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William John Mitchell

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William John Mitchell, also known as “Bill”, was born on October 22, 1965, in Pontiac, MI. He moved to Plano, Texas at age 12 and graduated High School from Texas before moving to Nashville TN where he received his associates in architecture. He received his degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and then moved to Atlanta, GA.  It was in Atlanta where Bill met his wife, Jennifer, and they were married in 1998. 

Bill was an entrepreneur at heart and with the support of his wife and family, he built a successful design company, WJM Designs.  He designed many homes, restaurants, and business spaces throughout the Eastern part of the country. 

His vision for detail and design naturally led him to photography as a hobby. His love for photography started at a young age and led him to travel the world to capture the perfect shot at the perfectly planned time of day. His loving wife, Jennifer, followed in tow helping to carry his photography equipment in rain and snow. Each was always eager for another adventure together that brought them to new places. 

In addition to his wife, Jennifer, he is survived by his mother, Sue Mitchell of New Port Richie, FL., his daughter Jackie Balouch of Marietta, GA.,  his son Adam Yeaple of Marietta, GA., his daughter Kaylyn Mitchell of Marietta, GA., his son Jarrett Mitchell of Marietta, GA., and his granddaughters Quinn and Stella Balouch of Marietta, GA.

5 Comments To "William John Mitchell"

Ron and Linda Crites On Mar 31 2022 at 11am
We are so sorry that we will be unable to attend Bill's Memorial. We are praying for you, Jennifer and your family. God bless. Fond memories of Bill will always be with us. Aunt Linda and Ron. Michigan Reply to this comment
Clint Helton On Dec 07 2021 at 1pm
I remember Bill in my drafting class in highschool, we all had a great time, he was so funny and smart. We didn't keep up after we graduated, other than facebook. I can only imagine through the stories and family post that he was as awesome Husband , Father and Grandpa. He will be greatly missed. Reply to this comment
Sherrie bennett On Dec 06 2021 at 10pm
Will miss your smile, your friendship and miss seeing your pictures you shared of you and Jennifer travels. Rest in peace Reply to this comment
Ken White On Dec 06 2021 at 10pm
Jennifer, Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I was one of Bill’s teachers and coaches in high school. Reply to this comment
Lisa Meznar On Dec 06 2021 at 10pm
I’m so sorry to hear about Bill. I know your love story was amazing…thank you for sharing it me and so many others. Great memories will live on through all of us❤️ Reply to this comment
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