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Merkley-Mitchell Mortuary

3655 5th Ave, San Diego, CA

OBITUARY

Pacita Callueng Pitpit

February 2, 1938July 8, 2020
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Pacita Callueng Pitpit was born on February 2, 1938 and passed away on July 8, 2020 and is under the care of Merkley-Mitchell Mortuary.

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Pacita Callueng Pitpit

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Sean Sullivan

July 13, 2020

Mrs. Pitpit was truly a wonderful and kind mother to her family and so generous to all of their friends, like me. Mrs. Pitpit welcomed me into her home in Chula Vista on so many occasions while I was training at Camp Pendleton during my time as Mike's roommate at the Naval Academy and then later on when I was stationed there as a 2nd Lieutenant. She was always so happy when I came to visit and ensured that I felt welcomed like I was really at home, and for a 22 year old kid from the east coast-that made a world of difference. She made sure I had my share of the lumpia, adobo and pancit during dinner and we watched any Elvis movie that was on TV and to this day when I hear an Elvis song I think of my west coast mom and her family-my family, and remember that Elvis was truly a good son who loved his mother! (Which I often used to remind Mike to call home from the Academy!)

I have been truly blessed in my life to have become friends and family with the PitPits, and I offer my heartfelt condolences on the loss of their mom-I will keep her, and the family, in my prayers.

Semper fidelis-Sean

Bong and Celsa Taraya

July 12, 2020

We share happy times with Auntie Cita each time we visit her. She always has good food to eat, stories to tell about her children and grandchildren, and a bed to sleep when we stay overnight before she got sick.
Since then, visits were scarce, no direct communications other than updates on things and on Auntie Cita shared by Auntie Ching from time to time. Our deepest regrets for not reaching out enough, for letting distance between us come into play, for not being there when she needed us most. Our utmost sympathy to the family for your great loss, and ours.
Here's to good times, Auntie Cita.

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