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Whit’s Initiative donates to children’s home


Whit’s Initiative donates to children’s home
Family members of Whitney Mitchell present a donation in her honor to staff at South Texas Children’s Home Ministries in Stockdale. Present were (l-r) Brenda Whitfield, director of counseling, Cyrstal Cox, family therapist; Marki Mitchell, aunt; Dawn Johnson, mother; Kathy Bryant, grandmother; Kyle Luke, vice president of development and communications; and (front) Payton Johnson, sister.


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STOCKDALE -- The staff at South Texas Children’s Home Ministries feels truly blessed by the relationships built with the people they serve. The Mitchell family sought the services of its Family Counseling office in Stockdale after the unforgettable day they lost their beautiful Whitney Mitchell. On Dec. 14, 2014, at only 22 years old, Whitney was in a fatal car crash.  . . .

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