ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Rita Howard Witkus 44 years old , born on October 20, 1964 and passed away on June 5, 2009. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Brian Witkus on June 6, 2019
10 years ago yesterday is when my Best Friend went to be with our HEAVENLY FATHER to spend eternity with Her Family & Friends in Heaven. Even though we don't have Her here in person, She is here in our Hearts, with our Souls and in our Dreams. We may miss You Always. Love You forever and a Day.
Posted by Brian Witkus on October 20, 2017
To my Loving Best Friend & My Wife
Rita Jean Howard Witkus
Soothing My Soul
     The mention of my Wife's name may bring tears to my eyes, but it never fails to bring music to my ears. If You are a true Friend, let me hear our beautiful music of Her name. It may be sad, but it soothes my broken Heart, and it sings in my Soul.
From Your Loving & Caring Husband
Brian Herbert Witkus
Love You Forever & a Day.
Posted by Brian Witkus on June 6, 2016
Some people say "There is always more fish in the sea."
Other people say "The good ones are few & far between."
I say "The best ones are once in a lifetime."
Rita, You are my Once in a Lifetime.
I Love You, Forever & a day.
Posted by Stephen Witkus on May 10, 2016
In loving memories to my sister in law, Brian she is a better place, just up there waiting for you.
Posted by Brian Witkus on April 13, 2016
My heart will ALWAYS be with You no matter how far apart we will be in person Your heart will ALWAYS be with mine. Love You Forever & a day. Signed Your husband Brian Witkus.

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Posted by Brian Witkus on June 6, 2019
10 years ago yesterday is when my Best Friend went to be with our HEAVENLY FATHER to spend eternity with Her Family & Friends in Heaven. Even though we don't have Her here in person, She is here in our Hearts, with our Souls and in our Dreams. We may miss You Always. Love You forever and a Day.
Posted by Brian Witkus on October 20, 2017
To my Loving Best Friend & My Wife
Rita Jean Howard Witkus
Soothing My Soul
     The mention of my Wife's name may bring tears to my eyes, but it never fails to bring music to my ears. If You are a true Friend, let me hear our beautiful music of Her name. It may be sad, but it soothes my broken Heart, and it sings in my Soul.
From Your Loving & Caring Husband
Brian Herbert Witkus
Love You Forever & a Day.
Posted by Brian Witkus on June 6, 2016
Some people say "There is always more fish in the sea."
Other people say "The good ones are few & far between."
I say "The best ones are once in a lifetime."
Rita, You are my Once in a Lifetime.
I Love You, Forever & a day.
Recent stories

Our first born

Shared by Brian Witkus on June 6, 2016

We had planned a trip to 6 flags in North Carolina. We drove there with some friends. We started to ride the rides when Her Friend asked Her if She was feeling okay?  Rita said that She didn't feel good. The last ride we rode, She started getting sick. Rita's Friend told Her that She was glowing. Rita said it must have been something She ate. After we got back to Statesville North Carolina, Rita bought a pregnancy test. Itcame back positive.3 months later we found out we were going to have a Baby Boy. Sk we named Him Kory Lynn.

How I met Rita

Shared by Brian Witkus on June 6, 2016

After I was discharged from the Marines in 1984. I was walking back to Wisconsin. I stopped in this small coal mining town in Southern West Virginia. There was a Bar in the side of the mountain called the Underground. I had to go in. I walked in & scoped the place out. I seen a Young Lady sitting in the corner. So I ordered a shot of Jack & a beer. After I was done with that, I walked over to Her & said, "Excuse me Miss, What type of hair-do do Ya call that?" She said "The Rita Whip." So I found out what Her name was. We commenced to drinking. A 5' 2" Kentucky Redhead drank me under the table. So I married Her.