This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, JoAnne Pittman, 70 years old, born on November 14, 1951, and passed away on July 20, 2022. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Kevin Lynch on July 29, 2022
My condolences to the family. Joanne was a consummate professional, a caring specialist, and a friend to all. She will be missed. Thank you for sharing her life with us.
Posted by Darriva Evans on July 29, 2022
I’m so hurt Auntie! I love you so much and I’m going to miss you. I’m thankful for the connection we had and for the advice you shared with me. It’s because of you that I know not to let the little things bother me. Your outward strength has always been admirable and you’ve always been so understanding.

You’re at peace now. Give grandma and Quentin a hug for me . Look after us
Posted by Catrice Prailow on July 29, 2022
I am sending my condolences to your love ones.....
You were very nice to work with. Every time i called you never hesitate to help and provided advise.
Posted by Antonio Murray on July 29, 2022
Office Momma Pittman, my heart hurts to know that you're not here anymore so that I can see that smile that lights up the room while providing motherly advice on all facets of life. I will miss you so much. I'm praying for the family to find smiles amid the tears as you remember the great times. --Antonio
Posted by Shonta Penny on July 29, 2022
Hello mom I miss you so much I miss our long talks I miss you calling me and me calling you though the day every day I will always love you you are the most loving caring mom in the world continue to rest peacefully love you mom life will never be the same without you here
Posted by Bernadette Pittman on July 29, 2022
To my beautiful sister I love you so much Joanne and it hurts my heart that you have gone I can only remember the good times we had you would come over to my house and I will cook dinner for you or I will bring dinner to you we would go to the casino together or play the the lottery together and say one of us was going to hit Joanne I miss you so much I don't know what to say right now but I love you and I wish you were still here with me but but you are in a better place now no more pain I love you sis until we meet again rest my angel
Posted by Jacqueline Kemp on July 29, 2022
Dear Sister

We know you was not ready to leave us, but you had a higher calling. You are know among many as you stand in line to receive your wings. You will be forever missed. Spread your wings….
Love ❤️ you. Until we meet again. 
Posted by Nardia Bennett on July 29, 2022
My deepest condolences to Joanne's family on your untimely loss. I know she had deep love for you all and I'm praying you will find the strength to get you through this difficult time.  Rest in peace, Joanne.
Posted by Robin Redd-Miller on July 28, 2022
My heartfelt condolences to the Pittman family. I share in your sorrow and pain. My prayers is that God will grant you all with his angels of comfort and strength during this very difficult time. Joanne was a true jewel to work with, and I’m so thankful for the years I was blessed with being her colleague. You have my deepest sympathy.
Posted by MAXINE BARNES on July 28, 2022
Words fail to express my deepest sorrow for your loss. Joanne was a wonderful person ,She helped me through a lot of stressful moments during my retirement . she made it an easy process. A real trooper. My heart goes out to your family and you will truly be missed.. God Bless.
Posted by Alton White on July 28, 2022
“A friend is one to whom one may pour out the contents of one’s heart, chaff and grain together, knowing that gentle hands will take and sift it, keep what is worth keeping, and with a breath of kindness, blow the rest away” ---Joanne you did it with such grace and dignity!! Your unexpectedly death has left a heartache, but I will give thanks to God always for the beautiful blessing of our friendship. --Alton
Posted by Alton White on July 28, 2022
To the family,
Our collective hearts are heavy with sympathy. We are deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. May care and love of those around you provide comfort, courage, and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences. ---Office of Human Resources (JM20) Team.
Posted by Clara Wise on July 29, 2022
Joanne, My heart was broken when I heard that you passed. You were so full of life and we shared a laugh every time we talked. From day one you treated me like family; giving words of wisdom and encouragement. Thank you for loving Joshua and I as your own. Rest in Heaven. You have earned your wings. Give my mom a hug for me. I am going to miss you SO much and treasure our wonderful memories. We will love you always. - C. Louise Wise
Posted by Jodie Penny on July 28, 2022
Hey mom! I already miss you calling me saying, “Hey Ms Penny are you asleep or working.” It doesn’t matter because whatever you needed or called to talk about I am up for you. You are resting now. I know you will be watching over us. Nothing like a mothers love and you loved your family.
Posted by Sharon Caboga on July 28, 2022
Joanne - There are no words to describe the hurt I feel. Our work relationship was good but our friendship meant so much more than you will ever know. I am going to miss you so much. We have been there for each other through good times and bad. You would do anything for me and I would do the same for you. I am going to miss everything about you. You have touched so many lives that I don't think you even realize. Rest in peace my sweet friend. I will remember you always. I love you Ms. Pittman.
Posted by Gail Savoy on July 28, 2022
Sending condolences to the Pittman family.  Will always remember Joanne as a kind and sweet person.  Will miss our bus trips together.  R.I.P Joanne.  
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Posted by Linda Brown on August 11, 2022
Our deepest condolences to a wonderful and caring person God be with the family in their time of grief
Posted by Patti Lehman on August 10, 2022
Joanne was one of the most kind people I have ever met! She was always so welcoming and took as much time as necessary to ensure you full understood the subject matter. It was an honor to have known Joanne and my deepest condolences to her family! She will be greatly and deeply missed!
Posted by Darin Tuggle on August 10, 2022
Joanne was such a presence at OIG that it is hard to imagine the place without her there. I will miss her and sincerely regret her passing and the loss to her family and friends.
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Posted by Rachel Tolson Nash on August 5, 2022
My sincere condolences to the Pittman family on the loss of your beloved Joanne..... 
I recall the three of us (Joanne, myself and the late Norma Adams) were close friends during the late 60's. Joanne had a caring, fun & lively personality. We often enjoyed going over each other's house to hang out, trying styles on each other's hair & also shopping in the Georgetown area--- sometimes picking outfits that match.
Even though many years have past & we had lost contact, I'm grateful to reflect & value, having known such a kind individual & also the blessing of many wonderful memories!
Prayerfully......    Rachel
Shared by Gaile Wells on July 28, 2022
My dearest Sister,

It's tough for me to sit here and write this letter to you. I’m trying to come to grips with the fact that you are no longer here with us in the flesh. Whenever I called you during your work week you always answered or returned my call. You would say “What’s up” is there anything wrong? I would say, I’m just calling to check on my sister and hear how you are doing. You would say “ I’m fine just working, but I have a few minutes. No matter how busy you were you always had a few minutes to talk to me. You always asked how was the girls and Dwight. You enjoyed the mini video clips I would send you of Sadie acting out. You would say “ Sadie has an old soul” and laugh. Yeah, I ‘m missing your laugh and miss hearing your voice. You were a generous and giving person and your best quality was helping anyone who sought your help or advice.  I will no longer hear you say goodbye, and I love you after our conversations. I love you and missing you so very much. You are no longer in pain or struggling to breathe and sleep. God wanted you with him and his will was done. Rest in sleep my dear sweet sister. ❤️