Oweida Mitchell

April 1, 1958 - July 26, 2020

04/01/1958 - 07/26/2020

Past Services

Service
Tuesday August 18, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Additional Information:

Greenlawn Memorial Park

2700 Parish Ave, Newport News, VA 23607

To livestream the service to your device, please click here

Oweida Mitchell, 62, passed away on July 26, 2020.  Oweida was born in Nashville, TN on April 1, 1958 to Charles E. Henderson and the late Ernestine E. Henderson.  She is survived by her three sons Charles B. Henderson, Steven A. Claiborne, and Alonzo Claiborne. Also left to remember her are three sisters Sharon Crawford, Charlotte Henderson, and Sylvia Dennis as well as her many family members in Nashville, TN and Norfolk, VA.

Oweida was loved and will be remembered for her ability to smile in the face of any adversity.  She will be missed.

Oweida Mitchell, 62, passed away on July 26, 2020. A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Greenlawn Memorial Park, 2700 Parish Ave, Newport News, VA 23607. To livestream the service to your device, please click here.

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1 year ago

One Year Anniversary of Oweida’s Passing

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2 years ago

Oweida in middle with two of her sisters, Sharon and Charlotte

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2 years ago

july 15 2017

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2 years ago

teen years

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2 years ago

circa 1979

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2 years ago

Oweida’s message to sister – Always Willing to Lift Up Others in Christ – That was Oweida! Praise God for Her!

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2 years ago

Sister to Sister – Card from Oweida to Sharon 2019

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Oweida with Sons at Christmas YR2014

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2 years ago

Oweida – as a child

Alonza Claiborne
10 months ago

My loving mother. Full of strength,grace, and wisdom. I will always love her. Always kept her in my heart. She was part of me. I always will miss her. The times we talked she was so happy she would cry with tears of joy. I just send my prayers up in the sky. Knowing she will always be missed and know that she was an angel upon this earth. R.I.P. Love you mom From your son Alonza