OBITUARY

Bonnie L. Pittman

January 2, 1939February 16, 2021
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God gave us and Angel to be our partner, our mother, our grandmother, our great-grandmother, and our friend.

Bonnie L. Pittman was born January 2, 1939, in Gassville, Arkansas, to parents Floyd and Florence (McFarlan) Chambers. God called his Angel home on February 16, 2021, after a short illness.

She managed Tucaway Lake Campground with her husband, John, where she touched many lives and hearts. Bonnie was a member of the First Christian Church and enjoyed traveling. Most of all, she was a people person who loved her family and friends.

Bonnie is survived by her husband John Pittman Sr., who she married on February 15, 1958. Also surviving are her children: Sue (Patrick) Pittman, Laurie J. Pittman, Jamie (Keith) Fletcher, John (Vicki) Pittman Jr., Roger (Gail) Pittman, her five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, her sisters Blanche Hart and Betty Bell, her sister-in-law Jill Chambers, along with many nieces, nephews, and countless friends who she considered family. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Floyd “Butch” Chambers Jr.

Private services are planned with burial at Maple Grove Cemetery. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.wood-kortright-borkoski.com.

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Mike & Carol Burt

February 21, 2021

Our sincere sympathy goes out to Bonnie’s family members. We’ll always remember the fun times and laughs we had with her during our summers spent at the campgrounds.

Janelle Harold

February 20, 2021

I know I speak for the entire Harold family when I say I’m so sorry for your loss. Deepest condolences to all of you.

Linda and Ray McDaniel

February 20, 2021

Jamie and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a very special lady. Our deepest sympathy.

Ed and Helen Julian

February 19, 2021

Our deepest sympathy to the entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Ed and Helen Julian

Connie Lewandowski

February 19, 2021

Please accept our sincerest sympathies on the loss of your dear loved one. We are wishing you healing and peace in this difficult time. May condolences bring you comfort and may prayers ease your pain. God-speed.

Sincerely,
Connie & Rob Lewandowski

Stephen and Andrea Colecchi

February 19, 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are extended to the entire Pittman family. Please accept our condolences on the loss of Bonnie.

Doug Myers

February 19, 2021

Bonnie Pittman was a very sweet and caring lady she will be missed. Sorry for the family's loss.

Jack Hoover

February 19, 2021

Sorrey for your loss.

Nichole Brown

February 19, 2021

Sue, Lori and Family,

Sending prayers, light and love to you and your family on the passing of your loved one.

May you find comfort in all the memories you shared.

Nichole Brown

joe gadd

February 19, 2021

Now cracks a noble heart...
Good night, sweet princess
And flights of angels sing
thee to thy rest!"
…Hamlet, Act v, Sc.2

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Biography

God gave us and Angel to be our partner, our mother, our grandmother, our great-grandmother, and our friend.

Bonnie L. Pittman was born January 2, 1939, in Gassville, Arkansas, to parents Floyd and Florence (McFarlan) Chambers. God called his Angel home on February 16, 2021, after a short illness.

She managed Tucaway Lake Campground with her husband, John, where she touched many lives and hearts. Bonnie was a member of the First Christian Church and enjoyed traveling. Most of all, she was a people person who loved her family and friends.

Bonnie is survived by her husband John Pittman Sr., who she married on February 15, 1958. Also surviving are her children: Sue (Patrick) Pittman, Laurie J. Pittman, Jamie (Keith) Fletcher, John (Vicki) Pittman Jr., Roger (Gail) Pittman, her five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, her sisters Blanche Hart and Betty Bell, her sister-in-law Jill Chambers, along with many nieces, nephews, and countless friends who she considered family. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Floyd “Butch” Chambers Jr.

Private services are planned with burial at Maple Grove Cemetery. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.wood-kortright-borkoski.com.