Dick Mitchell is president of Mitchell and Mouat Architects, a ten-person firm that designed several familiar buildings in Ann Arbor including the Washtenaw County Government Services Building in downtown Ann Arbor, The Roberto Clemente School on Textile and additions to the First United Methodist Church on State Street. He has served on the boards of various architectural organizations as well as the Historic District Commission in Traverse City prior to moving here. He and his wife Kate Mitchell have lived on the west side of Ann Arbor Township for 12 years and have four children.