In memory of

Olga Mitchell

April 26, 1952 -  October 29, 2022

Surrounded by her family Olga Mitchell, in her 70th year, passed peacefully on October 29, 2022 at Princess Margaret Hospital. Born to Ruby and Oscar Corriah in St. Catherine, Jamaica. Cherished wife of Ettophel Mitchell, with whom she shared 40 beautiful years together. Proud mother of Claudia. Devoted grandmother of two beautiful grandchildren. Adored by many nieces, nephews, surviving brothers and sisters and extended family. Olga had a love and passion for cooking, baking and cherished every moment she spent with family. She will be fondly remembered and never forgotten by everyone that was fortunate enough to encounter her.
May she rest in peace.

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The Simmons Family (Family)

Entered November 5, 2022 from Canada

We were deeply saddened to learn of Aunty Tibbs' passing. She was a wonderful woman who lit up a room with her laugh and joy. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Our thoughts, prayers and condolences to Uncle Etto and all of the family, may God provide you with comfort now and always.

Lorna Bryan, Hopie (Friend)

Entered November 6, 2022 from Toronto canada

Gone too soon my friend, may you rest in eternal peace , sleep well my little butterfly, sleep well.

Philezeta fisher (Friend)

Entered November 7, 2022 from Lake city

Olga was a beautiful soul .with every one she comes in contact with.
May her soul rest in peace.

Roshane Reid (Niece-in-law)

Entered November 7, 2022 from St. Thomas, Jamaica

My family is truly saddened by the passing of Auntie Olga, with whom I remained in contact through calls, voice notes, the sharing of pictures and family updates. She was an illustrious member of our extended family - one of few to be called Mrs. Mitchell and the only remaining one at the time of her passing. Personally, I remember her several visits to Jamaica. She spent this time with dear family members in Linstead, St. Catherine (including her precious Brother Harry, other relatives) and in-laws in Arcadia District, St. Thomas. In particular, we looked forward to the visit by the Mitchell's family at Christmas time/ early January which was a period of great merriment. We made every effort to ensure that they had a good time, which included as much organic Jamaican foods as possible such as our staple dishes of breadfruit with ackee & saltfish and fried fish & bammy. As a teenager, I was fond of her use of make-up which she was always keen to bring back to Jamaica for me. I adored her cleanliness; there was no other person in this world that was as clean as Auntie Olga. During the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic when many countries were on lockdown, I even joked with her in a telephone conversation that if the world was as hygienic as her, then this virus would have never spread. She laughed endlessly on the phone because she knew it was true. Even when she visited Jamaica, she doubled down in the kitchen as she exemplified pristine household practices. She was a homemaker, a family woman and a believer in the true and living God. May her soul rest in peace and light perpetual shine on her.

Stacey Annika Corriah (niece)

Entered November 10, 2022 from Texas USA

How I would describe her.
She is love, kind, affectionate, selfless, no nonsense, caring. (eg) as a child growing up in Jamaica and she would visit us, the way how I see her care for family members and friends in the country, that she would make it her point of duty to visit, and shared whatever little she brought among us all ensuring that everybody was happy. To me that was priceless. even in our final days when she could not do much for herself she asked Pam to send my dad her baby brother whom she worried about a lot (Joseph Corriah) some money for her. she was more than a auntie to me, she was more like a mom. whenever I was having any problems she was the one that I would call and she would listen to me and try to give me her best advice. If she didn’t hear from me for a while she would send me a text or call to say I AM JUST CHECKING IN. The beauty about this all I have all these wonderful memories of my auntie Olga a.k.a. auntieTIBS that will always warm my heart whenever I think about her. she was laughter and forever will be missed.


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