Victor Clarence Mizelle
Sep 07, 1934Mar 25, 2017
MIZELLE, Victor, 82, of Richmond, passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 25, 2017. He is survived by his son, Danny (Lori); grandchildren, Thomas Gaines and Amanda Kelly; great-grandchildren, Olivia and Cameron; and close friends, Nelson Elam and David and Sandy Aldrich. A lifelong musician, Victor was a founding member of the Rock-A-Teens, a published author and an avid fisherman. A service will be held at a later date.
Tammy Foster lit a candle for Victor Clarence Mizelle
Danny & Lori…. so sorry for the loss of your father.I know he meant the world to you. He passed away on the Anniversary March 25th of us losing our Sweet daughter Debbie Shelton. God Bless You and your family â¤
Always a true intertainer and just a good person.
Danny and Lori, I am so sorry for your loss. May God provide comfort for you during this difficult time.
Vic – Sorry to be checking in on you so latte. I saw you at the Sheik, met you at the Satellite, hung out with you here and there, read your book. The last song I heard you play was “Janis Will Rock.” I bet you’re with her in Heaven.
I miss Vic so much – he played in Nelson Elam’s Hi-Cotton Band at Lakeside American Legion for several years until he left us in 2017. But I remember him as a teenager. Teenie Chenault lived on my street (Bruce Street) and their band was so famous back then. They used to play at our Sock Hops at Oak Grove Playground – those were the days. Vic loved the Lord and knew he was going to Heaven. God bless you Danny and family – he loved y’all so much.
Truly sorry about Vic Mizelle’s passing. l have loved the Rock-a-Teens since childhood, and l have his autograph.