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Niawen:kówa from the family of Wallace Mitchell


When unexpected things happen in your life you take comfort in the guidance, love and assistance others so willingly give you. Dad left us very unexpectedly that we had no idea what we were doing but our family graciously took the reins with their direction.

When you drive to the east end of State Road now the Big Guy won’t be watering the rocks, or wetting down his newly paved driveway or mowing down the grass that has not even had a chance to grow. You will still see the Kubota tractors, the gaudy orange driveway decorations and that porch…we never understood why he painted everything orange until that day!

We are forever indebted to Krystian who was often Wally’s voice of reason when it came to anything related to his health or finances and Jordy for staying with Dad the last few months.

On behalf of Wallace’s children we want to say thank you to everyone who dropped off food, monetary donations, offered hugs & condolences, or maybe you sat and thought of us, the thoughts and prayers that were sent to us from near and far were appreciated. Cecelia Lazore, Mary Lafrance and Agnes Lazore family your generosity filled our broken hearts. Lastly Debbie Thomas for leading dad’s nightly prayers your time & patience with us, we are eternally grateful. It is not our intention to leave anyone out if we have please accept our apologies.

Thank you,

Patty & Wilson Ransom with Krystian, Evan, Hayden & Vayla, Brady, Kamryn and Briley

Leigh-Ann & Paul Sawatis with Jordy, Toryn, Kasey & Kayle

Raun Moon & Alexia


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