Steve Edward Pittman
October 20, 1961 - November 13, 2020
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  Edward Pittman, III, 59, of Princeton, LA, died Friday, November 13, 2020. Mr. Pittman was born October 20, 1961, to Kathleen and the late Edward Pittman, Jr., in Hernando, MS, and is a graduate of Ruston High School and Louisiana Tech University. He worked as a certified internal auditor for LSU. He is preceded…

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tomBush left a message on November 18, 2020:
To Matt and family, I am sorry for your loss. I was in the Colvin hunting club for about 35 years and Ed was also a member. We will hope there is a happy hunting ground where Ed resides.
Sonya McCoy left a message on November 16, 2020:
I was so sorry to hear about Ed. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with him at LSU. He will be missed. Sending prayers for your family.
Anne McConathy left a message on November 15, 2020:
I am so sorry for your loss. Ed Pittman was a friend of mine through Temple Baptist and a classmate at Ruston High School. I had a chance to visit with him at our 40th class reunion in 2019. What a character he was with that dry sense of humor! He was also a kind, smart guy too. Praying for your family.
Gayle Magee Red left a message on November 15, 2020:
Edward and I graduated together from Ruston High, and we also went to church together. He is part of so many fun memories. When teachers assigned seats alphabetically, Edward would usually be right behind me. He muttered under his breath the funniest things all through class. He always innocently looked straight ahead and never cracked a smile. I would laugh so hard, tears would roll down my cheeks. Teachers would glare and ask what I thought was so funny. I also sat next to Edward in choir at RHS. He would sing falsetto with the altos or make up words to the songs. And he never laughed, never got in trouble. I got a C one six weeks for laughing so much during choir. But every minute was fun. Edward had such a dry sense of humor and was one of the funniest people I have ever known. He brightened every day. I regret losing touch with him after we graduated. I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know that you will be in my prayers. - Gayle Magee Red
Patricia Doane left a message on November 15, 2020:
I'm so sorry for your loss and I share it. From the first months we worked together, Ed became my younger brother in spirit. Over the decades, of working together Ed shared with me a rare ability to almost effortlessly compose documents and plans together, often loudly and joyfully. The first house I ever bought was next door to Ed’s parents’ house, then years later when I moved, Ed rented that same house so he could live next door to his mother. Ed and I supported each other through some hard times and some great times. His children and family were always the most important part of his life. My heart goes out to you.
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Larry Fertitta left a message on November 14, 2020:
Our deepest condolences to Matt and family on your loss and may Our Lord Jesus Christ be with you. Larry and Brenda Fertitta
Dwain Hannibal left a message on November 14, 2020:
My sincere condolences to all family and friends. I had the pleasure of knowing Ed for over 20 years. Not only did we worked together at both TL James and the City of Ruston for many, many years, we also hunted and fished together. I watched as both Leslie and Matt grew up to become adults. I remember Leslie getting her first car, I spent hours with Matt building tree stands and planting food plots, Ed was always so proud of his children and their accomplishments. My friendship with Ed will always be cherished, my thoughts and prayers go out to all family.
Scott and Rita Thompson left a message on November 14, 2020:
We are sorry for your loss.
Trish O’Neal left a message on November 14, 2020:
Very sorry for your loss! Praying for the family!
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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