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Richard A. Pitkin Obituary
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September 19, 2018

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November 5, 2017
My Deepest and most Sincere Condolences go out to the entire Pitkin-Johnson families, in the loss of Rick.

Rick spoke fondly of all of his family, and cherished every visit with them close to his heart.

Rick's life was cut short, but lived his life on his own terms, Rick lived for the tomorrow. Rick's was planning to finish his House, tinker with his Car collection, and start traveling, as well as visiting family .

These were Rick's plans for his retirement, which Rick was planning to do at a much later date.

To Jim, Nancy, Bill an Patti. Rick is now in your Hearts now and forever, as you remember him, as you best knew him, at all ages of his life, and yours.

Rick knew the warmth of his family, and he was never alone, in his mind. Rick often spoke very fondly of nieces and nephews, and took stock in knowing their futures.

Rich was a great coworker, and friend who always lent an ear, and had a great conversationalist dry wit.

Making and seeing him laugh was my biggest kick, was pure enjoyment.

I'm proud to have known Rick, and worked with at Hamilton Standard, and all of the remembrances of the Manchester we grew up in, and the people we knew,
back then.

Sadly, It was truly a pleasure of meeting the people in Rick's life to whom he held all, so close to his heart, and spoke so fondly about, under the circumstances.


To the Pitkin-Johnson families

God Bless and Peace be with You, always...

UTC-Coworker, and Friend.
Bob Wallace, Manchester CT.