Yanceyville, NC - It is with profound that sorrow we announce the death of Mrs. Annie Arnold Mitchell of 4292 County Home Rd. Yanceyville, NC , who passed away Monday, November 21, 2022, at her residence.
Annie was born on August 10, 1951, to the late Annie M. Bailey, and Reverend James A., and Louise Arnold.
Annie accepted Christ at an early age; and she joined Piney Grove Baptist Church in Scottsburg, VA.
Annie was employed by the Cotton Mill in South Boston, VA, Dan River Mills of Danville, VA, and Burlington Industries of Burlington, NC.
In addition to Annie’s parents, she was preceded in death by her beloved spouse, Richard S. Mitchell; her siblings, James, Erma, Cynthia, Charles, and Lavern.
Mrs. Annie Mitchell leaves to cherish her precious memories to her two sons: Douglas (Debbie) Coleman of Alton, VA, and Kevin (Miki) Coleman of Suffolk, VA; her grandchildren: Travis, Kazuhiko (Corinne), Kana, Mykell, Amanda, and Kobe; her great-grandchildren: Nobuhiko, Kazumi, Riley, Mina, Amias, and Malia; her siblings: Marcellous (Deloris) Arnold of Kettering, MD, Kavanzo (Penny) Arnold of Halifax, VA, William (Tuija) Arnold of San Diego, CA, Melba (Cain Daniel) Buster of Hopewell, VA, Gloria Arnold of Danville, VA, Eric Arnold of Woodbridge, VA, Alexander (Michelle) Arnold , Eunice (Anthony) Brantley of Charleston, S.C, David (Chyna) Arnold of San Diego, CA and Ethyl (Lori) Arnold of Halifax, VA; her sister-in-law: Martha Lou Jeffries of Blanch, NC; her aunt: Ruby Mitchell; her special niece: Tonya Covington; her special great niece: Amina Buster, whom Annie affectionally called her “Moo-Moo”; and a host of nieces; nephews; cousins; other relatives; and friends.
A viewing for Mrs. Annie Mitchell will be Saturday, November 26, 2022; from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the John and Juanita S. Fulton Memorial Chapel of Fulton-Walton Funeral.
Funeral Services for Mrs. Annie Arnold Mitchell will be Sunday, November 27, 2022; at 12 Noon at Piney Grove Baptist Church 5225 Bethel Rd. Scottsburg, VA. (Halifax County, VA); where Pastor Kenneth Jones will deliver the words of comfort.
Internment will follow in the church cemetery.
*(FACIAL MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL SERVICES)