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Stephen Mitchell

City Gate, Connolly Street, Sligo and formerly of Los Angeles, California.

8 Sep, 2021

Storyteller, mentor and friend to many.

Peacefully, surrounded by his loving family at North West Hospice. Stephen, predeceased by his parents Sidney and Clara and sister Susan. Beloved partner of Chantal and dear father of Morgan and Sean. He will be sadly missed by his partner, children, grandchildren Sloan and Ford, twin sisters Clarita and Clarisa and their families, relatives and friends.

Rest in peace.

Reposing at The Foley and McGowan Funeral Home, Market Yard, Sligo on Thursday morning for family only. Funeral will proceed to Mount Jerome Crematorium, Harold’s Cross, Dublin for a Cremation Service at 3:00pm. (Pacific Standard Time 7:00am)

You are welcome to stream his Cremation Service live by clicking ‘Live Stream’ below.

Donations in lieu of flowers if desired to North West Hospice care of The Foley and McGowan Funeral Home, Market Yard, Sligo or by following the link below.

You are welcome to leave a message of condolence for his family below.

You are welcome to leave a message of condolence below for the family – please see form at bottom of page. Alternatively, you can send a private message to the family on info@sligofuneralhome.ie

23 Comments

  1. Chantal, Morgan, Rita + my Mom Risa… sending all you lovely, lovely souls all our love. This loss spans wide and deep for you and for that we are so so sorry. Stephen was blessed to have you and your true love in his life, and we are blessed for knowing him. May his love continue to visit you, when you need it especially the most. We are sending the biggest hugs from across the pond. We are there in spirit, just as Stephen is, and will be tuning in virtually. Chantal, you always have a big place in our family and are always welcome in our homes and around our tables. Love you all very very much.

  2. Sean, we love you more than you know. (I thought I proofread the last message but I accidentally left your name missing – my sincerest apologies.) Your father cares for you greatly. My wish is for you to continue to feel that love in your life. Always here for you. Love you.

  3. Our hearts go out to you, and sending wishes of healing and strength as you navigate this loss.

  4. My most sincere condolences. Stephen was all things mentioned here to myself, a story teller, a mentor, a friend, an inspiration. I’m very saddened by this news!

  5. Stephen brought new joy to my life as an artist. He was a significant mentor. Such a talented writer-he was a gift and gave to many. I enjoyed his repartee, stories about the fascinating people around him and the cars. THE CARS! May his family find solace in knowing he’s touched many.

  6. My sincere condolences to the family.

  7. We are sorry beyond words for your loss. Please accept our sincerest condolences. You are in our thoughts.

  8. My heartfelt condolences to Chantal and entire family of Stephen. I am beyond sad….

  9. Dear Morgan and Sean.

    I’m so very, very sorry for your loss. I’m pleased you were able to be with him a few weeks back while he was able to enjoy seeing you. He told me how much it meant to him. And I’m also happy that you were with him at this time of his departure.

    I want you to know, without any doubt, how much he loved you two. You were his pride and joy.

    Your father meant so very much to me. He was a dear friend and a wonderful mentor. I’ve missed him since he’s been in Ireland, and I will miss him now even more.

    I know you’ll honor his memory by being the very best people you can be, and by remembering and living out the many, many lessons and truths he shared with you both.

    God bless and keep you both.

    Your friend,
    Kevin Courtright

  10. Uncle Steven was a beloved member of our family: It was so exciting to see him at holiday events and family gatherings, and he was always looked up to as such an intelligent, sophisticated and charismatic gentleman. Whenever he spoke, we knew he had something important to say. His love for cars, cinema, travel and other passions was unparalleled, and he will be forever missed by us all. We love you, Uncle Steven

  11. Stephen still lives through his stories and good work he has done all his life but especially Thanks to the love from my dear friend chantal and his family… we are all thinking of you. Barbara, ander, kilian and lia from italy

  12. I am genuinely sorry for your loss.
    Keeping you close in heart and prayer for the loss of your beloved Stephen.
    All my love, Henriette.

  13. Sending light and love. We had a lot of laughter over the years and internet. He will be missed and for all of his insight.

  14. I’m thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace as you remember Stephen.

  15. So very sorry for your loss. Stephen was always involved in intelligent conversations about interesting subjects, His love for

    Exotic Cars, Movies, storytelling. From time to time we have had deep conversations, whether it be at family gatherings or

    through social media. His Love for everyone, especially Morgan, and Sean will always be there through memory. I will think

    of him often, as I think of his family.

    My Love, Tom

  16. You and Stephen are in my thoughts today, Chantal.
    With love,

    Kirsten

  17. Chantal and Morgan, thank you for sharing the service with us. Morgan, that was a beautiful tribute to your father,

    I will always be thankful for Stephen’s humor, mentorship, encouragement, and endless creativity. I am so glad to have had him in my life. I will miss his stories and hearing about how the local cats are doing.

    I am so, so sorry for your loss.

  18. The service was beautiful, although sad beyond words. Morgan, you gave a splendid eulogy. I had never seen a picture of you throughout the years I knew your Dad, and it was wonderful to see you. I was always asking him how you and Sean were doing and if you were making it through one natural disaster after another.

    I am very happy to be able to attend the service virtually. It meant a lot to me to “be” there.

    I wish peace for you, Sean, Chantal, and the entire family.

    Goodnight, Sweet Prince…

  19. Thank you for everything Stephen.

  20. My sincere condolences. This is such sad news. Rest in Peace Stephen. I’ll miss your wit, humor and the special connection we had established. Rest in Peace my good man.

  21. My deepest condolences. We had some great times.

  22. Sending my condolences and prayers to Stephen’s entire family. I am just devastated to hear this news. At a loss for words right now. My heart goes out to everyone who knew him because he will surely be missed. RIP Stephen!

  23. May your soul rest in eternal peace Stephen. I enjoyed the many great stories told and memories made as part of the Sunset Blvd Happy Hour crew.

    My deepest condolences to your family.

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