In loving memory of

Brandy Rene Mitchell
January 5, 1979 - June 25, 2022

Brandy Mitchell passed away on Saturday, June 25, 2022 after a short stay in Swedish Medical Center. Brandy was born to Geneva Hawley (Joe) and Robert Wiggins (Mary) in Longview, WA. She grew up in the Seattle area, and graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1997. Brandy pursued a career as a Medical Assistant where she demonstrated her passion for helping and caring for others. Brandy will be remembered for her kind, loving nature and her love of the Seahawks.

Brandy is survived by her long-time partner Joey Del Vecchio; siblings Mathew McVeigh (Sam), Aleesha McVeigh, Michaela Wiggins; niece Amelia, and numerous cousins. Her grandparents, Betty D. Rush and Verl D. Mitchell preceded her in death. Those of us lucky enough to have known and loved Brandy will miss her, but she will live on through her family and friends and all those whose lives she has touched.

In lieu of flowers, donations in her name may be made to: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society at


Ailsa Cocanower wrote on Dec 24, 2022:

"I came back home to Seattle for the holidays & Brandy was on my mind since we lost touch years ago. I'm sorry to hear of her passing. We worked together, laughed together & I always admired her passion in work & life. She had the biggest heart. "

Linda Jensen wrote on Jul 8, 2022:

"I have struggling to find the words. You were taken too soon. Hope you have found peace. You may be gone, but never forgotten."

David McDuffie wrote on Jun 28, 2022:

"Brandy was my childhood friend since we were 11. I was able to confide in her, knowing that she always had my back. She was someone I could always turn to. She was always willing to help others, even if it put her at a disadvantage. She'll be truly missed."

Grant Howell wrote on Jun 28, 2022:

"You?ll be missed there?s nothing but positive memories and thoughts!!"

Linda Daniel wrote on Jun 27, 2022:

"Too young to be gone so early I remember Brent high school excited about Sarah?s baby coming used to call her Molly Molly Molly she stayed with us for a short while we will miss you"

Christine Schliskey wrote on Jun 27, 2022:

"I'm so sorry to hear about her death. I remember her as cute little kid! I had no idea anything was wrong......Cousin Christine"