Sylvia Pitts

Sylvia Pitts

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1939 -2020

Sylvia Clark Pitts passed away peacefully in her home on May 14, 2020.

Sylvia was born July 05 1939 to Elmo R. and Melba Thorn Clark.

She married Robert Ted Pitts on June 7, 1957. She is survived by her husband, Ted and her children, Daina Pitts,

Robert Dean (Deanna) Pitts, Andrea (Kregg) Holdaway, Kaylynne (Randy) Nelson, 4 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

In honoring her wishes we will be having a private graveside service for her immediate family members, only.

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Robert Holdaway

Posted at 09:16pm
I grew up a friend of Daina, we used to play at her house when we were kids. We used to drive tote goats together and sister Pitts would always make sure we were being careful. He was always kind to me, even when I walked on her grass. I want to offer my condolences to my friend Daina and her family.
Robert Holdaway

Francis and Nyda Harrison

Posted at 09:59am
Ted and Family- Mary just informed me of Sylvia’s death. She was a favorite cousin. Her mother Melba and my Mother Lavada were inseparable sisters. Sylvia and I over the years shared family history and pictures and Christmas cards. We will truly miss her. Please accept our love and sympathy

Valerie Young King

Posted at 03:16pm
Uncle Ted and family, Im so sorry to hear about Aunt Sylvia. I love you and your beautiful family so much! I loved seeing aunt Sylvia and all of you growing up. I remember spending time at your beautiful home. She was so talented how amazing she kept it. The inside is as beautiful as the outside! I remember smelling her yummy cooking and playing in her beautiful yard. I will miss her. My mom adored her and I know she is so happy to be with her again. Love you all! My prayers and thoughts are always with you all.

Jan Goodrich, Doyle Mortimer, Brandon Zollinger

Posted at 12:29pm
Dear Ted and family, We send our love and sympathy at the passing of Sylvia, a wonderful woman. Sincerely, Orem Orchard Stake Presidency
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Mark Williams

Posted at 08:53am
I am so sorry to see this. No one ever had a greener thumb and keep their lawn so well manicured. Once, perhaps 10 years ago, I decided to see if the grass would work as a putting green. Since my back was to the house, the upstairs window opened and Sylvia demanded to know what I was doing.. When I turned around she said, It had to be you. Both Ted and Sylvia have treated me well over the years and I offer condolences to him and the family.

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