Christopher Allen Mitchell
January 25, 1972 - November 8, 2023
FC Daehler Mortuary
Christopher Allen Mitchell, known affectionately by many as Chris and Al, passed away peacefully of natural causes on November 8, 2023, in his hometown of Portsmouth, OH. Born on January 25, 1972, to Phyllis and the late Charles "Chuck" Mitchell, Chris was a man of humor, intelligence, and selflessness, leaving a lasting impact on those who were fortunate enough to know him.
Chris was a proud graduate of White Oak High School in White Oak, TX. Following his graduation, he answered the call of duty, serving as a Lance Corporal and Rifle Marksman in the United States Marine Corp. His service to his country was a testament to his bravery and dedication, qualities that were reflected in all areas of his life.
Beyond his professional accomplishments, Chris had a deep love for his family and friends. He found joy in the simple pleasures of life, such as playing board games and cards, listening to music, and cheering on his favorite sports teams, the Ohio State Buckeyes, Cincinnati Reds, and Cincinnati Bengals. An avid sports card collector, Chris also enjoyed delving into history books, always eager to learn and share his knowledge with others.
Chris is survived by his loving wife, Rachael Brown-Carter-Mitchell, his brothers and sisters-in-law, Shad and Heather Mitchell, and Josh and Cheryl Mitchell. He also leaves behind his aunt, Cindy Skaggs, cousin Bob Lemon, and his mother and stepfather, Phyllis and Randy Dailey. His god's brother, Jim Meadows, along with numerous nieces, nephews, and stepchildren, will remember Chris for his warmth and generosity.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles "Chuck" Mitchell, his grandfather, Eynon "Popeye" Mitchell, his grandmother, Maxine Mitchell, his great grandmother, Alice Charles "Granny", his uncle, Jeff Mitchell Sr., and his cousin, Jeffrey Mitchell Jr. Their memories remained a source of strength and comfort for Chris throughout his life.
Chris's life was marked by a deep love for his family, a commitment to service, and many years of hard work.
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