Dr. Suzanne M. Pitts

Dr. SUZANNE MARTEL PITTS  
On Saturday, January 15, 2011, of Warrenton, VA, from ovarian cancer. Born December 29, 1948 , in Washington, DC, she graduated from Bethesda Chevy Chase High School in 1966, received her B.S. Degree from the University of Maryland in 1971 and completed her MD and Psychiatric residency at George Washington University in 1997. She practiced in Warrenton and Culpeper, VA, from 1997, and from 2004 until 2009 served inmates at Coffeewood Prison in Mitchells, VA. Survived by her son, Dustin Pitts Poms, father Harry and stepmother Carol Pitts, and siblings Harry, Andrew, Douglas and Mathew and beloved nieces and nephews too numerous to list. She gave tirelessly to all around her, and a part of her remains with each of us. Wake to be held at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudon (www.uuloudoun.org/sanctuary.html) on Saturday, January 22, at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in her name to Capital Hospice, www.capitalhospice.org 

Published by The Washington Post on Jan. 19, 2011.
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I am so sorry for your loss. I have seen DR. Pitts for the past 15 years, and she truly helped me put my life back together again. She will be missed. May God bless you on this very sad occasion. J.R.
jan ruffo
February 14, 2011
I had the pleasure of working with Dr. Pitts on an inpatient psychiatric unit. She had such compassion for her clients and was one of "the best". I will truly miss her.
February 3, 2011
Dr. Pitts had such a powerful impact on my life; I cannot express what she meant to me. I have one really big regret and that is that I did not keep a journal for the 10 years I saw her. I want to look back on printed pages of her wisdom, but her guidance will always be with me. She helped me become a better person. I loved her and she will live on in a special place in my heart. In the letter she sent to her friends, she included a note to me: "The depth of your grief reflects the intensity of your caring." I cannot say it better. I will deeply miss her. I am sorry for your loss, our loss. B.J.V.
B.J.
January 19, 2011
She will be with you always and stay in your heart forever.
Bryan Poms
January 19, 2011
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