Former Enumclaw resident Patricia “Patty” (Hines) Mitchell died Feb. 28, 2015. She was 84.
She was born April 10, 1930, near Issaquah, Wash., to the late John and Mary Hines. She lived in Issaquah, Bremerton and Seattle during her childhood years. She married Howard Cammon and they resided in Issaquah. After his death, she remarried in 1970 to Charles Mitchell and moved to Enumclaw. Upon retirement, they moved to Packwood, Wash.
She loved gardening, music and art. A member of the Squawk Valley Singers, she played the kazoo and sang. While living in Issaquah, she was involved in the Eagles Auxiliary where she served two terms as madam president. She was an active member in the Alpine Art Guild in Enumclaw in the 1970s. She also enjoyed reading and walking.
She is survived by sisters Joyce Wilson of Seattle and Martha Dodds of Warner Robbins, Ga.; children Erin Adkins of Auburn, Lindy (Donnie) Jackson of Auburn, Rolf (Sue) Mitchell of Sequim, Wash., Pam Mitchell of Everett and Leona (Kevin) Doege of Spokane Valley, Wash.; 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by brother Dale Hines; sisters Ruthie Blackwood, Eva Polk, Edna Jensen and Jackie Payne; son Chuck Mitchell; and husband Charlie Mitchell.
Services are planned for 4 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at the Best Western Hotel in Ocean Shores, Wash., followed by spreading of her ashes, along with husband Charlie’s, in the Pacific Ocean.