Marizza “Mitch” Mitchell passed away Friday, April 9, 2021. She is preceded in death by her grandfather Victor Delgado. Left to cherish her memory are her biological father, Phillip Mitchell; father, Daniel Grant and wife Tanya Grant; mother Tiffany Quini and husband, Marc Quini; brothers, Nathaniel Grant, and Sean Grant; sister, Abigail Mitchell; grandparents, Gina and Victor Lawrence, Carolina Delgado, John and Marlene Grant, and Doris Vradenburg; aunts Ashley Delgado, Olivia (and Eric) Ober, Rachel (and Jim) Spears, and Lisa Vradenburg-Fairbanks (and Kenneth); Uncle Richard (and Renata) Mitchell, nephews Malachai Grant and Preston Fairbanks; niece, Lydia Mitchell, a host of many other family and friends, and her beloved dog and sidekick, Lucifer. Marizza excelled at everything she did. Her creativity was off the charts, and she was self-taught when she wanted to learn a new skill. Playing the drums, guitar, photography and poetry were a few of the skills she taught herself. Marizza loved to meet people and make new friends. She loved to travel and chronicle her adventures through her photography. Marizza was an animal lover. She loved all types of animals, especially dogs, racoons, and she was fascinated by sharks. Throughout her short life, she traveled all over the United States. She was a free spirit and was up for anything. At the same time, she was a voice of reason. From a young age, her friends and family sought out her counsel. Marizza graduated with honors and received her College Associates Degree at the same time she graduated from High School. Her most prized accomplishments were: D.E.C.A. National Vice President, being the School Mascot Tuffy the Eagle, Soldier of the Cycle, and Momma Duck to her Devil Ducks. Marizza will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. She is gone, but will never, ever be forgotten.