Arnold J. Bitterman

Yorkville, Illinois

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o one dedicated man,who worked hard at what he believed will be greatly missed. Thanks to you for everything you did for us.

We are so sorry of your loss, even though we didnt know him that well, Im sure he was very special in many ways. We are thinking of you. Sonny, Patty Porter.

Bev, Kim, and Stacy,
My thoughts and prayers are
with each of you. Arnie was one of a kind. Always made me smile.

Beverly and family;
Sorry to here about Arnie.
Barb & Rich Groesch

Rest in Peace to Arnie, my condolences to his family. Arnie was a good friend and classmate from Sacred Heart Grade School.

I salute your veteran. My condolences for your loss and gratitude for your loved one's service to our country.

I am so sorry for your loss, Arnie will be missed by many. My prayers and thoughts to all of you

Dear Beverly and Family;
I was so very sorry to read of Arnie's death. I have so many memories of him, we were neighbors on Kane street- went to grade school together , He was a unique man who contributed a great deal , all of his life-
It is hard to lose a childhood friend -I was glad to have seen him , after many years ,when we met 2o years ago now and shared memories-
You and your family remain in my prayers, with deepest sympathy.

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the entire Bitterman family.


Arnold's Obituary

Bitterman, Arnold J. Age 76, of Yorkville, IL passed away, surrounded by his loving family, after a long battle with illness, on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at Rush-Copley Medical Center in Aurora, IL. He was born on July 2, 1936 in Aurora, IL, the son of Frank and Angela (Kohley) Bitterman....

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