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Billie Pittser passed away on Thursday, September 7, 2006 at his residence at the age of 54 years.
The son of the late Billie G. Pittser and Verna Mallory Pittser, Billie was born in Cushing on June 6, 1952 and was reared and educated in Cushing, graduating from Cushing High School in 1970.
He worked for Ed Meeker Honda, Glen Dale Martin and the railroad before joining the Army in 1972. He retired from the Army in 1975.
Billie is survived by his wife of over 32 years, Donna McKinney Pittser of the home; one son, Bill Pittser and his wife Candy and granddaughter Emma Pittser of Yale; his sisters, Angie Coyner and her husband Duane and Rona Wirth of Cushing; Uncle Kenneth Pittser of Shamrock; Aunt Hazel Wilson of Trona, CA; a cousin Arvilla Wilson of San Pedro, CA; several nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one son Michael Cole Pittser; one brother Ronnie Wilson; uncle Blackie Pittser and Uncle Ray Wilson; father-in-law Bob McKinney; sisters-in-law, Virginia Wilson, Nancy McKinney; niece Stella Sweeny; nephews Ronnie Skinner and Matt McKinney and great nephew Stephon Parks and great niece Alissa Hogget.
Private services will be held.
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