In loving memory of

Marinda Wilcock Mitchell
June 1, 1933 - July 20, 2021

Our loving wife, mother, grandma and great grandma, Marinda Wilcock Mitchell, passed away peacefully in her sleep at the Auberge Assisted Living Center on 20 July, 2021. She was born in Cedar City, Utah 1 June 1933. Her parents William Jewel Rowley and Thelma Grace Rowley moved from Parowan to Fillmore, Utah. She graduated from Millard High School in Fillmore, Utah. Went to LDS Business College. Changed and went to St. Marks School of Nursing in Salt Lake where she stayed for three years and became a Registered Nurse.
She married Elvin Guy Mitchell on 14 October 1955, in the Salt Lake Temple. They moved to Logan where Elvin went to USU. Marinda worked at the Logan Hospital. When Elvin graduated from USU, they moved to Malad Idaho for three years where he taught school. Marinda worked at the hospital. Later they moved to Brigham in 1959 where they have lived for the rest of her time. Marinda worked at the Cooley Hospital and then the Brigham City Community Hospital. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served as Relief Society President, taught in Primary, Sunday School and as Cub Scout Leader. She and Elvin served 2 missions. They were the founding members of the 17th Ward after the 8th Ward was divided. They spent the remaining time serving in the 17th Ward.
Mom and Dad traveled to many countries and lots of camping trips with their children. She loved Bear Lake and Snowbird. She loved becoming a mom. She loved her children more than they will ever know. She loved the special time she spent with each grand child.
Surviving are her husband, Elvin Guy Mitchell; children, Elvin Jeffery (Colleen); Barbara (Dahl) Warren; Scott (Robyn) Mitchell, Shauna (Mike) Green; 15 grandchildren; 36 Great grandchildren.
Our family would like to sincerely thank the love and support from Auberge Assisted Living and their wonderful staff, and hospice and their wonderful staff.
A funeral service will be held on Monday, July 26, 2021 at the 17th LDS Chapel, 139 East 300 North, Brigham City at Noon. A viewing will be held from 10-11:30 am prior to the service.

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Leslee Bowman wrote on Jul 23, 2021:

"Sister Mitchell is a wonderful person. I was fortunate to be able to be in the Brigham City 17th ward with her and Elvin. I always thought so much of her and her strong testimony she would share quite frequently. She is a wonderful example."

Mat Bradford wrote on Jul 23, 2021:

"Aunt Marinda was a special spirit. We have such fond memories of her, especially as children. We wish to express our heartfelt condolences at this difficult time. May God bless each of you. Our sincere Love, Marion, Melanie, Rick and Mat Bradford."

Lynn Long wrote on Jul 23, 2021:

"What a special Lady! Despite having her own four children, she took on the rearing of orphaned relatives, all the while working as a nurse full time..... Marinda collected antiques way before it became a craze to do so... so had a house full of collectibles that made the living room a showcase.... How many women had the gumption to get scuba certified with her teenage daughter ? Marinda did! Good hearted, happy laughing Marinda loved her kids so much. The world and everyone will miss her dearly. Rest in Peace dear Lady. Love Barb's friend Lynn "

Mavis Merrill wrote on Jul 23, 2021:

"I?m so sorry for your loss, I?m glad or have the opportunity of working with Marinda 50 years ago when I got out oh High School, at the old Cooley Hospital ? I love doing it and getting to know her , May your family be blessed? Love Mavis Tolman Merrill??.."

Elbert and Michele Kent wrote on Jul 22, 2021:

"Miranda was a special lady. She was wise and led by example. I never heard her complain. She was my visiting teacher over the years. She blessed me with her presence. She had a beautiful spirit that brightened even the darkest of days. I will miss her. Elvin, Elbert and I are saddened by your loss. Condolences to you and your family. So privileged to know Marinda. Love you, Brother Mitchell. God bless and comfort you. "

Marla Young wrote on Jul 21, 2021:

"My condolences to the family. Miranda was a shining light and I admired her faithfulness and beautiful spirit. - Marla Young "