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November 22, 2019

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October 26, 2018

I offer my prayers and sincere condolences to all of the family for your loss. I also join you in celebrating Pastor Pittenger's home going and Heaven's gain.
A couple years ago my husband, David, was traveling through Yukon, on a job. Knowing Pastor Pittenger was in the area, I asked him to look in on him while he was there. He contacted Steve and the two of them went together to see him. I'm so glad that happened!
Pastor Pittenger was my pastor in Kilgore, Texas, during my high school years. Age wise, I was between Jean and Claudia.
I remember his first visit to our home. It was during the day and my parents were at work. I was there with my four siblings and I had started cooking supper. He asked if I was the chief cook and bottle washer, I hadn't heard the expression before and that stuck with me.
I loved having Pastor Pittenger, Ellen, Jean, Claudia, and Steve in the parsonage/pastorate. I think Betty was away in college or maybe already married at that time.
It took some getting used to being called you guys instead of y'all! I'm afraid the Pittenger kids may have taken some ribbing for that for awhile!
Pastor Pittenger officiated at mine and my husband's wedding in 1974, so it's been 44 + years. He also dedicated our firstborn, Candace, in 1976, she now has a son, 3 years old.
In sympathy,
Rose (Owens) Lanicek
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