Pixley Funeral Home

3530 Auburn Road, Auburn Hills, MI


Robert James Pitt

December 25, 1990November 28, 2019

Robert James Pitt was born on December 25, 1990 and passed away on November 28, 2019.


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Kenya Murray

December 4, 2019

I am deeply saddened by the lost of you! Oh the memories from Aco to Ace will be forever in my heart... Rest in heaven

Taylor Bradley

December 4, 2019

This broke my heart when I found out. I didn't know you well or very long. I met you through my fiancee Dan that you worked with. But the few times I hung out with you or talked to you (especially the many times I called the store to talk to Dan) you were always so kind and funny. You always asked how I was doing when you answered the phone. You helped Dan and I move into our house which was a blast because you had such a great sense of humor. You were always so helpful and sweet. My heart breaks in that you will be missed dearly by your family and friends. I am glad I could call you that even for the short time I knew you. Goodbye and rest peacefully my friend.

Kelly Carter

December 4, 2019

Robbie you were always a good guy. Im so sorry to hear about this. Condolences to your family and hope you rest in peace. May your spirit live on and protect all that you love.

Kurt Berkholz

December 3, 2019

Robbie was a really nice guy and fun to hang out with. For many years we vacationed for a week or two with friends and family in the Les Cheneaux Islands of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Spending our summer days in a boat, on the beach, kayaking, hiking, jumping off the dock, swimming, and fishing. Summer nights were spent laughing by the campfire under the stars with friends or when we got older the occasional trip to The Islander in Hessel. Whatever we were doing for a couple of weeks a year stress and worries seemed to melt away during those Les Cheneaux summers. On one occasion we were fishing and I lost a lure in the lake stuck in the weeds and the line snapped. I told him it was gone. “That lure’s a red eye cleo!” Robbie says as he gets ready to jump in the lake. I tell him, “it’s a lost cause.” Not to be deterred by my concerns or the cool water he jumped in to look around in the weed bed until he got that lure out and handed it back to me with soaking wet jeans on I felt like he should keep it but he insisted. That's the type of friend he was. He knew he could help me in some small way so he did. Another time Robbie tells me, “lets kayak farther than we ever did before.” So from our resort we paddle away around a place called Government island and beyond. Robbie was determined to continue on “lets go farther around LaSalle Island now.” We did it and he said “why not try going all the way to the Middle Entrance by Dollar Island and back around.” That’s how he was, Robbie pushed me to go farther and try harder when we hiked or kayaked. With the red sun setting we made it back to the resort and Robbie states, “hey maybe one of these years we can make it all the way to Mackinac Island.” I tell him, “we might need better kayaks.” We both looked down at the old blue kayaks that we patched up with duct tape and started laughing.

Don’t be afraid to jump in the lake or go farther than you ever did before Robbie would want you to.

Claudine Black

December 3, 2019

Oh Rob, this hurts my heart so much. You were one of my best friends at Avondale academy. I was so shy and afraid to make friends but you were so sweet to me. We would hang out all the time and laugh so much. Remember when we had to break into the car because someone locked the keys in! Oh that was hilarious and then the sun roof flew off as we were driving and I couldn’t stop laughing. You were so loved and going to be missed by many. Fly high angel.

Lindsey Yagiela

December 3, 2019

So hard to believe, just talked to ya not to long ago. My deepest sympathy and condolences! Many great years of memories in school with you! Rest in peace bud you will missed dearly 😓

Aaron Holt

December 3, 2019

I saw Rob working at ACE a couple months back while I was visiting my parents. I deeply regret not saying anything. You never know what someone is dealing with. You were my buddy way back in the grade school days. I hope you're resting peacefully my man.

Nathan Hanley

December 3, 2019

condolences My deepest sympathy Yellowjackets 09

Melanie Zarecki

December 3, 2019

Ill never forget Rob! We went to school together and he was one of the sweetest guys around. We would hang out after school and just be goofy. We havent talked much over the years but I will never forget his kindness.

Maybelline Cabrera

December 3, 2019

Wherever you may be, I pray that your soul is finally at peace. The boys and I love you and you will forever be in our hearts. - May, Alaric and Elijah