Brooks Mittasch of Morrison, OK, 7-year-old Morrison Wrestling member, died: Obituary; $10k fund raises on Meal Train

Morrison, Oklahoma – Brooks Mittasch, a seven-year-old boy from Morrison, Oklahoma, has tragically passed away unexpectedly on September 10, 2023. He was a beloved member of the Morrison Wrestling Family and was born as one of a beautiful set of twins to Clay Mittasch and Niki ‘Waters’ Mittasch. The sudden loss of Brooks Mittasch has left his family devastated, and they are mourning his passing.

Brooks was born on April 22, 2014, to Nichole and Clay Mittasch in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He grew up in Morrison and attended Morrison Elementary School. Brooks loved everything outdoors, he enjoyed fishing and shooting guns, but not hunting animals, he loved all animals. Brooks was a member of the Morrison Hot Shot Baseball team and the Morrison Youth Wrestling program.

Brooks is survived by his parents, Clay and Nichole Mittasch, and his twin brother, Austin. He is also survived by his aunts, uncles, and cousins, Ryan Walters and wife Mallory, Sloan and Reese Waters; Stacy McKay and husband Bryan, Denver, Berkley, and Kamdyn McKay; as well as his grandparents, Judy and Rod Waters, Glenda and Dennis Mittasch and great grandmothers, JoAnne Waters and Cathy Schuster. Along with numerous family and friends and Brooks best friend Randy Grim.

Brooks is preceded in death by his grandparents, Mac and Ilene Mittasch, Glen and Ilomae Beck, Daryll Waters and Richard G. Schuster.

Morrison Wrestling shared Brooks Mittasch’s death news through facebook page,

“The Morrison Wrestling family is trying to heal from a shattered heart. We pray for the Mittasch family, Brooks wrestling teammates, and the Morrison community”.

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In the wake of Brooks Mittasch’s death, Farmhand olympics competition arranged as Noble County Fairgrounds shared a post which states:

💥FARMHAND OLYMPICS💥 89 kids competed last night! The Morrison 4-H dedicates the 2023 Farmhand Olympics in memory of Brooks Mittasch, a Morrison 4-H member who passed away on Sunday.

Meal Train page for The Mittasch Family is organised for fundraising. $10,000 donations raised till now. This pages stated,

“Please keep the Mittasch family in your prayers and thoughts as we support them during this tragedy. Please communicate all questions or concerns through Amanda Masters or Tara Elliott. Donations are very much appreciated in the form of gift cards, cash donations etc. We’ve decided against the actual meal train due to dietary restrictions and things of that manner, but will continue to use this platform for donations. Thank you all in advance for ALL your kindness, love and support! It is very much so felt and appreciated”.

In this difficult time, prayer calls and support have been extended to the Mittasch family as they navigate through their grief. A Meal Train has also been organized to provide meals and any other assistance the family might need. To contribute to this effort, individuals can arrange meal delivery with Amanda Masters at 918-399-9812 or Tara Elliot at 405-747-0177. Gift cards for meals can be sent to [email protected]. For those who wish to send cash directly, Venmo user @Niki-Mittasch is available for donations.

Brooks was known for his cheerful disposition and his love for wrestling, thoroughly enjoying his time at every training session. He was cherished by his family, the community, and his friends.

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Visitation will be held on Thursday from 12:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. and Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. with family greeting guests from 5-7 P.M. at Dighton Marler Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 16, 2023, at 10:00 A.M. at Will Miller Gymnasium in Morrison, Oklahoma. Interment will follow at Pleasant Valley Sumner Cemetery. Dighton Marler Funeral Home is entrusted with arrangements.

The loss of Brooks Mittasch is a heartbreaking event, and he will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.

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