Charles Ray Pittman

Charles Ray Pittman Sr., 67, of Quaker City, died July 10, 2019, in Rittman after a battle with cancer.Chuck was born June 19, 1952, in Lodi to Vernon and Alma (née High) Pittman and served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. He made his home in the Creston and Beallsville areas and had worked in the oil drilling business and at Johnson Hardware in Orrville. Chuck enjoyed hunting, fishing, hunting mushrooms and blue grass music. He will be remembered for always helping others.

He is survived by his wife, Linda (née Ball) Pittman, of whom he married Dec. 15, 2018; children, Charles Jr. (Julie) Pittman, of Creston, Misty (Ronnie) Starr, of Wooster, and Amy (Joe) Pittman, of Wooster; stepdaughter, Angel (Mike) Sollars, of Rittman; grandchildren, Nicholas, Dillion, Devon, Dawson, Damian, Dakota and Dustin; great-grandchildren, Madison, Arabella, Mia, Emberlyn and Greysen; his mother, Alma Pittman of Rittman; sisters, Deb Lauinger, of Creston, and Carol (Willet) Garens, of Rittman; brother, Leonard (Vonna) Pittman, of Beallsville; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father; grandson, Branson; brother, Ed Pittman; and sisters, Ruth Meade and Rita McCammon.

Contributions may be made to Murray Funeral Home, 173 S. Main St., Creston, OH 44217 to help with final expenses.

Murray Funeral Home handled arrangements.

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