Harold Bertram Pillatt II 75, of Baltimore and formerly of Baldwin, Md., died Aug. 29 unexpectedly at his home. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of the late Harold Bertram Pillatt, general manager of shipyards for Bethlehem Steel Corp., and the late Lucille Schuch Pillatt, homemaker and volunteer. He graduated from McDonogh School and the University of Baltimore, served in the U.S. Navy, and worked for Bethlehem Steel Corp. Subsequently he owned and operated H.B. Inc. in Baltimore County as well as Ocean City, Md. An avid golfer and member of the U.S. Golf Association, he was a longtime member of the Baltimore County Club, winning several tournaments there and in the region including the annual Elkridge-Green Spring member-guest golf tournament. Mr. Pillatt was of the Episcopal faith, a life member of the Elks, and a film buff. He was the brother of Barbara P. Resnick (Allan) of Orinda, Calif., Mary P. Felter (Robert) of Arnold, and the late Lucille P. Crumling (the late Ray Jr.). He also was the uncle of Steve Resnick (Tina) of Payson, Ariz., Mark Resnick (Sandy) of Mountain View, Calif., Luray Bucko (Steve) of Columbia, Mo., Denise Gibson (Jerry) of Fredericksburg, Va., and John O. Felter (Erin) of Parkton; and had an extended family. Mr. Pillatt donated his body to the Maryland State Anatomy Board. No formal services are planned. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association
Published by The Capital Gazette on Sep. 15, 2021.