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Our History... Founded in 1853 by Frank Staffan, the funeral home business has been passed down from father to son for several generations. The Mitchell family moved to Chelsea in 1981.  John Sr. and Gloria Mitchell bought the Staffan Funeral Home from George and Kathryn Staffan, ending a four-generation Staffan legacy.
About Green Burial Staffan-Mitchell Funeral Home continues to be leaders in the industry. We are proud to offer biodegradable caskets, burial shrouds, environmentally friendly embalming fluid, and burial wash.
Memorial Keepsakes Who was this loved one? What were their passions, their beliefs? What did they like to do in their spare time? Who did they love and what were the gifts and joys they gave to us? A memorial should reflect and pay tribute to the person it commemorates.

Staffan-Mitchell

In 2001 the Mitchell family moved the funeral home from the downtown district to its current location at 901 N. Main St. As one of the newest funeral homes built in Washtenaw County, the 8,000 square-foot barrier-free building is spacious and open. It radiates a warm, home-like atmosphere.

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Caskey-Mitchell

Funeral Service in Stockbridge is provided by the Mitchell Family.  John and Gloria, and  son Johnny and his wife Cindy purchased the business from the Caskey family in August of 1995. In 2004 Mike Mitchell joined the business and now the brothers run the operation together.  Since 1995 the Mitchell family has been fortunate to carry on the tradition of care that had been set by the Milner and Caskey Families.

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Reginald N. Jarrell

Reginald N. Jarrell, of Munith, MI, age 87, passed away at home with his family at his side on May 13, 2019. He was born on April 3, 1932, the son of Sam and Della (Hughes) Jarrell. Reginald is survived by his wife, Penny, children Dennis (Rox Ann) Jarrell, Jeffrey (Rita) Jarrell, Judy (Phillip) Boomer, stepson Mark (Emily) Kelley, 7 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild. Also surviving is longtime canine companion, Buster.

Reginald loved watching the Tigers and restoring classic cars. He enjoyed gardening and could grow anything. Preceding him in death was his first wife, Donna (Broesamle) Jarrell, his parents, siblings Bertha Cox, Burns Jarrell, Joseph Jarrell, Dorothy Bentley, Elizabeth Samons, Nellie White, and Lily Smith. Expressions of sympathy may be made to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation or Henry Ford Allegiance Hospice Home.

A gathering of friends with food and fellowship will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Waterloo Twp. Hall, 9773 Mt. Hope Rd, Munith, MI 49259 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Arrangements by Caskey-Mitchell Funeral Home.

 

 

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0 #2 JoAnne Booth 2019-09-17 01:14
To the entire family, especially Judy. Sorry to hear about your father. Keeping you in thought and prayer. Sincerely, JoAnne
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0 #1 Larry Moore 2019-05-16 02:50
Very sorry to see the passing of Reggie.
He was a great guy to work with and know.
Enjoyed the times we have met since retirement.
My thoughts and prayers to Dennis and the whole family. He will be missed.
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