Donna Mae Pittman
January 1, 1970 - October 15, 2017

Donna Mae Pittman, 60, of Bolivia, passed away Sunday, October 15, 2017 at her home. Arrangements are in the care of Coastal Cremations, Carolina Shores.


  • April Snyder Posted October 21, 2017 5:07 pm

    Survived by her husband, Duane Pittman, of Bolivia, NC, her four children, April, Chad, JaiMe, and Ronnie, her 16 grandchildren, Kayla, HaiLea, Lander, Levi, Leiam, Maverick, Isaiah, Carter Jo, Kristopher, Sierra, Chazzy, Cady, Preston, Xavier, CJ, Peyton, her two brothers, Jimmy and David, and her sister, Misty. She was a hard working woman, loving mother, wife, and grandmother, who appreciated life and everything about it, and will be remembered as the empowering beautiful soul she always set out to be.

  • Misty Hopper Posted October 21, 2017 10:12 pm

    To my beautiful niece April Snyder Donna’s oldest daughter thank you sweetheart for that eulogy it was simple just as she was, I can only imagine how hard that was for you Jamie Nicole Chad Aaron and little Ronnie to read I know it took me until now to actually read it and try to accept the fact that she has moved on and she was like that let’s go let’s go let’s go let’s book it LOL she’s done a lot of things in life and a lot of things for others in spite of her own needs and wants, May our heavenly father comfort all of us who mourn the loss of her beautiful presents and visit us as often as she can may she be at peace with Mama preparing our place along side of them for some day I hope I am joined with them once again in a world where hate and sadness and pain nor loss exists what a wonderful time that will be when I die Hallelujah by and by I’ll Fly Away, that was one of mom’s favorite hymns even as she was stand doing the dishes when I was a little girl I can remember and I’m sure Donna Mae has sang it herself that’s one thing I’m going to miss about her and that is her love of singing and wanting all of us girls to do something with our voices one day I’m sorry I didn’t fulfill that long ago dream she had but I sure do enjoy it just the same here at home all by myself thank you Donna Mae for teaching me how how to use the gift of singing as my great therapy and Heeler when there’s nothing else left I can remember her having Tears In her eyes many and times listening to myself sing along with you two girls she always loved that about us I love you Donna Mae and I know that you have to be around me since you left this old world because every time I turn around I’m hearing an old 19 6570 s song that I grew up listening to because of you I still had so much I wanted to share with you so just stick around come visit me anytime Hangout as you have been listening to me sing Go Rest High On That Mountain for you today I love you and thank you for all you have done

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