MVEF Annuals can be purchased at any Idaho State Park and online.Rudy grew up on the old family farm in Elizabeth, CO, until he was 14 years of age at which time the family moved to California.When he moved back to Lewiston after college, in addition to taking over the family business, Mike also started dating the love of his life, Arlene R. Knowing that Arlene worked at the local swimming pool, Mike would drive by in his red convertible with hope of getting the chance to talk to her.
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Dad was a skilled commercial and domestic mechanic.
He enjoyed tinkering with anything that had an engine, never stopping until it worked properly again. He loved to share his big catch with the grandkids.
Funeral services will take place on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 2 p.m.. Mike was born June 5, 1925, to George and Loretta Mitchell. In 1940, Mike moved back to Lewiston and his family to continue his high school education. After graduating, he returned to Lewiston and joined his father in managing Mitchell Distributing, a beer business his father had started after prohibition.