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My regards to the Pilcher family and friends. I am honored to have worked with Mitch. He was a unique person, full of character, very professional and one of the best SERE instructors I ever had the opportunity to work with. He was and will continue to be the inspiration for many Special Forces Soldiers that passed through Camp Mackall doors. Here’s to you Mitch! “Never Forgotten”
“May the road rise to meet you”
“May the wind be always at your back”
“May the sun shine warm upon your face”
MSG Frank Spence
USA, SF, Retired
~ Frank Spence - October 6, 2018
Judy - we are so sorry for your loss. Mitch was a dear soul - we loved his visits at Atria - he had such a vibrant personality and everyone loved visiting with him. Mitch will be missed by many - you are in my thoughts and prayers.
~ Joyce Long - October 4, 2018
Mitch was like a brother to me also and although we never shared the same last name we do share the same middle name (Dean). Maybe just one of many things that made us good friends. In high school, we hung out almost daily and both Mitch and his parents treated me like one of their own. We had so many fun times and laughs together yet went through some tough times too.
The two of us joined different branches of the armed forces not long after school and lost touch over the years as good friends often times do, but I loved Mitch and he will always be a part of my life that will go with me into eternity.
I too, was stunned by the news of his tragic accident and have been in somewhat of a fog since then but have been praying for Judy, Maggie, Kevin and all of Mitch's family, friends and loved ones. Specifically, my prayer has been for God to bring healing and peace to our broken hearts.
In the Good Book, Jesus said: "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends". This is the kind of courage and strength Mitch was made of. It is evident in the way he loved his family and served his country. We all owe him our deepest respect and gratitude.
~ Jeff Rindom - October 3, 2018
I'm sure gonna miss you, buddy. As you are laid to rest, a flag is being flown in your honor over southern Syria.
You will not be forgotten, Comrade.
~ Comrade KP - October 3, 2018
My deepest sympathy to the family. I went to school with Mitch. He was a great guy. His service to our country is admirable. Rest In Peace in Harley Heaven dear friend.
~ Susan Miller - October 3, 2018
when we met him and Judy we thought what fun people to be around,the way him and Joe would go back and forth cutting each others stories in the service was so funny . he was like a gentle giant such a fun loving guy. he truly will be missed . I know you were in the army but i won't hold that against you.SEMPER- FI my brother.
~ Lawrence & DEBORAH NEWMAN - October 3, 2018
I've known Mitch since 1994, he was a peer, a mentor and a friend. You can always count on Mitch to brighten your day, regardless of the circumstance. Condolences to your family. You will be missed my brother. Gone but will never be forgotten.
~ Pierre Aslou - October 2, 2018
I’m so sorry to learn about Mitch’s passing. I knew Mitch from high school. He always had a smile and was adventurous and full of energy. I really enjoyed seeing him at our 40th class reunion, and was impressed with all of his military accomplishments.
~ Dee Duling - October 2, 2018
Mitch, was a close and dear friend, his passion for life and riding motorcycles were definitely his funnest, of times which I have had the pleasure to ride with. Mitch and I have rode together on rides several different occasions.
~ Russell Rounds - October 2, 2018
Mitch was the rarest of friends, one who you could count on and one who looked out for you. Loyal and funny while defined and loving. Large enough in stature to quell a riot while soft inside as a loving father and devoted husband. The times we had are now cherished memories stored with treasures among the ones that bring a smile or cause one to giggle. Rest now my friend, until we meet again my brother... Semper Fidelis, Sven
~ Sven Laamann - October 2, 2018
My condolences to the family, I knew Mitch as a child, grew up with him and Kevin off of Meadow Lane in Topeka. I was wanting to come meet and talk with him since I heard he moved back. I guess that time has passed. Maybe one day I can meet with his family. I am so sorry.
God bless you
Pat (Ewing) Stoffer
~ Patricia Ewing Stoffer - October 2, 2018
Miss you my friend... YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!!!
~ DORIS CAMACHO - October 2, 2018
The end of an era is upon us... I've struggled for days to try and pinpoint how heartbroken I am at the news that Mitch is gone. He seemed to be one of those people that is so legendary, they could never die. I suppose this is why I have grappled with my grief from day to day, trying to let the reality of it all sink in. Mitch became "my big brother" in 2008, after the unfortunate death of my own brother. We shared a common bond that no one really wants to share with anyone, and understood that some losses are so profound that they tie people together for life. Mitch instantly took a shine to my son, Evan, and quickly that shine was reciprocated. "Uncle Mitch" & "Aunt Judy" were our stand in family for years. We spent weekends, football games, family dinners, holidays, & special occasions with them as if they were our family by blood. A close friend recently told me, sometimes the family you choose holds a stronger bond than the family you're born into. I have never felt it more true than I did Friday night, when I learned by brother had been taken so tragically, before we were ready to let go. Mitch was always a good time to be around, anyone that has met him can tell you that. But I saw a different side as well; a quiet, caring side. Those moments when he took me aside and offered me that side of him will never be forgotten... though of course, I'll never hear another Allman Brothers, Elvis, Jackson Brown, Led Zepplin, or Matchbox 20 song again without the memory of Mitch's voice bellowing through my head. Judy and Maggie, our hearts go out to you in this time of grief. Evan and I cried and cried Friday night in sheer disbelief. We regret that we cannot make it down this Thursday to join you in celebrating his incredible life. I look forward to touching base soon, and hopefully we can come up with a celebration of life befitting Mitchell in the future. If there is anything we can do, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We love you very much and miss you. Our love and admiration for Mitchell Dean will never die. <3
~ Angela Smith - October 2, 2018
Judy, Maggie, family and friends....
Wishing you all peace to offer you comfort
courage to face the days ahead
and loving memories to hold on to forever in your hearts.
I will fondly remember Mitch with a karaoke microphone
in his hand bellowing out some rock'n roll.
My heart is sad and my thoughts and prayers
are with you all at this time.
~ Sue Ogas - October 2, 2018
Sending thoughts and prayers to all of Mitch’s family and friends. Rest In Peace big guy.
~ Michelle Carpenter - October 2, 2018
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