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Alvin C. Mitchell

Birthday Remembrance
In Loving Memory Of
Alvin C. Mitchell
Happy 100th Birthday
We miss those words of wisdom spoken to us freely.
Your gentle sense of humor, those vocal renditions, dancing feet and mellow tones from your saxophone that pleased so many audiences over the years.
But most of all we miss you brother, uncle, cousin and friend.
Published on June 27, 2019
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Sandra from Beverly
Jul 08, 2019
Growing up in Beverly Al Mitchell was a friendly. outgoing man who the city embraced with love and acceptance.Never able to attend dance classes but was fortunate to hear Manuals Black and White Band on many, many occasions. A very special THANKS to Al for the fond memories.
BHS 1957.
Amy Calabro
Jun 28, 2019
To my very first dance teacher.Al was alway focused if we did not get the step the fist time he made us do it until we got it !!! He had so much patience he gave everyone fair chances he did not embarrass anyone he helped so many children’s everyone was equal . I also went to Mitchell’s camp too a lot of memories I keep close made lots. of friends a lot of fond memories it made me try new new things all the time !! Thank you. For opening a new world to me thank you so much !!! God bless rip
Theresa Vasile
Jun 28, 2019
Still missing Al every day. I have this photo displayed with my music collection. Only have fond memories of growing up at Mitchell's and dancing as a toddler to Mitchellette. Still feel his warm presence in the studio and at every recital. So happy to see Al's legacy continue with Bethany at the helm. God bless!
Jun 27, 2019
Miss Al and his words of wisdom. Always willing to listen and give his advise. I'm sure he is looking down and proudly sees his niece carrying on the family tradition. Our family has many fond memories for three generations.
Tim Smith
Jun 27, 2019
Many fond memories of my childhood and lasting even until my Grand Daughter Cailie Ann attended Mitchell's Dance Studio.

The world needs more Uncle Al's in the world and one of the most decent men I have ever met in my life.

Making it happen in sunny Las Vegas with Music-4-R-Vets and Ricky Lee.