Rudolph Vasser Pitts
November 15, 1927 -
May 27, 2013

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Mr. Rudolph Vasser Pitts, age 85 of Fayetteville, passed away Monday at his residence. He was the son of the late Oscar B. and Myrtle Vasser Pitts. Mr. Pitts was retired from sales with the Bendix Company and served in the Army. Mr. Pitts will be buried beside his parents in Rose Hill Cemetery.

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  1. Morry Stillwell

    Rudy and I served in the Army during 1950 – 1952 at Redstone Arsinal. I miss his smiling face and will always remember the good times we had when he lived in Hollywood.

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  2. Michael Chandler

    Fayetteville Elks Lodge 1792 will hold a memorial service for Rudy on June 9th 2013 at 1:00 pm at the Lodge. Public welcome. For more information call 931 227 6428.

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  3. Floyd and Imogene Cartwright

    We will miss Rudy as I’m sure a lot of friends will. He was as we knew him, a kind and sharing person. We enjoyed him every year making it to our class reunion. It was as if he had belonged in our class forever. We knew he had been very successful in his career. Rest in Peace, Rudy, you have earned it!!

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  4. June Posey Harmening

    Rudy was in my Brother’s class until he went to the academy. He was a good guy, but much smarter than the rest of us. He had a wonderful career with Bendix, and we were all proud of him.

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  5. Susan Thompson

    There was so much more to Rudy than what is written in his obituary…he was indeed one of a kind. I will miss him as I considered myself one of his friends. Rest In Peace, dear friend.

    Susu

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5 Comments

  1. Morry Stillwell

    Rudy and I served in the Army during 1950 – 1952 at Redstone Arsinal. I miss his smiling face and will always remember the good times we had when he lived in Hollywood.

    Reply
  2. Michael Chandler

    Fayetteville Elks Lodge 1792 will hold a memorial service for Rudy on June 9th 2013 at 1:00 pm at the Lodge. Public welcome. For more information call 931 227 6428.

    Reply
  3. Floyd and Imogene Cartwright

    We will miss Rudy as I’m sure a lot of friends will. He was as we knew him, a kind and sharing person. We enjoyed him every year making it to our class reunion. It was as if he had belonged in our class forever. We knew he had been very successful in his career. Rest in Peace, Rudy, you have earned it!!

    Reply
  4. June Posey Harmening

    Rudy was in my Brother’s class until he went to the academy. He was a good guy, but much smarter than the rest of us. He had a wonderful career with Bendix, and we were all proud of him.

    Reply
  5. Susan Thompson

    There was so much more to Rudy than what is written in his obituary…he was indeed one of a kind. I will miss him as I considered myself one of his friends. Rest In Peace, dear friend.

    Susu

    Reply

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