Mitch Medors Obituary, Death – Mitch Medors, a resident of Rockholds, Kentucky, who was born in Jellico, Tennessee, on June 16, 2020, has away. We hate to inform you of his passing. He was born in Tennessee. As a gesture of their love and support for a deceased friend or family member, friends and relatives may offer flowers or light candles.
Please write a comment in the guestbook on this memorial page to show the Medors family your condolences and support. Prior to his death, his parents Arthur Lloyd Meadors and Nathell Meadors (Rigsby), his wife Brenda Meadors (Bennett), and his siblings Relda Meadors, Violet Shields, Joseph Meadors, Lundel Meadors, Mike Meadors, and Leonard Meadors also perished.
He is survived by: his children, Janelle Mullins of Prestonsburg, David Allen Campbell (Lynsey) of Williamsburg, Wanda Samons of Prestonsburg and Mitchell J. Meadors Jr. (Kaitlyn) of Woodbine; and his siblings, Dessie Alene Perkins (Charles) of Williamsburg, Retha Manes (Ronnie) of Williamsburg, Mildred Fay Arms of Jacksboro, TN, Benjamin Meadors (Bonnie) of Williamsburg and Jessie Glen Meadors (Debra) of London.
That’s totally inappropriate. Tragic in a real way. I’m so sorry for your loss and the suffering this is currently inflicting your family. We shall remember you all in our prayers as we go about our day. Our Heavenly Father is the only one who can bring about peace and restore people whose hearts have been broken. He’ll execute it. And once again, I’m sorry. Jesus, come closer. Oh Merry, I am brokenhearted by the pain I feel for you. I cannot fathom the level of suffering you are through. Right now, I’ll be praying for you and your family. There aren’t enough words to adequately express it.
My heart breaks for each and every one of you. Hearing this news fills me with the most profound sadness. To each and every one of you, I’m sending love, positive energy, and thoughts. Simply put, there are no words. I simply cannot fathom the kind of suffering you are currently experiencing. We are keeping you and your family in our prayers. During this incredibly challenging time, I pray that God will be with you.