Mitchell Stewart, 80, of Providence Forge, Virginia passed away on Saturday October 16,2021. Mitch was the Senior Vice President/Sales and Marketing Director of Del Marketing from 1978-1998. He continued his career as the Vice President of Sales & Marketing with Carriage Hills Resort in Canada from 1998-2008. Once returning to the states he was an independent sales contractor until 2018 when he retired to spend more time with his family. Mitch took joy in his family he was an avid fisherman, loved sleight of hand tricks, reading crime novels, antiquing and jellybeans!
Mitch was preceded in death by his parents Hank and Thelma Stewart, his brother Bill Stewart and sister Sandy Chase. Survived by his wife Roni Stewart, his son Adam and wife Lori Unger Stewart, grandchildren Sydney and Zachary. His daughters Autumn, Sophia and husband Kyle Whaley, grandchild Evelyn, Zoe and husband Kyle West, grandchildren Gavin and Luke. His brothers Herb Vlokhas and wife Jane, David and wife Anne Stewart. His sisters Micki Gardner, Jan Stewart, Debbie Stewart and Toni Phillipine.
A celebration of his life will be held at 1:00pm on Sunday October 31 at Brickshire Clubhouse 11010 Kentland Trail Providence Forge Va 23140.
We as a family would like to give our condolences to Roni, Autumn, Sophia, Zoe and family for your loss, we are sending love and hugs and know that you have lots of beautiful memories and love of family and friends to help you get through this sad time.
Francine, Greg, Robert, Kate, Jeffrey and Chantal
Hello all my beautiful friends
Thank you for the kind words
I’ll use them as blanket
To wrap all of you around me
I love you all very much
Never forget that
I wish I could be there. I loved Uncle Mitch’s smile and his ability to magically pull coins from out of nowhere. Sending love to the Stewart family.
Thank you sweet Melanie
I love you very much
And you make us feel so loved
Soon I hope to see your smile
And hold you close again
May his love of life and all, flow through the hearts who knew him. Rest in peace Mitch. You were loved deeply.
Thank you Heather for your beautiful thoughts and words .
I love you
Mitch great man helped me in my career. Will miss him