In Memory

Lawrence Mitchell



 
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03/17/15 06:38 PM #1    

Alecia Reeves (Freeman)

May God, the Creator receive you into His loving care and give you rest until "Resurrection Morning" when we gather for the largest reunion ever!

Classmate Alecia


03/23/15 12:43 PM #2    

Peter A. Kotee

Lawrence E. Mitchell, Jr. was the son of Associate Justice & Chief Justice ad interim Lawrence E. Mitchell, Sr. Justice Mitchell acted as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Liberia during the absence of Chief Justice A. Dash Wilson from November, 1968 to June, 1969. During this period Justice Wilson was seeking medical care in a London hospital after his terrible car wreck in Monrovia in November, 1968. Lawrence E. Mitchell, Jr. was member of the Intelligentsias; he was one of us, indeed a very brilliant one.We miss you, brother, and wish you a pleassant rest while the light perpetual shine on your soul until we all meet again.


03/23/15 02:10 PM #3    

Sandy Woodrow Yancy

Lawrence was a care free spirited individual.  I fully remembered when he took the role to act in one of the Dramas as a Dead Body.  I asked him later, why did you take that role?  As usual, he said "because nobody wanted to do it and I thought to myself, I will do it"  We remembered after the drama, he got seriously sick and missed some days from school.  We will miss you Lawrence.  However, God loves you the best.  May your soul rest in perfect peace until we meet again.  Rest my Sinoeboy.


03/23/15 05:27 PM #4    

ARuth Weeks (Marshall)

Friends, Relations and Countrymen, Lend us your ears:
One day the Kwabian-Intelligentsia circle will again be unbroken. Until that resurrection morning, rest in Jesus' arms, Lawrence

03/24/15 06:01 PM #5    

David Kolubah Yennego

Lawrence Mitchell-A friend just very difficult to adequately describe. I remember in 1972 when he needed 90% in Math to be qualified a graduate of the Intelligentia (SPHS Class of 1972 name). Everyone seemed to have been very much concerned about him. Lawrence, however never cared much about this challenge as we all knew him to be a Genius. He read comics and other non-related academic books all the time while in class and was many times given some writing exercises (Detention) by many of our teachers. In short the exam which many of us took an hour to complete and barely making passes was done by Lawrence in just 20 minutes with a 95% average.

Lawrence, we all miss you so dearly. To the bereaved family, I say take solace in the Lord. We loved Lawrence while here with us, but Jusus who made it possible for us to be together loves him best and has called him to be with the Father.

May his soul rest in peace and light perpetual shines upon him as he joins those faithful who have gone before him.

We (all the Saints) are with you in prayers. Trust in the Lord; He will take you through.

In Jesus name, Amen!

David Kolubah Yennego

 


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