Kristine Mitchell

01/17/1983 — 07/27/2018

From Pasco, WA | Born in Richland, WA

Kristine Mitchell

Kristine Allison Mitchell

Kristine A. Mitchell passed away, in her home, Friday, July 27, 2018. She was 35 years old.

Kristine was born January of 1983 in Richland. She grew up in Pasco and went through Pasco Schools….Mark twain, Stevens Middle, and Pasco High, graduating on 2001.

Kristine was an avid Seattle Seahawk fan. Her favorite player was Earle Thomas. She dreamed of going to the “Link” and watching the Seahawks play. Many Sundays, she was with friends and their father’s, watching the game and having “burping contests.”

Kristine worked in a variety of retail stores. She loved working with customers and brightening up their day. 

Kristine is preceded in death by her grandparents; Bill and Thelma Mitchell, Ken and Patricia Staley, Shirley Roberts; her aunts; Sharon Evans, Kathy Berg and cousin Melanie Trent. 

Kristine is survived by  her loving parents Ed and Sue Mitchell, grandfather, Jack Roberts, Aunts; Willie Mitchell, Penny (Dee) True, Jane Knox, Susan Tatum and Joan Strange; Uncles, Ken Staley, Dick (Jeanie) Staley, Steve (Heidi) Arends, Sam Berg and Larry Watson. She is also survived by lots of close cousins and friends, especially Terra, Andy, Jen and Granger.

Cremation has already taken place. At her request there will not be a funeral, but a Celebration of her Life, casual attire please. The Celebration of Life will be held at Einan’s at Sunset Chapel in Richland on Saturday, August 11, 2018 starting at 2:00pm.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the charity of your choice.


 

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  • Susan and Ed, we are so sorry for your loss. Take care thru these trying times and I know she will be missed.

    Dale and Karen Staley
    August 5, 2018
    Medford, Or
  • First and foremost it should be said that Kris was a wonderful person. Our special needs daughter can be difficult to try and relate to and it can take some time to get to know her likes or make an impression. But Kris wasn’t intimidated by her disabilities and was kind and good with both our autistic children. I remember when her grandfather died she came over to our house and was the best family to have over to help comfort Justin. She saved my butt when Justin was out of town and needed a ride to pick up my kid who was sick. I already miss my friend and am sad that Christmas won’t be the same again. Thank you for everything Kris, from me, from Tatum and from Kenny.

    Mindi Lehman
    August 7, 2018
    Kennewick
  • Susan and Ed, we are so sorry for your loss. Take care thru these trying times and I know she will be missed.

    Dale and Karen Staley
    August 5, 2018
    Medford, Or
  • First and foremost it should be said that Kris was a wonderful person. Our special needs daughter can be difficult to try and relate to and it can take some time to get to know her likes or make an impression. But Kris wasn’t intimidated by her disabilities and was kind and good with both our autistic children. I remember when her grandfather died she came over to our house and was the best family to have over to help comfort Justin. She saved my butt when Justin was out of town and needed a ride to pick up my kid who was sick. I already miss my friend and am sad that Christmas won’t be the same again. Thank you for everything Kris, from me, from Tatum and from Kenny.

    Mindi Lehman
    August 7, 2018
    Kennewick
  • Kristine will be missed. She was witty and sweet person. I will never forget her. Sue your daughter is special person and will always be in your heart. Deepest condolences to your family.

    Wayne and Mary Wolbeck
    August 5, 2018
    Auburn Washington
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