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I am a cousin to Timmy and Jimmy. I lived with them in 1960 when my parents died when I was 15. Rose was my fathers sister and went to nursing school with my mother in 1932 in Brooklyn. I just googled him as was shocked of his passing. Brian Bud Lundy on facebook.
From: Bud Lundy    03/24/2014 08:02 PM

I will never forget the day I met Tim Mitchell. I was 21 yrs. old and fresh out of college. I spent the summer in Matamoras working for my friends, the Shay's, at Tri-State Canoe. One summer afternoon we noticed Cheif DeGroat driving down the lane in his cruiser. He pulled up in front of the campground office and stepped out of the car. Another officer also stepped out from the passenger side - it was Tim. Cheif DeGroat was so proud to introduce his new officer. As the conversation progressed, I honestly didn't hear a word that was being said. Like a stupid "school girl" I was instantly infatuated with the handsome officer. And when he smiled and said hello to me, I just blushed and turned away. Over the past 25 years I have been honored to have Tim as my friend. I will never forget his beautiful smile. He was a kind and caring man. Tim was someone that I deeply respected and felt very fortunate to know. I pray everyday for God to remember Tim's family and please give them comfort and peace.
From: Anita Richards    08/26/2006 07:09 PM

Dear Patti and Olivia, You have our greatest condolences and will be in our prayers. Sincerely, Rachel and Sabrina Hendricks
From: Rachel Hendricks    08/25/2006 03:18 PM

Patti, Our family is saddened by your loss and sends our prayers and condolences to you and your family. Timmy was a great friend and inspiration. The times we rode to Scranton to yearly updates was always an adventure with Tim there. He really knew how to have a good time and make the ride short by getting a rise out of myself or the other officers riding along. His smile will ride in our hearts forever. We are always here for you and please call us anytime for anything you might need. God Bless!
From: Kerry & Carol Welsh    08/19/2006 11:22 PM

The NWTF sends you our sincere condolences. Tim was a great part of our organization and an original member when we started 7 years ago. Tim always took great pride in what he did and it followed through to our organization, especially at banquet time. We still laugh at he and Doug signing each other's name at the silent auction, and when that wasn't exciting enough, they would sign other people's names. He always greated us with a smile and our friend and brother will surely be missed.
From: Lenni Lenape Chapter NWTF    08/19/2006 11:12 PM

When Tim worked at Montague Tool, I worked at Delaware Valley Bolt & Nut. He would always call to check stock, claiming it be his last time for that day. and then it was one more. One day when he called i asked him if it was him and his reply was "no its superman", he was a wonderful person. My thoughts and prayers go out to the whole family.
From: Stacey    08/19/2006 10:23 PM

DEAR PATTI WHAT CAN I SAY TIM AND I HAVE BEEN BEST OF FRIENDS FOR OVER 30 YEARS .AND AS YOU KNOW WE HAVE HAD A LOT OF GREAT TIMES TOGETHER.NO MATTER WHAT WE DID WHEATHER IT WAS WORK OR HUNTING WE HAD A GREAT TIME TIM ENJOYED THE CABIN SO MUCH I WISH YOU AND TIM HAD THE CHANCE TO ENJOY IT AS MUCH AS TIM AND I DID HE DID AS MUCH WORK AS I DID ON THE PROPERTY I JUST WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT NO MATTER WHAT YOU AND THE GIRLS NEED YOU CAN COUNT ON SUZANNE NIKI GLEN AND ITO HELP.LOVE DOUG SUZANNE NIKI AND GLEN
From: doug lutz    08/18/2006 07:11 PM

Dear Patti Lynn- I am so sorry for your loss. Although I didn't know your husband, I can tell he was a very caring and loving person. I will keep you and the kids in my prayers. God Bless.
From: Debbie R.    08/18/2006 04:57 PM

Hi Patti and family, I have several fond memories of the Tim man. The most recent was July 27 of this year at the Tri-state Law Enforcement meeting at Mt Haven. When I walked into the room I went directly to the bar for a soda. As I turned to look for a seat for dinner, I heard my name being called. Whe I looked I saw that great big Timmy smile and he told me to join him at the table for dinner. That dinner will not just be a memory, but a fond one. My prayers are with you. All my best, Donnie Schields
From: Donald Schields Jr.    08/18/2006 09:29 AM

Hi Patti and family, I have several fond memories of the Tim man. The most recent was July 27 of this year at the Tri-state Law Enforcement meeting at Mt Haven. When I walked into the room I went directly to the bar for a soda. As I turned to look for a seat for dinner, I heard my name being called. Whe I looked I saw that great big Timmy smile and he told me to join him at the table for dinner. That dinner will not just be a memory, but a fond one. My prayers are with you. All my best, Donnie Schields
From: Donald Schields Jr.    08/18/2006 09:19 AM

Dear Mitchell family, we are so sorry for your loss. he will be greatly missed by alot of people. he was a genuine really good person!!! our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
From:    08/18/2006 09:10 AM

It started as a typical Saturday morning at work when suddenly the automatic doors of the emergency room swung open and, in walked Officer Mitchell cradling this poor women in his arms. She was doubled over and weeping in pain. I was taken a back for a second to see the striking image of a police officer displaying such strength and gentleness at the same time. Tim came in and gingerly placed the women on a stretcher. It seems the women’s husband was driving the women to the emergency room but quickly became overwhelmed by his wife escalating pain, deteriorating condition and, the Saturday morning traffic. Thankfully , they crossed paths with officer Mitchell and asked for a “police escort” to the hospital. The women made it to the ER just in time. My colleagues and I quickly took over the care of the sick women and settled her in. As Tim was preparing to leave the department the women sincerely thanked him and then asked, “ Would you mind dropping my insurance cards at the front desk?” Tim flashed his beautiful smile and said “Gladly Madam”. We all tried our best not to giggle. When Tim walked out of our department that day my colleagues and I had that warm fuzzy feeling in our hearts. We knew we had just seen something special. We felt honored that we got to see the image of a “Hero Cop” in real life. This is how we will always remember Tim Mitchell.
From: Christina RN    08/18/2006 07:17 AM

The Matamoras Rod and Gun Club wishes to express the sympathy of all our members at this difficult time. Tim will be remembered for his smile, his genuine interest in the outdoors, and his participation in our trap shooting events. He was a loyal member, and will always be remembered.
From: Keith W. Raser    08/17/2006 09:46 PM

Dear Patti & Family, Ted has known Tim for 30 years. He worked with Tim at Montague Tool & Supply. They have remained friends and would sometimes see each other when Tim would be helping Doug. Our thoughts and prays go out to you and your family. We are so sorry for your loss. Ted & Yvonne Brace
From: Ted & Yvonne Brace    08/17/2006 04:47 PM

A TRUE HERO!
From: Melanie    08/17/2006 06:52 AM

Dear Patti & Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very difficult time. I am truly sorry for your loss and GOD bless you all.
From: Susan Conklin    08/16/2006 09:24 PM

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