Marie H. Pitt

July 6, 1968March 17, 2020
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Marie Hydrick Pitt passed away early in the morning on March 17, 2020.

She is survived by her husband, Robert Jonathan Pitt; her parents, Barbara Dickens and Charles E. Long; her three children, Kayla E. Hydrick, Sarah H. Hiltz, R. Blake Hydrick and two stepsons, Bryson S. Pitt and C. Blake Pitt. She also has two beloved grandchildren, Reece B. Hydrick and Carson L. Hiltz and a sister, Judy Long-Riesner.

Marie fought a great battle with stage IV breast cancer for five years and five months. She was diagnosed on October 21, 2014. Marie never let her cancer get the best of her, but instead used it as a means to go out into the world as a servant of the Lord, share her story, and help others fighting the fight.

A memorial service will be held to celebrate the joyous life Marie lived as she walked in faith. The service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 21, 2020 at Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Lexington Chapel, 503 N. Lake Dr., Lexington, SC 20972.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 21, 2020
  • Visitation to follow service Saturday, March 21, 2020


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Candie Cooper

March 25, 2020

I just wanted to send sympathies to Marie's family. She was a bright spot with her comments during my Facebook live videos and I am so sad and sorry to hear of her passing. I know the DIY jewelry community mourns her loss as well. Sending so much love. Fly high sparkling, bohemian angel. <3 I know you will.

Kim Payne

March 21, 2020

I only knew Marie through her sweet daughter Kayla. The few times I was in her presence I could see where Kayla got her loving smile and outgoing caring personality. Marie made beautiful one of a kind jewelry which I have the honor of owning some of her pieces. I feel blessed to have known her ❤️

Shannon Floyd

March 21, 2020

Marie Marie Marie...........she was an inspiration, a beacon of hope to others, a light in the darkness, joy in the middle of the war! She had a solution for everything. She had grace and love for others and dignity, and her heart was with her family, and being of service to others. The woman was amazing to me. She gave back with everything in her despite the pain she was in. Even as she was dying, she was asking about others. She was a servant for the Lord. She was a miracle, and so alive! I miss her. My soul cries, but I know she is celebrating with the Lord right now, and after 5 years, and 5 months she is now pain free. 🥊 I know she loved her family very much, and she wanted everyone to be okay. I am so very sorry for your loss, and this time of grief. There are no words at all. I am fervently praying for your family as all of you process this. Prayers for all of you.

Deborah Marsh

March 20, 2020

To all Marie's family, I send my sincere sympathy. Met Marie at Lexington Oncology Infusion Center June 2016 during my first chemo. She was a light shining her positive attitude and lovely smile everywhere. Never complaining and always a vision of hope. May your cherished memories help to comfort you. May God grant you peace, sttength, and comfort. Prayers and hugs from a distance. Deborah Marsh

Connie Braddock

March 20, 2020

To the family and all loved ones that Marie touched by being in their lives, my thoughts and prayers for all!
I love you Marie and you will forever be in my heart!

Sofia Reino

March 19, 2020

Marie, my twin. Will always treasure your friendship, your care for us all, your faith, our fun times together, and I could keep on going. I will always love you and keep memories alive.

Deborah Crider

March 19, 2020

Barbara I remember Stonewall and me taking the 2 girls to the drive in and half way through the movie they asked to turn the channel. I know you will miss her and you are in my prayers

Connie Mancari

March 19, 2020

Marie was a real fighter. I volunteer in Oncology at LMC and got to know Marie when she came in for infusion. Always a smiling face and a strong heart. You will be sorely missed. God bless!