Aubrey H.J. Mitchell, CFSP
Owner/Manager/Funeral Service Licensee/Notary Public
NC Funeral Service Licensee #3143
VA Funeral Service Provider #0502901427
Aubrey Hamilton Jamal Mitchell, a native of Elizabeth City, NC is licensed as a Funeral Director and Embalmer in the states of North Carolina and Virginia. He is married to Gabrielle W. Mitchell and is the son of Paulette M. Smith and Arthur Mitchell, Jr. and is the proud father of Aubrey Elijah, Auria Genise, Avah Brielle and Amia Grace.
He is a 2009 graduate of Pasquotank County High School where he later furthered his education at Tidewater Community College pursing an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Funeral Service Education. He is also National Board Certified to practice Funeral Service in any state upon proper licensure.
His involvement in funeral service spans over 15 years from riding shotgun in the hearse to sweeping out and cleaning cars. His community and funeral service involvement includes being members of:
- Corresponding Secretary, Eastern District Funeral Directors and Morticians Association of North Carolina
- State Chaplain, Funeral Directors and Morticians Association of North Carolina,
- Member, National Funeral Directors and Mortician Association,
- Member, Norfolk Funeral Directors and Embalmers Association,
- Member, Virginia Morticians Associations
- Meridian Lodge #18, Hertford, NC.
- Adah Chapter #35, Hertford, NC
- J.W. Hood Consistory
- Epsilon Nu Delta Mortuary Fraternity, Inc.
He also sits on the Advisory Board for the Mortuary Science program at Tidewater Community College.
He is the Minister of Music and serves as a ordained Deacon at Melton Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Winfall, NC. where Rev. Alvin J. Boone, Sr., is pastor. He also serves as organist for The United Women of Praise. In 2018 he organized the MFCC Celebration of Hope Choir that provides music for services where families may not have music prepared.
He is no stranger to the local funeral industry for he has worked alongside with many families during their most difficult moments to assure them that everything would be alright. He takes special pride in embalming and the care of the deceased and will work hard until a hopeful satisfaction comes from the family.
The ultimate goal of Mr. Mitchell is to extend an extra arm of care and concern to every family he serves.