Personal Service, Peace of Mind, Pleasant Memories

Henry Pittman, Jr.

05/24/1921 - 09/07/2017

Viewing Information

No Public Viewing. Services are entrusted to Metropolitan Funeral Service, Berkley.

Service Information

A memorial service will be held, 12pm, Sunday, September 17, 2017
Campostella Seventh Day Adventist Church
1006 Oakwood Street Norfolk VA

Interment Information

Interment-Private

Henry Pittman, Jr 96, passed away on Thursday, September 7, 2017 after a brief illness. Henry was born in Pensacola, FL, May 24, 1921 to Henry L. Pittman, Sr. and Evelyn C. (Brown) Pittman. He is preceded in death by his brothers, Henry Harold Harsick, Mister and Charlie; sister, Tunney, Kathleen, Daisy and Ozie; stepson, Art Foster (Elizabeth) of Queens, NY. Henry was the widower of Virgie Pittman, the mother of his son, Henry Pittman, III and the widower of Mary Pittman. He is survived by his wife, Marie Pittman of Silver Springs, MD; son, Henry Pittman (Toni) of Norfolk, VA, stepchildren Carlton Hopkins (Judy) of Norfolk, VA, Annette Foster of Laurel, MD, Lydia Rose (Carlton) of Chattanooga, TN; brother, Sendry Pittman (Doris) of Silver Springs, MD and Newport News, VA. Henry worked for Basic Construction Company where he retired as assistant superintendent of concrete. He was a fifty plus year member of the Operative Plasterers & Cement Mason Union of which he held various offices. He also owned and ran with his wife, Virgie Pittman Confectionery Store at the corner of Ruby and Barre St. in the Lindenwood area of Norfolk.

Karen Yancey I am sorry to find out about the death of my family's former neighbor. We grew up purchasing from their business while living "cross the tracks", only live behind him. Pittman, you and your family are in my prayers.
Posted: 9/17/2017
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Lydia Rose Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of Mr. Henry. One of my memories of him was his enjoyment in doing word search puzzles. He also had excellent navigation skills for a man in his 90s! Now he sleeps awaiting the return of His Lord and Savior. Maranatha!
Posted: 9/16/2017
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Nicole I'm truly sorry for the loss of your loved one. May you cherish your fondest memories until the day you are reunited, John 5:28,29
Posted: 9/14/2017
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Kathleen Jones Henry Pittman was my uncle. I am having great sadness over the loss of my uncle, he was a big part of our lives. He was a "gentle giant" full of love, compassion, kindness, and a great passion for his family and a greater love for the Lord. I have never heard a cross word from him,and he saw the good in everyone. I will miss talking and visiting with him, but I will always cherish the knowledge, wisdom, and conversations. . .I will always remember the twinkle in his eyes and will continue to be grateful that God allowed us to share the same DNA. I know that he is now resting from the labor of his hands; resting from the troubles of the world; and we will meet again when Jesus returns. Rest well thou good and faithful servant! Joy cometh in the morning!
Posted: 9/13/2017
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