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Huntt Funeral Home

3035 Old Washington Rd, Waldorf, MD

OBITUARY

Connie Maxton Pittman

June 4, 1945December 20, 2019
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Connie Maxton “Max” Pittman, 74, returned to his heavenly home on December 20, 2019 after a valiant battle with leukemia where he was given a miraculous seven months more on this earth with his family. His devotion to his family and his firm belief in God supported him in his struggle and ultimately gave him peace. Connie was born to the late Elmer and Juanita Pittman in Wilson, NC on June 4, 1945. Connie completed his undergraduate education at Mount Olive College and Atlantic Christian College in NC. He studied Education Administration at George Washington University. Connie was a lifelong educator who spent the majority of career teaching physical education at Clinton Grove Elementary School. To this day, he was in contact with many of his former students who speak highly of his lasting influence in their lives. At his retirement from education, Connie began a career in Real Estate where he served as a realtor with Century 21 New Millennium of Waldorf. Connie had a love for and was highly influential in his community. He was a dynamic and dedicated member of the Pinefield Community. He loved being a part of the Pinefield Civic Association where he assisted in planning community events and recruiting new members. Connie enjoyed attending Southern Maryland Blue Crabs games. He was very proud of the work he did obtaining sponsorships for the Blue Crabs Booster Club and was honored to receive recognition as a member of the Blue Crabs Booster Club Honor Roll. Connie was blessed with a large and loving family. He married his college sweetheart, the late Betty Smoak Pittman, on July 24, 1966. Connie and Betty raised three children with patience and love in a Christian home. He instilled in them a love for God and family. Of late, Connie enjoyed traveling the East Coast with his sister and family. He spent a lot of time traveling to sporting events for his grandchildren where he coached and cheered from the stands. Connie is survived by his sons and their wives, Brian and Melissa Pittman of Annapolis, MD, Eric and Kelly Pittman of La Plata, MD; his daughter and her husband, Willie and Leslie Klepper of Roanoke, VA; his grandchildren Eli, Ethan and Davis Klepper, Zoey, Scarlett and Tyler Pittman, and Emmalyn Pittman; his sister Darlene Mobley. A memorial service will be held in honor of Connie at Huntt Funeral Home at 4 p.m. on Monday, December 23. Receiving of family and friends will take place prior to the service from 2-4 p.m. Connie will be buried privately at a later date at the West Lawn Cemetery, Elizabeth City, NC.

Services

  • Memorial Gathering, Huntt Funeral Home, Waldorf, Maryland Monday, December 23, 2019
  • Funeral Service Huntt Funeral Home, Waldorf, Maryland Monday, December 23, 2019

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Angela Glaze

December 25, 2019

Remembering our time we shared an office.
And the years we had lunch together.
With your good friend Mr. Bill Wootan,
reunited again, for many more lunches .
Good hearted and kind.
You will be missed. 🕯 🙏

Dana Pase

December 23, 2019

I came to Clinton Grove elementary school in the last quarter of my 5th grade year (February 1983). Mr. Pittman was my P.E. teacher, and even though I was only there for a short time (through 6th grade) he left a lasting impression on me. I will never forget making it to the top of that climbing rope. And, I will never forget how encouraging and genuine he was. Through the years I would see him at the Shopper's Food checkout, he would always remember who I was, and more recently it was a pleasure talking with him again at Good Shepherd Wednesday night dinners. I am saddened to hear of his passing, but I know his legacy will live on through your family.

Sandi Denny

December 23, 2019

Max was just an awesome person! He was always a pleasure to talk with and was genuinely interested in what was going on in life. He was always so positive and an encourager as well as a true gentleman! It was a pleasure to know him. He will always be fondly rememembered.
Sandi and Bob Denny

Holly Bednar

December 23, 2019

I'm glad you were one of the first agents I worked with when I was rookie. I'll miss you Max. Your warmth and kindness will not be forgotten. Heaven has gained another angel. Rest in peace, dear man.

Donald Rosier

December 23, 2019

Connie was always a gracious man and always upbeat. I enjoyed our brief conversations when we saw one another at the Blue Crab games.

May he rest in peace and my life is all the better for having known him.

Cathy Moore

December 22, 2019

Greg and I first met Mr. P on Eric and Kelly's wedding day while I photographed and documented their day and Greg provided the entertainment for the reception...who knew that day was just the beginning of a wonderful relationship with a man who we later referred to as family. It has been great to have shared many good times with this gentle soul during family celebrations and PCA celebrations. We are lucky that God placed him in our lives.
Cathy & Gregory

Michael Lucchesi

December 22, 2019

This world will be a lesser place without you Max. Without doubt you have met the Savior of all, may the rest of us do as well. Prayers for your family.

Lois Ehrlich

December 22, 2019

A fine teacher and true gentleman.

David Jenkins

December 21, 2019

Our deepest condolences.
He was a true gentleman.

Charles Brown

December 21, 2019

Sincere Condolences to Max's Children and Grandchildren for their Loss . Spent Many hours watching baseball with Max at Southern Maryland Bluecrabs Games and as Members of the Bluecrab's Boosters Club over the last 12 Years He Will Be Missed By all who Knew Him . R.I.P. My Friend.

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