Sangerville- The family of Mitchell Lee Nuite, is sad to announce that March 10, 2018, we lost our sweet angel and our hearts are breaking. We were honored and blessed to be his parents and are so grateful for the 21 years he was with us and he will forever be in our hearts.
Mitchell was a graduate of Piscataquis Community High School, Class of 2016, where he enjoyed many sports including soccer, basketball, baseball, and wrestling. He was an automobile enthusiast with a great passion for trucks which was encouraged by the Dexter Vocational program he attended. Mitch was enrolled in the C.M.C.C. Ford Asset Program, which partners with Darling’s Ford of Bangor as part of his education. They offered him a long term position as a Ford certified mechanic and offered him additional training to further his knowledge after his graduation this spring.
He loved music, and spending time with friends and family, including his beloved pets Desmond, Sage, Ruby, and Sam. Family and friends remember him as a jokester with a brilliant smile, a powerful laugh, and an unwavering work ethic. Please say a prayer for our boy and the hurt we are now left with.
Mitchell was predeceased by his grandfathers, Gene Johnson and Bradley Nuite, and his devoted dog, Coby. He is survived by his parents, Barrett Nuite, and Lynn and Mark Dyer, all of Sangerville; step-sister, Michelle Deny of Nova Scotia; grandmothers, Myrna Johnson and Sally Nuite, of Sangerville; and aunts and uncles, Lori-Jean and Tim Bishop, Lance and Lorie Johnson, Leisha and Andy MacDougall, Lewis and Loretta Nuite, George Nuite, Blaine and Janette Nuite, Warren Nuite, Catrina Nuite, Melynn Nuite, and Maradee and Jim Jacoby. Mitchell was very close with Uncle Wilson Nuite; David and Barbara Lockwood; Amanda and Fred Maddocks; his girlfriend, Amber Jusczak; special best friends, Christian Mumley, Doran LaBree, and Ethan Cooley; and numerous loving cousins and friends.
A celebration of Mitchell’s life will be held 2PM Wednesday, March 14, 2018, at the Grace Bible Church, 40 Doughty Hill Road, Sangerville. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial contributions be made to a scholarship fund in Mitchell’s name at the Piscataquis Community High School, 9 Campus Drive, Guilford, Maine 04443. Arrangements are in the care of the Lary Funeral Home. Messages of condolence may be expressed at www.laryfuneralhome.com.