Mitchell Dean Pfaff of Alma Center passed unexpectedly on October 13, 2021 at the Black River Memorial Hospital.

Mitch was born March 14, 1968 to Wilfred (Fred) and Patricia (Hall/Brey) Pfaff in rural Mindoro. His family moved to Alma Center in 1971. Mitch graduated Lincoln High-Alma Center in 1986. Following graduation Mitch joined the workforce, currently employed at D & S Manufacturing in Black River Falls.

Mitch was a devoted family man and amazing uncle to his many nephews and nieces. Mitch enjoyed listening to heavy metal and rock music, fishing, hunting and was an avid garage saler and auction attendee. He had a great love of animals and spent many hours tending to his herd of goats, chickens, ducks, turkeys, pigs and geese among other animals. He and his beloved Veronica threw amazing 4th of July parties at their home, everyone was welcome. He never missed wishing his brothers and sisters Happy birthday, holiday or anniversary.

Mitch loved getting out with family and friends, spending countless hours rummage sales, fishing and the annual spring/fall brothers fishing weekend. He was a great supporter of his nephew’s sporting events, always there to cheer them on. He never met a party he wasn’t the life of.

Mitch is survived by his beloved Veronica Hill of Alma Center; his siblings Edward Pfaff-Black River Falls, Lori Pfaff-Huntsville, AL, Kevin (Stephanie) Pfaff-Independence, Dale (Trish) Pfaff-Black River Falls, Lisa Pfaff-Alma Center, Adam Pfaff-Fairchild; 11 nephews and nieces: Sami McCloskey, Kali Rochester, Kristin (Jose) Rivera, Elizabeth Pfaff, Nathan Pfaff, Henry Pfaff, Jose Maldonado, Ian Pfaff, Erin Pfaff, Alexander Pfaff and Wesley Pfaff.

Mitch was preceded in death by his parents Wilfred (Fred) Pfaff, Patricia Brey, step-dad Verlyn Brey and grandparents.

Family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all family and friends.

A memorial service and “Celebration of Mitchel’s Life” will be held Friday October 22, 2021 at 3:00 PM at the Alma Center United Methodist Church, 310 S. Church St., Highway F. The Reverend Terry Marg will officiate. Friends may call on the family before the service, from 1:00 to 3:00 PM at the church. A luncheon will be provided following the service for continued fellowship and time for sharing.

The Jensen-Modjeski funeral home, 128 S. Hoffman St., in Hixton is serving the family, (715)963-2311.

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