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In Memory of Donald Pittman

Donald Leroy Pittman age 77 of Roberts, died March 3rd, 2021 at the Christian Community Home in Hudson. Donald was born on February 2, 1944 in Colfax, Wisconsin; the son of Maynard and Velma (Stuart) Pittman. He attended Reeve Elementary School prior to graduating from Glenwood City High School.  On August 9, 1984, he was united in marriage to Judy Bergstrom in Sturgis, South Dakota.

Don loved the outdoors. Whether riding the trails on his snowmobile or the country roads on his Harley, he was at peace. He took pleasure is keeping the yard/garden looking well-manicured and always made sure the birds were well taken care of. Don enjoyed the fellowship of others. If you met him at a party, you found a friend for life!

Don will remain in the hearts of his wife Judy; sons Greg Pittman of Ellsworth, David (Christine) Pittman of River Falls; grandson Ben; great grandsons Evan and Logan; as well as his brother Ron (Debbie) Pittman of Hudson. His parents precede him in death.

A Celebration of Life will be at a future date when he can be honored the right way! Memorials can be directed to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home; 520 So. 11th Street, Hudson, WI 54016

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    • When living in Hudson we lived a short walk to Dons parents home his mother Velma was a great friend,Don was always up to something with a smile on his face.

    • I am so sorry to hear of your passing. Don you were one of a kind and always had a funny story to tell when our paths would cross. My condolences to you Judy and family.

    • Don was one of a kind and will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Rest in Peace in God’s loving embrace. Prayers for comfort and peace to his family. May memories comfort you during this difficult time.

    • Sorry to read of your loss,I didn’t know Don but any ones loss is a sad loss. Your name Judy did strike a note with me,and if you were the one from Goodrich Ave. in St.Paul. Thoughts and prayers be with you at this time.

    • What can I say about Don Pittman? You were a good friend to Steve and that’s how I got to know you and became friends with you and your wife Judy. Because I was the 2nd Judy in your life I became Judy 2. You were the most unique individual I have ever known. I got to have a taste of your communion wine and also the stuff that wasn’t! Steve said he saw two of everything on the wine! I hope you are at 10,000 feet right now because that would about place you next to God. You are with Steve now and I hope you’re having a good old time in heaven. Happy and pain free. We love you