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Denise Regina Pitts

June 21, 1945December 19, 2017
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Denise Hall Pitts, a native and true Texan, died Tuesday the 19th of December at Pearland Memorial Hospital. She passed peacefully with her sisters by her side.

Denise was born and spent most of her life in Houston. However, she moved to Alvin 20 years ago and has loved her community. Denise received her Bachelor’s Degree in Art History. She expressed her artistic side in many ways. She loved to cross-stitch, needlepoint, knit, sew, cook, and paint. Denise made her career about service. She worked as a social worker for Harris County, the state of Texas, and in public schools. Everyone that knew her would talk about her big heart and love of a good conversation.

She is survived by her sister Krista Paul and husband Arthur Paul, sister Gwyndolyn Savens and nieces Maggie and Maevelyn, sister Katie Rodgers, and sister Glencora Rodgers and husband Steve Rodgers and their children, Will and Lyvia.

Service Information – Foreset Park Lawndale Funeral Home 6900 Lawndale Houston, Texas 77023 Viewing – January 5th, 2018 5:00 – 7:00 pm Funeral Service – January 6th, 2018 10:00 am

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January 26, 2018

I so enjoyed working with Denise at Triad Intake. She was a joy to be around, cared deeply about others, and provided wonderful services to the people she worked with. I was in awe of her talents--especially her beautiful needlework. Feel blessed to have known her.

Virginia Barnard

Kristen Ballard

January 5, 2018

I worked with Denise for many years. I appreciated her intellect and care for the families with whom she worked. She was so proud of her family; you all brought her much joy. Peace to all of you.

Kristie Erwin

January 5, 2018

I worked with Denise many many years ago. She was a giving, kind, and of course honest social worker and friend. She bragged often of her sisters and thier families who she adored. I pray comfort for each of you during this very sad time.

James Savens

December 31, 2017

Peace and comfort

James Savens

December 31, 2017

Oh Denise dear, what can I say? I think whatever my thoughts, that you'd appreciate it if I said them as bluntly as was appropriate, as was your style.
Although we hadn't spoken in some time, I don't know if you ever knew how much I truly enjoyed our time together as a neighbor, friend, confidant, and brother, or my admiration of your dedication, generousity, and intelligence. I remember with great fondness the many meals we prepared and shared together, along with our long winding conversations on more topics than I can list here.
You were a wonderful daughter, and took care of Bill in such a manner that most parents would be envious, of the care you lavished upon him until the very end; a true credit to your character.
Early evenings together, spent weekly on your front porch, after a hot afternoon in the yard; were a welcome distraction and calm port in my otherwise small chaotic world. Your blunt, caring, honest and unflinching opinions were a life line to me, I truly appreciated them more than you could imagine, remembering many of your insights to this day.
I am so grateful for the time we had, the friendship we cultivated, and the memories we made.
May you find the peace and comfort your generous soul so richly deserves. With love, James.

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