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Kenney L Mitchell

March 12, 1959- June 25, 2020

  • Obituary

    Kenney LaRue Mitchell, was the rst born of EugeneMitchell and the late Julia Ann Mitchell, on March 12, 1959.He grew up on Inverness St. in Detroit, Michigan with his three younger brothers, including the late Angelo Mitchell.Kenney attended Detroit Public School and graduated from Mumford High School in 1977.As a car enthusiast, he was skilled in painting automobilesand worked for several companies, including General Motors. Kenney had many hobbies. He enjoyed model trains, automotive spray painting and his deepest passion was playing the guitar.He devoted a lot of his time to perfecting his talent of guitar playing. He was inspired from a plethora of guitarists, which included B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Freddie King and several other profound guitarists. However, his biggest inspiration came from the Great Jimi Hendrix. Thatwas evident when watching Kenney perform. Kenney departed this life on June 25, 2020, in Flint, Michigan. Although he never married or had children, he had a gigantic family that loved him dearly.He leaves behind to cherish his memories his devoted father Eugene Mitchell, brothers Keith Mitchell, Christopher Mitchell, Brandon Mitchell, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, sisters in law, many friends from childhood, work, and guitar gigs. There is no doubt that he touched the hearts of many people. As we say goodbye to Kenney, let us remember the great experiences we all have shared with him. He will always be in our hearts! We love you. Give your mom a hug and kiss for us. Your family

Memorial Visitation

Wednesday, July 01, 2020
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Kernan Funeral Service

1020 Fort Street Lincoln Park, MI, US, 48146

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0 Replies to “Kenney L Mitchell”

  1. DM

    Memories of you at 5yrs old terrorizing your cousins on Northfield. Memories of you learning to play the guitar and your trains in the basement on Sorrento. Memories of your visit to Texas, the laughs and smiles we shared throughout the years. I'm going to miss you immensely but I know your Mother greeted you with loving arms💔💔

    Deborah Mitchell
  2. LC

    My dearest cousin Kenney - I will miss you! I pray you are seeing our loved ones! To the Mitchell family-May God hold you near during this time! Love - Lori Craft & Family - Phoenix, Arizona (440) 488-9177

    Laura Craft

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