Daniel Wayne Pittman
February 4, 1967 – January 13, 2019
Daniel “Danny/Dan” Wayne Pittman of Ennis, TX, a beloved son, brother, uncle, nephew, and friend, passed away on January 13, 2019. Danny was born in Denton, TX, on February 4, 1967, attended elementary school in Parker County, and graduated from Brock High School in 1985. He received an associates degree from Weatherford College, and he earned Bachelor of Arts and Masters degrees in Technical Theater from Louisiana Tech University. Danny traveled the United States as a stage actor, technician, and carpenter. He was inducted in the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees in 1999. Danny was preceded in death by his grandparents, Bill and Faye Pittman and John and Betty Robison. He is survived by parents Mike and Barbara Pittman of Willow Park, TX, sister Debbie Chesney and her husband Tate, and their four sons Jacob, Nathan, Caleb, and Micah (whom Danny affectionately referred to as “The Four Horsemen”). He is also survived by his uncle Rickard Pittman and aunts Melinda Pittman Katchur, Lura Pittman Gerhart, Erma Perry and her husband J.B., and Melissa Robison. Danny was a cousin to Ty Pittman, Erin and Curt Oliver, Elaina Umana Fletcher, Tanner Umana, Jennifer Perry Thoreson and Bryce Perry. Danny was a loyal friend and a fierce protector of his family. He was greatly loved and will be greatly missed. Visitation will be held on Monday, January 21st from 5-7pm at the Chapel of Chimes located at 7100 Crowley Rd Fort Worth, TX, 76134.
Monday, January 21, 2019
Daniel Wayne Pittman
January 21, 2019
Dan was a sweet guy who tolerated this Kentucky woman showing up on occasion. ;)
I will fondly remember many things about him - the "Half-Price Books Tour", where we went to 5 in one day on his motorcycle, the guy who asked him if he was Security while we stood near Collective Soul's soundbooth at the TX state fair, and the time I spent a bunch of hours in Verizon Theatre, waiting for the Roger Daltrey concert to begin (and waited a while afterward, too).
Thanks for the great memories, Dan. I'll miss you. "rhsb"
January 19, 2019
My deepest condolences. I always enjoyed working with Dan. He was a good stagehand