Sadie Duren Mitchell of Monroe, formerly of Stone Mountain went to her heavenly home on Thursday, November 15, 2012. Visitation will be held Saturday, November 17 from 4-6pm. Funeral will be in the chapel Sunday, November 18 at 2:30pm with the Reverend John King and Reverend Brian Hall. She was surrounded by her loving family in her final moments praying her into heaven. Sadie was an incredible woman who loved her husband, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren with all that she had. She lived life to the fullest with a joyful heart, an infectious laugh and dancing feet. She was born to Aaron and Sarah Melissa Duren on January 15th, 1918 in Stone Mountain Georgia. She was married to Anderson Wesley Mitchell for 67 years at the time of his death. She was a loving mother, an amazing granny and a special aunt to her many nieces and nephews. She loved spending her time with her family, fishing, gardening, and especially dancing. She was very proud of her recognition as the first female letter carrier in Atlanta for the U.S post office. She is survived by her two daughters Sarah Mitchell JamesHewatt and Helen Mitchell Billy Lee, grandchildren Cathy and Aubrey Hall, Donna and Steve Fulford, Chuck and Sheila Lee , Laurie and Mike Cann, Linda and Eric Godfrey, Lisa and Stuart Newton, 13 great-grandchildren, and 15 great-great grandchildren.

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  1. Our hearts are with you in this time of sorrow. Ms. Sadie was a beautiful person, what a spirit she had that we will miss.
    God Bless
    With love,
    The Hall & Schultz Family

  2. We were sorry to hear about our good neighbor and friend,Sadie. We were next door neighbors in Stone Mountain for many years. Those were great years. Sadie and Wesley took good care of us and our children John and Angie. We have many stories and good memories of those years. Now Sadie is with her Wesley. May they rest in peace. Love, Jack,Pat,John and Angie Demyan

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