Mitchell Brian Cash, beloved husband, father, and friend, passed away on December 10, 2023, at St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood, Colorado. Born on June 29, 1951, Mitchell's life was filled with love, courage, and creativity that touched the hearts of all who knew him.
Mitchell's career at The Home Depot as a Build and Fix specialist allowed him to showcase his immense talent and passion for woodworking. His skilled hands brought forth countless creations that will forever be by those lucky enough own them. Mitchell's to his craft was unrivaled, and his knowledge made him an invaluable asset to both coworkers and customers.
However, it wasn't just in his professional life where Mitchell left an indelible mark. It was in the memories he created with his loved ones that truly defined him. One particular memory that stands out is the time he spent building mini cabins with his son Matthew. The laughter shared and the bond formed during these moments will always be cherished as a testament to Mitchell's loving nature and devotion to creating lasting experiences.
Mitchell's education included high school, where he laid a foundation for a lifetime of learning and personal growth. He was a quick-witted and dependable individual who possessed a remarkable ability to share knowledge effortlessly.
In addition to his many admirable qualities, Mitchell served in the Air Force proudly. His military service instilled in him discipline and a sense of duty that he carried throughout his life.
Woodworking was not merely a profession for Mitchell; it was one of his greatest passions and hobbies. He found solace and joy in working with wood, transforming ordinary pieces into something extraordinary. Whether it was crafting furniture or constructing intricate designs, Mitchell poured his heart and soul into every project he undertook.
While Mitchell achieved many great things throughout his life, there is no doubt that his proudest accomplishment was his family. He was a loving and devoted husband to his wife, Deborah Cash, and a source of constant support and inspiration for his son, Matthew. Mitchell's unwavering love and guidance will continue to resonate within their hearts, reminding them of the incredible man he was.
Mitchell's personality radiated with traits that set him apart – courageous, willing, mighty, loving, brave, creative, fatherly, friendly, sharing, smart, quick-witted, dependable, and reliable. These qualities not only endeared him to those around him but also made him an exceptional human being.
As we bid farewell to Mitchell Brian Cash today, let us celebrate the life he lived and the memories he created. Though our hearts are heavy with grief at his passing, let us find solace in knowing that his legacy will continue to live on in the hearts of those he loved.
In this time of sorrow and remembrance, we extend our deepest sympathies to Deborah Cash (wife), Matthew Cash (son), and all who were fortunate enough to have known Mitchell. May his soul find eternal peace and may we find comfort in the memories we shared with him.
Please see the attached Document labeled "Fort Logan Staging Area C" for a map on exact location of staging area.
Pleas don't be late.
Tuesday, January 2, 2024
9:15 - 10:00 am (Mountain time)
Fort Logan National Cemetery
Military honors & a moment to share memories
Staging Area C
PLEASE DO NOT BE LATE