of St. Joe, AR
January 31, 1958 - January 3, 2021
Mitchell Glenn Grinder, age 62 of St. Joe, Arkansas passed from this life on Sunday, January 3rd, 2021 at his cousin's home in Western Grove, Arkansas. He was born on January 31st, 1958. His parents were the late Dorothy "Cindy" Wyatt Grinder and Earl Perry Grinder.Mitchell was an excellent handyman and a "jack of all trades". His carpentry, plumbing and electrician work can be seen in many area churches and homes of Searcy County and the surrounding areas. He enjoyed working and riding his motorcycle. Mitchell's greatest joy came from time spent with his family and friends.Survivors include his children, Scottie Grinder and Michele Walker and husband, Nathan; grandchildren, Noah Treat, Eli Treat, Tyler Treat and Michael Grinder; sisters, Dorothy Jean Wilson, Sharon Coker and Patsy Coker; and many extended family and friends who will also mourn his passing.Mitchell is preceded in death by his parents, Perry and Cindy Grinder; one grandchild, Adam Treat; and brother, Perry Woodman.Graveside services for Mitchell will be 11:00 AM Wednesday, January 6th, 2021 at Love Cemetery in St. Joe, Arkansas with Bro. Chris Wyatt officiating. Bearers will be Jackie Manes, Eden Jarrett, Robert Jarrett, Zach Turney, Nathan Walker and Herman Mills.Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are practicing social distancing at our graveside services and all patrons are required to provide and wear their own masks. Anyone with underlying health conditions are advised to please stay home. You may sign our online guestbook on our website: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/marshall
I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for your family at this time. My daddy (Tommy Fisk) thought the world of Mitchell. May God give you all peace & comfort during this time.
May god bless
We have all been blessed to have known you. I have never met anyone as kind as you. Mitchell, was always there to help even if it meant he went with out. Charli and Sarah learned about helping people before self. Your actions have taught so many how to live and love. There's not a time I have seen you that you didn't talk about your kids and grandchildren. You always had a story about one them.
Sorry for your loss he will be missed
So sorry to hear of Mitchell’s passing. Sending lots of love and prayers
We are really going to miss our good friend Mitch! He always gave a toot on his truck horn when he passed our place. He us helped when we needed him. He could do mechanical, carpentry, and electrical work and repairs. He was a good friend and neighbor.Mitch loved animals and pampered his dogs and cats. He is gone much too soon.
Sending prayers and my Condolences.
Mitchel is a person who will be missed by many people. He was one of the kindest people I have ever known. When we were in need, Mitchel was always there to help out and give support. I will always remember him as a jewel in our family.
So sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.