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Timothy  Mitchell

Timothy Albert Mitchell

Wednesday, January 8th, 1947 - Wednesday, December 11th, 2019
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Timothy Albert Mitchell, 72, passed away Wednesday, December 11, 2019. He was born January 8, 1947 in Poteet, Texas to Ikie Wunsch and Elizabeth Hindman Mitchell. He graduated from Smiley High School with the Class of 1965 and joined the United States Navy that following August. Tim served his country honorably and fought bravely against the General Offensive and Uprising of Tet Mau Than of 1968 commonly known as the Tet Offensive in Vietnam. He was discharged in 1969 and briefly went to work as a fireman for the Austin Fire Department before moving back to South Texas and working as a ranch manager.
Tim was a cowboy at heart, he worked hard, played hard and found God in everything nature had to offer. He found peace in working with leather and living in the country, he was a simple but honorable man. He was a man with a host of friends yet was naturally a very independent man. Tim was very close to his sisters, Linda Hunter and his twin sister, Lana Book. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle with his friends and enjoying the vistas of the United States and fishing when time permitted. Most notably, Tim was a cowboy and in the words of poet C B Rich, “It’s true I care not for the city, with its hustle, bustle and strife. I’ll live out here and feel close to God, happy in this way of life.” Truly, Tim lived his calling, happy in his way of life.
Timothy Albert Mitchell is survived by his sons and daughters-in-law, Joel and Ariceli Mitchell of Dallas, Chris and Natalie McCaleb of Beaumont, twin sister, Lana Book of Kerrville, grandchildren, Hayden, Logan, Paul, Sabrina and Georgia. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister Linda Hunt.
Private services will be held at a later date. Friends may leave their condolences by visiting www.seydlerhillfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Seydler-Hill Funeral Home.
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Mario Sauceda

Posted at 11:27am
My deepest and most Sincere Condolences to the family of Timbone. Tim was a very dear friend and we enjoyed visiting while he was Foreman at H & B ranch. He was a man of many trades. His love for his Rifles and Guns, operating the heavy equipment and fixing the Ranch vehicles were his passion. Not to mention working the Longhorns. Moving on to his Cabin and setting it up was his get away after retiring from the Ranch. He always made me cook the Pheasants for dinner. Timbone had a big heart and always was willing to help anyone. He was very happy to go back home and be close to his sister. You my friend will be missed, RIP Timbone, you and Peawinkle are together again in Heaven.

Becky Kidd

Posted at 12:39pm
I worked with Tim at Johnson Oil Co. back when the office was on Fair Street. Tim was a very polite but shy person. Told him a joke one day and he never was shy after that. Had a great and beautiful smile. So sorry to his family and friends for their loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Becky Kidd.
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Pat Stillwell

Posted at 07:08am
Tim was a special man Good memories of our high school days and life in Smiley in the 60’s
May he Rest In Peace Pat Stillwell
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