Mitchell was and always will be our Son and our Big Brother. He will always be our Grandchild, our Nephew, our Cousin, our Friend, and our Hope! We hoped that you would overcome your disease of addiction and you would come back to us and live as our Beacon of Hope! We Hope that you are now at Peace. Mitchell you will always be loved; and you will always be missed!!

Mitchell had big dreams for the future, but ultimately his struggle with mental health and addiction cut his life short. If you or anyone you know is struggling with mental health or addiction, please contact 1-800-950-NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) or

In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial donation in Mitchell's name to: Rise Together - a local, non-profit organization working to prevent addiction and promote positive mental health for area youth; or the UW Organ and Tissue Donation organization at

A Celebration of Life is being planned and details can be found at

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I am truly sorry for the loss of your son, Mitchell. Although I did not know him, I was touched by what you so thoughtfully and bravely shared about your sons struggles. As another has written here in the guest book, you are not alone. A beacon of hope. What perfect words to honor your beautiful son. My prayers are with you and your family.
Etienne Olson
July 5, 2020
My deepest sympathy to your entire family. Maddie, you in particular are on my mind and in my thoughts. My heart goes out to you all.
Tia King
June 22, 2020
Mitch I only got to know you these last 6 months but we had some fun times man and I still cant believe this is real I want to say sorry to mitch parents and his family he might be gone but he will never be forgotten
Matthew copus
June 13, 2020
I am incredibly sorry for your loss. I will always remember Mitch as one of my students who had a passion for reading. Prayers to all of you during this difficult time.
Jodie Wojkiewicz
June 13, 2020
I didn't know Mitchell, but wanted to send thoughts and prayers to his family and friends in this very difficult time. He is free and at peace. Let his passing be a wakeup call for anyone struggling with addiction and emotional issues. God Bless all of You through your grieving. Mitchell walks with and beside all of you in Spirit. God Bless
Linda Probst
June 13, 2020
I would like to thank Mitchell's family for showing how struggles with addiction and mental health can affect all families. You are not alone. He sounds like a talented and caring young man. Mitchell thank you for being an organ donor.
Deb Fischer
June 13, 2020
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