Returned to his Heavenly Home on January 30th 2016 (from a massive heart attack). He was loved, honored and respected by all those who knew him. The first thing most people were impressed with is what a kind heart he had. He had a wonderful way of loving everyone that he knew. He touched each of our lives with his example of Christ like love, patience, kindness and integrity. He was born (October 12, 1951) and raised in Tooele, Utah. Graduated from Tooele High school, lettering all 4 Years in swimming and went to state. Attended Southern Utah University then served a wonderful mission to the Cook Islands. He gave 8 years of service in the Army National Guard. He loved and played baseball, then coached a first place winning county rec. team. Some of his passions were hunting, hiking, muscle cars, politics and patriotism. But his first love was always his family, and friends, with a special place in his heart for his primary children. No words can express how greatly he is loved and how intensely he will be missed by all those privileged to know him. But we are comforted by the knowledge that there was great joy in Heaven, when he was welcomed home by his father and mother, Donald Bryan Pitt and Ruth Shields Pitt, many Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles who preceded him. Those of us left to carry on until we are able to be with him again, His wife; Mary W Pitt, Children; Bryan Pitt ( Rhonda) Richelle Morrison (Matt) Devan Pitt, Alia Pitt, and Trent Bello. Todd Bello, Trevor Bello and Tim Bello. Siblings; Craig Pitt (Dolene), Alan Pitt, Barry Pitt (Michelle), Peggy Pitt (Larry) and many, many grandchildren, great grand children, nieces, nephews, friends and neighbors. A viewing will be held Wednesday, February 3rd, at the LDS Overlake 4th Ward building (220 W 2200 N, Tooele) from 6:00 to 8:00pm. Funeral services will be held at the same location on Thursday, February 4th. A viewing will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 am and the funeral will be at 11:00 am. Interment will follow at Tooele City Cemetery (361 S 100 E, Tooele). Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.