In Memory

Mike Pitts

Mike died Sunday, January 11, 2009 in Brownwood Regional Medical Center after a two year battle with cancer.

Mike is survived by:  his wife of 33 years, Debbie Pitts, a daughter, Beverly Stewart, two sons, Shannon Pitts and Aaron Jones, his mother, Dorothy Pitts, a sister, Debbie church, a brother, Randy Pitts, and six grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by his father, John Ben Pitts.

The family requests that memorials be made to Hospice friends in care of Solaris Hospice, 413 Center Ave, Brownwood, 76801.

Condolences, memories, and tributes can be left for the family at www.mem.com



 
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02/06/09 12:18 AM #1    

Becky Barbee (Lawry)

Mike was a good friend all through school - from 1st grade on through 1969! We were neighbors on the north side of town - a nice neighborhood in our day. I remember the first time I played spin the bottle was at his house - he had a party in Jr. High and I can't recall who I kissed. The last time I saw Mike was at our 30th class reunion and we spent some time remembering the old days. Mike was always a gentle soul and will be missed by many.

02/07/09 12:15 AM #2    

Mike Patton

* I think it was me Becky. Sue Perry also. What an 8th grade night!!!

Through the ninties when I traveled to Midland I would visit with Mike and Debbie. I last saw him at the 30th reunion also. If you had the friendship of Pitts you had the real thing. Damned cancer...

08/27/09 09:22 PM #3    

Paula Dunn (VanBiervliet)

I am so sorry to hear about Mike. He was a fun loving guy & always seemed to be smiling without a care in the world. My sympathies to his family.

Paula Dunn VanBiervliet

02/07/17 01:11 PM #4    

Steve Stegall

We were in Mr Marshall Williamson's class, Franklin Jr, 8th grade. Met up with Mike, again, 27 years later in 1991 at his Midland oilfield packers and liner hangers office, near Loop 250 & W Illinois. I believe, he was area mgr, for Baker Industrial. Will never forget, Pitts.

02/09/17 02:03 AM #5    

Jo Ann Chitwood (Moore)

I am so sorry to hear about Mike. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Mike was always so happy and his smile made everyone happy. He was  just an all around good guy and friend. Mike you will be missed but never forgotten. JoAnn Chitwood Moore

 

 

 

 


02/09/17 07:54 PM #6    

Randy McKenzie

I did not know Mike that well, but the few times we met, it was always great. My sincere condolences to his friends and family. God bless,my old friend.   Randy McKenzie 


02/09/17 08:30 PM #7    

Rynda White (Lemke)

I too send along my sincere sympathy to Mikes' family with his passing all to soon.  I remember him fondly as the big, humble, gentle, happy guy, and yes with that sweet sort of shy smile almost always on his face.  I know he must had a good life.  Rynda White Lemke


02/10/17 09:57 AM #8    

Linda Riddle (Rankin)

My best memories of Mike, not only walking home from school and talking, but watching him play football in Junior High.  He was the guy that could stop the other team in their tracks.  I was lucky to have him in many classes through out elementary to high school, and he had a nice sense of humor if he spoke up. He was a sweet man, and I hate to see another of our fellow peers leaving us.  RIP my friend.  You will be remembered. 


02/10/17 10:46 AM #9    

Kent Bogle

As a relative newcomer to our class (I moved to Abilene when Dad went to Viet Nam in 1967) I remember those who seemed to make a effort to get to know me and Mike was one of those. Those of you who knew him seem to have a common thread of "kind soul" and I agree whole heartedly. What a great guy!


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