Funeral services for Alton W. Mitchell, Sr. will be held at 11 am Friday, April 22, 2022 at Robeline First Baptist Church with Bro. Brian Ray officiating. Burial will follow at Old Robeline Cemetery under the direction of Blanchard-St. Denis Funeral Home. The family will receive friends after 5 pm on Thursday the 21st of April, at Robeline First Baptist Church located at 7739 Oak Street, Robeline, LA 71469. Alton, 73 years of age and a resident of Robeline, passed away on April 19, 2022 in Natchitoches. He was born on January 29, 1949 to Fred and Mildred Irene Brown Mitchell in Robeline, LA. He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings, Evelyn Mitchell, Quinton Mitchell, Shirley Harrison, and Kerry Freeman. He is survived by his wife of 22 years, Robbin Winslow Mitchell; his children, Johnny Holland, Sr. and wife Susie, Terry Mitchell and wife Cindy, Gary Mitchell and wife Gwen, Jerry Mitchell, Sr. and wife Angel, Shannon Mitchell, Charlotte Mitchell, Juanita Carter, Amanda Carter, Tabitha Medina and husband Freddy, Alton Mitchell, Jr., Shelby Winslow and husband Michael Shoemaker, Sr., and Dustie Mitchell; brothers, Jack and Alvah Mitchell; and a sister, Geneva Elliott. He was blessed with 34 grandchildren, Christa Holland, Johnny Holland, Jr., Precious Holland, Vanessa Birdwell, Haley Shirley, Santanna Mitchell, Michelle Mitchell, Jerry Mitchell, Jr., Heather Mitchell, Brooke Ingalls, Dustin Powell, Robert Powell, Ashley Banks, Victoria Bynog, Brittany Bynog, Melissa Gumbellot, Karina Gumbellot, Dorothy Morales, Adrian Carter, Madelyn Medina, Elizabeth Medina, Exavier Medina, Jessi Medina, Savanna Mitchell, Taylor Shoemaker, Riley Shoemaker, Michael Shoemaker, Cameron Shoemaker, Easton Mitchell and Avery Jordan; 25 great grandchildren, 1 great-great grandchild and numerous nieces and nephews. Alton was a faithful and loving husband, a great Dad, and a proud grandfather. An excellent provider for his family, he often sacrificed his own needs for the sake of his family and friends. He was a hard worker and worked for many years in the timber industry as a logger. In his spare time, he enjoyed hunting, especially hog hunting, but most importantly he enjoyed spending time with his family that he dearly loved. We take comfort in knowing one day we will be reunited with him in Heaven.