Rev. Barry Mitchell Sr.

Barry Mitchell pic 2Rev. Barry Mitchell, 58, of Killeen, Texas passed away on Saturday, October 11, 2014 at Seton Health Center. His family received friends and other guests during visiting hours on Monday, October 13 from 12 noon until 2pm, the time of service. Services were held at Victory Pentecostal Church in College Station. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

Rev. Mitchell was born to the late Howard Matthew and Rosa Louise Mitchell on April 1, 1956. He received the Holy Ghost at the age of 8 and baptized in Jesus’ name at age 14. Rev. Mitchell began preaching the gospel on August 18, 1973. After serving in the US Army he attend Texas Bible College in 1979. Shortly later he served as two years as Pastor of The Apostolic Church of Summerville, Ga. The International Ministerial Association ordained him in January 25, 1994. He had a Master of Religious Education and awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters for Leadership and Community Service in the City of Atlanta, Georgia. And was a licensed minister of the United Pentecostal Church International. He has served in various mistrial roles as a Youth Leader, Sunday School Director, Christian School Administrator, Administrative Pastor, Assistant Pastor, Pastor and Ministers Trainer.

He is survived by his two sons and daughter-in-law Reverend Barry Matthew Mitchell Jr and his wife Roxana of College Station, Tx, Travis Andrew Mitchell of Waco, Ga.; his brothers Kenneth Mitchell and his late wife Louise of Murfreesboro, Tn., Wayne Mitchell and his wife Jan of Rome, Georgia; his living uncle Reverend Billy J. Wilson and wife Betty of Hinesville, Georgia; along with close friends, cousins, nephews and other relatives.

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  1. I was very shocked and saddened when I heard Barry had gone home to Jesus. I was in the hospital and did not know he was sick. Barry and I lived at the same retirement home. Barry was a good friend and a wonderful man, he will be missed by all the residence at Rosewood. God bless each and every family member and friend, We are never ready to let our loved ones go. Look to Jesus for comfort. A good friend, Betty Dutcher

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. Barry and I lived at the same retirement home. He was a wonderful person and a good friend, we will all miss him very much. God bless you all, Betty Dutcher

  3. I am very sorry for your loss. Barry was a wonderful person & friend. He will be missed. God bless you all, Betty Dutcher

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