Mitchell Colbert was born in Bakersfield, CA to Zelma Johnson and William “Bill” Weaver on December 11, 1952. He attended Bakersfield High School and graduated class of 1969. Mitchell enjoyed westerns/ action movies and even a Disney princess movie here and there. Art, coloring, chess, dominoes, listening to old school classics and jazz were also his interests too. He enjoyed working on cars and was the owner of a portable car washing/detailing services, “Care & Love Mobile Detailing”. Mitchell was the Jack of all trades, and he thrived when he was needed. He loved building things with hands and was always willing to help.
He took pride in providing for his family. He hardly met a stranger. You were often met with a smile and his jokes which displayed his comical personality. He was a strong, kind and had a gentle soul that made anybody feel safe and loved. It was always natural to embrace is presence.
He is preceded in Death by William “Bill” Weaver (Father), Mitchell Colbert Jr. (Son), Tyrone Johnson (Brother) and Randy Johnson (Brother)
Mitchell leaves to honor his memories; his spouse Charlene Colbert and their children; Michael Colbert, Marvin Colbert, and his stepdaughter Kineta Canady. His paramour Mildred Alexander, their children; Marcus Colbert, Marshalita Colbert, Miracle Colbert, and Mitchell Colbert II. His Grandchildren; Aushanti Colbert, Mai’kelle Colbert, Mitchell Colbert III, Jayden Colbert, Mariah Colbert, Jamarea Colbert, Mikayla Colbert, Meralynn Blount, Paris Blount, London Blount Arnez Lee Jr. Blount III, and Delilah Blount.
Mitchell was the oldest of his surviving siblings; Glenda Johnson, Lorinda Grant, Johnny Grant Jr., Marchelle Grant, Kevin Wafford, Claudia Weaver and many nieces, nephews, and extended family.
The family of Mitchell Colbert wishes to extend our sincere thanks to all our family and friends.
There will not be a formal repast.
God Bless and be safe.
He showed me the world “around the world”
He was understanding and loving always there when you needed him. he gave good advice on how to navigate through the negativity in life and he always showed you how to turn negative into a positive to make you a better person
Pops made sure we knew each other as a family, whenever we called, he was there no matter what! he made sure he kept his cars clean.
I loved how he was always spontaneous, we bonded over play fighting and watching movies together.
Rest in Peace Uncle Mitchell. You are loved.