Michael Duane Mitchell
July 1, 1953 ~ September 21, 2007
Michael Duane Mitchell, 54, of Weirton, passed away Friday, September 21, 2007 at his home. Born July 1, 1953 in Clarksburg, WV, he was the son of the late Mary Mitchell.
Duane worked in the laundry department of the Hancock County Sheltered Workshop and attended the Weirton Heights Church of Christ. Duane was a friend to all who had the opportunity to meet him. He will be missed by many friends and merchants in the downtown area.
Friends will be received Monday 6-8 PM at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton where funeral services will be celebrated 11AM Tuesday. Reverend Steve Smithbauer will officiate. Interment will be in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens.
Memorial contributions will be received at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home.
Greco Hertnick Funeral Home
3219 Main Street
May God enfold you with all the joys of Heaven!
Duane will be missed at the Door of the Weirton Heights Church of Christ where he greeted everyone with a huge smile. He was always so happy helping put everyone he met in a great mood also. Duane was so happy the night he put his Lord on in Baptism and now he too can look forward to the reward the Lord has promised all those who do his will and remain faithful to him. Duane will be missed but, we look forward to seeing him in the Glory Land. May God Bless the Family and Friends of Duane as they reflect on the wonderful memories he left for all.
My friend Duane, He is in the Kingdom of God now. Im sad but happy too. Every time we met we hugged and Duane said hi buce (not bruce). I loved his honesty and endless cherrfulness. We will always feel warm when we think of Duane Mitchell. Thankyou
Duane will be missed by all residents and staff at the Overbrook Towers/Weirton HOusing Authority… He was a great helper and asset to me by all the help he gave me cleaning the office and especially opening the door in the morning. Kimberly Azzarello
Duane was given an innocense from God that no one could take from him. It was that trait, that I enjoyed seeing every day at the Towers or where ever I would see him. He would never turn a chance down to help you, or anyone. You were my friend and I was your “buddy!” and always will be. You surely will be missed but, I know in my heart, that if I can make it to heaven, you will be at the door to help let me in!