Mitchell Lee Hammond
Mitchell Lee Hammond, born August 4th, 1981 in Riverdale Georgia to Katherine Renee Sanders and Norval Lee Hammond Jr. Mitchell Passed away June 6th 2021 in Jennings Missouri. A Celebration of Life will be planned at a later date.
He was preceded in death by Grand Parents Joe Sanders and Judy Schroeder, Mother Katherine Renee Sanders, Father Norval Lee Hammond Jr., Dad “Old Man” Harlan Russell Lansdown and Aunt Claudetta “Casey” Roudybush.
Mitchell is survived by his Children Nieasha, Trey, Taron, Tye Harlan and Rhiannon Hammond, two expected Grand Babies whom he loved dearly; his Brothers and their Spouses, Quentin and Rashelle Hammond and Michael and Kelly Hammond; his Nieces Latesha, Alyssa, Gabriella and Sheante; Grand Niece Kataria Rose and Nephews Jordan, Michael Jr. and Jayden Hammond; Step Dad Roger Lansdown; Step Sisters, Annette Haden and Husband Ricky, Leanna Elliott and Husband Shaun and Deejay Luckey; Uncle Mike Sanders and Grand Mother and her spouse Joann and Junior Carter;
Mitchell loved listening to music, exercising and was an avid reader and loved to learn. He took pride in being Educated and in Educating himself. Mitchell had his Wastewater Treatment Operator Certification and planned to finish his Associates degree in Diesel Mechanics and Business Administration in July of 21 and was in the process of starting his own Trucking and Logistics Company. He was a skilled Welder, Handy Man and Truck Driver.
Mitchell will be remembered for his tenacity, enthusiasm and his love of philosophical and intellectual conversation. Most of all he will be remembered for his love of Family.
Thought is an attribute that really does belong to me. This alone cannot be detached from me. I am, I exist; this is certain. But for how long? For as long as I think. Because perhaps it could also come to pass that if I should cease from all thinking I would then utterly cease to exist. I now admit nothing that is not necessarily true. I am therefore precisely only a thing that thinks; that is, a mind or soul, or intellect, or reason – words the meaning of which I was ignorant before. Now, I am a true thing, and truly existing, but what kind of thing? I have said it already; a thing that thinks. -Descartes-