Obituaries

Mitchell Stamm

Mitchell Bruce Stamm was the beloved son of Donald, who preceded him in death, and Audrey, and the brother of Leonard, brother-in-law of Susan, uncle of Michael and Lauren.

Mitch received a bachelor of arts degree from Antioch College and a masters degree in philosophy and education from the Teachers College. He was a philosopher, teacher, poet, singer-songwriter and guitarist. Mitch will be dearly missed by his family and many friends. Private services are to be held. Donations in Mitch’s memory may be made to the Fund for Antioch College, Antioch College, One Morgan Place, Yellow Springs.

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One Response to “Mitchell Stamm”

  1. Cynthia Rush says:

    Mitchell participated in The Dayton Folk Music Sing-Along Meetup — a group where people get together once a month to sing folk songs — and he loved it. We enjoyed his music. He wrote so many songs of his own that he published a little book called Sing Along with Mitch, and left copies of it at one of the coffee houses where our group met (Expressions Coffeehouse in Fairborn). In his final months he had “found” Fairborn (he moved there) and Expressions, and I think it truly felt like “home” for him. When he performed at open mic night at Expressions, people loved him and loved his music. He was really great! He’ll be missed by our group and by my husband and me. — Cynthia Rush (and Patrick Coffey)

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