Kenneth R. Mitchell

Kenneth R. Mitchell, age 60, of Uniontown, PA died peaceful, Thursday, February 6, 2020, with his family by his side. He was born March 8, 1959 in Uniontown, PA, the son of the late Ed Laverne Mitchell and Dolores Berdt Mitchell. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his brother, Edwin Mitchell and sister, Sheri Collins.

Kenneth was a 1977 graduate of Laurel Highlands High School. He then attended a trade school where he became an electrician. Kenneth worked as a Union Electrician for Locals IEBW for many years.

Left to cherish Kenneth’s memory is his wife, Joan D’Amore Mitchell; one son, John Mitchell of Brookline, PA and one daughter, Angela Alkire and husband Tibin of Fairmont, WV; one brother, Timothy Mitchell of Tempe, AZ; and 4 Grandchildren.

Arrangements have been entrusted to ANDREW D. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORIES, INC. 80 Morgantown St., Interment will be private.

Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at adferguson.com or the funeral home Facebook page. Family suggest donations may be made in Kenneth’s name to The Beat Goes On.

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Cindy Toth
Cindy Toth
1 year ago

God bless all who loved Kenny. He was a great friend and a great man. We was blessed to have shared times on his life.

Wayne Collins
Wayne Collins
1 year ago

Best buddy a man could of ever had. Going to miss you. And thanks again friend for always being there for myself and my family. Love ya

Bill Clements
Bill Clements
1 year ago

Dear Joan, John and Angela. Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of Ken. Many many fond memories from when our boys played ball and we got to coach them while Ang and Jenny played together on the playground. How happy those days were! Cathy and I are praying for each of you, that you cling to each other and all the happy memories you have. Lean on those around you and let them steady you. Lean on God most of all ! He can handle it!. In Christian love, your friends always, Cathy and Bill Clements