Eloise G. Mitchell, age 75, of Cambridge and formerly of Isanti, died November 24, 2021 at Rosewood Senior Living. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 A.M. Saturday, November 27th at Long Lake Lutheran Church in Isanti with a visitation one hour prior. Interment Long Lake Community Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to The Indy Foundation, 4 13th Ave N, Waite Park, MN 56387, Phone: (320) 290-7485
Eloise Gayle (Isaackson) Mitchell was born on November 2, 1946, to Glen and Elsie Isaackson. She attended Cottonwood High School and graduated in 1964. On November 4, 1969 Eloise married Arne Allen Mitchell. During their marriage they lived in Minneapolis, Champlin and finally Isanti, Minnesota.
Eloise worked at Waltek until she retired in 2005 due to a stroke. She spent many years involved in church activities including coaching and watching softball at Long Lake Lutheran Church. Her hobbies also included baking, crafting, watching her favorite soap operas and cheering on her favorite Minnesota sport teams.
Eloise passed away November 24, 2021 at the age of 75. She is preceded in death by her parents, Glen and Elsie Isaackson; husband, Arne; sister, Darlene Isaackson; in-laws, Allen and Donna Mitchell and brother-in-law, Mark Mitchell.
She is survived by her sister, Gwen (Chuck) Norland; brother, Dennis (Jody) Isaackson; her children, Chad (Anne) Mitchell, Derrick (Traci) Mitchell, and Billie Podgorak (David Thelen); her six grandchildren, Samantha (Joshua) Spar, Brittany Mitchell, Justin Mitchell ,Vickie Anderson, Schaleen (Ben) Garfield, and Kenny Mitchell; two great-grandchildren, Lukas and Noah Spar along with many relatives and friends.
I love you mom. 😍
Sorry for your loss.
You always encouraged me and brought joy into my life. The state fair memories will live on.
Lana Nyblom says
I am so sorry for your loss. My Mom, Dorothy Dalen and Eloise were friends at Rosewood and enjoyed the watching the Twins together. My Mom passed on the 25th, so her and Eloise are together again. I enjoyed visiting with Eloise when I went to see Mom. Eloise was a very soft spoken sweet lady!!