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Jack Clyde Mitcham

April 3, 1936 December 15, 2018
Jack  Clyde Mitcham
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Jack Clyde “Mitch” Mitcham

Mitch passed away at home in Spring Valley on December 15, 2018. He was born in Los Angeles on April 3, 1936 to Florence and Jack Mitcham.
Mitch worked for Pacific Bell for 36 years starting in Southern California as a lineman. He came north to San Francisco in 1978 and retired as a Regional Manager to Lake County in 1991.
Mitch married first wife Pat Spanninger (deceased) on May 3, 1957 and they had three children – Pamela, Jack and Shelley.
Mitch was an avid hunter and after finding Spring Valley, he bought property and built his home overlooking the hills. He married his second wife Helen Betts on June 22, 1991 at one of their infamous pig roasts and inherited another daughter, Julie.
He will be missed by his loving family and many wonderful, life-long friends.
He is survived by his wife, Helen, children – Pam Summerfruit (Rick), Jack Mitcham, Shelley Perlin (Mike) and Julie Williams (Ron); grandchildren – Amber, Rochelle, Lindsay, Ronald, Kelly, Emma and Jack; and great-grandchildren – Taylor, Austin, Kaiden, Dani, Addison, Keylee and Alice. We know his grandson Richard was waiting for him and that helps all of us who are left.
As Mitch would often say … “and the beat goes on!”
A Celebration of Life will be held February 2, 2019 at the Community Center in Spring Valley at 1:00pm. Donations in Mitch’s name can be made to the Cleft Palate Fund at the Native Sons of the Golden West.

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Native Sons of the Golden West

414 Mason St. Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94102
Cleft Palate Fund at the Native Sons of the Golden West in Mitch's name

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