Sep 05, 2017

TAPS: LT Mitchell Reed St. Clair, LT, USN

28 August 2017, LT Mitchell Reed St. Clair, LT, USN. 39.

Mitchell was born in Tacoma, WA to Diane M. Turrell and the late William R. St. Clair.  He served as an officer in the US Navy.  Mitchell was a certified open water diver who enjoyed snow skiing and bow hunting.

Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife, Marisa St. Clair; daughter, Ainsley St. Clair; mother, Diane; siblings, Robyn, Monica, and AJ; Aunt Penny Kirk and her husband David; uncle Lee St. Clair; and a host of other family and friends.

A life celebration service will be held on Saturday, September 2, 2017 at Altmeyer Funeral Home, Chesapeake , VA, at 2:00pm.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (Pancan) c/o www.TMCFunding.com.  

Rear Admiral Robert Sharp, Commnder of the Office of Naval Intelligence (OMONI) passes this:

"I''m sorry to inform you that earlier this week, we lost of one of our Naval Intelligence shipmates, LT Mitchell St. Clair, after a long, courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.  Mitch spent his entire Naval career as a quintessential intelligence professional, enlisting in the Navy in 2005 as an Intelligence Specialist and later gaining his commission as an Intelligence Officer in 2010.

Since last November, Mitch was assigned to NAVIFOR N35 as a strategist and operational planner.  Mitch was a superb intelligence professional, husband, and father with an incredibly positive attitude.

Details about the service, along with space to share memories about Mitch, are at the link below.

http://www.altmeyerfuneralandcremation.com/obituary/mittchell-reed-st-clair/

NAVIFOR will have a strong showing to support the family.

Please keep Mitch's family in your thoughts and prayers, remembering his dedication to the Navy and his passion for Naval Intelligence.  Mitch's fighting spirit and optimistic outlook touched many within our community and he will be greatly missed.

The family is also planning for internment at Arlington National Cemetery.
Details of that ceremony, once available, will be published and we encourage everyone to help ensure Naval Intelligence is well represented.