Saraland-Satsuma Community Education Advisory Council, Inc. d/b/a Saraland-Satsuma-Chickasaw Scholarship Foundation
Giving Need & Merit Based Scholarships to Seniors
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The Ron and Theresa Mitchell Scholarship

Ron and Theresa Mitchell are honored to help the students of Satsuma High School by participating in the Saraland-Satsuma-Chickasaw Scholarship Fund. My first year at Satsuma School was in 1954 in the fourth grade and graduated from Satsuma High School in 1963. Theresa graduated from Vigor High School in 1963. We married in 1964 and was blessed with two children, Christi Mitchell Speights, and Scott Mitchell, both Satsuma High School graduates.  We have two grandchildren Katelyn Speights and Callie Speights.  Katelyn graduated Satsuma High School in 2013 and University of South Alabama in 2017. Callie is a high school student at Saraland High School. I was a member of the Satsuma High School Track Team, pole vault, and enjoy age- division running with the Port City Pacers for most of my life. After a term in the U.S. Air force and attending two years of college, Theresa and I have lived in Saraland since 1974 to the present.  We have started two successful businesses in Saraland: Mitchell Container Services, Inc. and R&T Properties. Community service is an important part of our lives.  I served on the City of Saraland Council for fourteen years and was a mayoral candidate. While on the council I founded the Saraland Area Chamber of Commerce and Keep Saraland Beautiful.  Since 1985 I have been a member of the Saraland Lions Club and the Saraland-Satsuma-Chickasaw Scholarship Fund. It is such a pleasure to become a part of other people's lives through this scholarship.  It is our wish that you will take the valuable lessons you have learned at Satsuma High School and become a productive citizen and community leader. Best regards, Ron K. Mitchell  
Joey Summers Memorial Foundation  June 6, 1972 to March 7, 1998