Isaac Timothy PittilloWhite Hall, AR, 2004 - 2020
Isaac Timothy Pittillo, cherished and beloved son, grandson, and friend, age 16, of White Hall, left his earthly home for his heavenly home on October 13th. Isaac was born April 8th, 2004, in Pine Bluff to parents Chad and Rebecca Pittillo. Isaac was a junior at White Hall High School where he participated in activities including the student council and the Future Farmers of America organization.
A lover of the outdoors, Isaac enjoyed hiking, hunting, and fishing with his family and friends. He also loved sports, especially football, track, and trap shooting. Playing both the piano and the guitar, Isaac's true love and passion was music. As a faithful member of First Baptist Church of White Hall, Isaac used his musical talents to praise the Lord in the church's youth band and adult praise team. Being a young man of great compassion, he showed his love for serving others through mission work with the Southern Baptist work in Asia and Hope Rising Children's Home in Haiti.
Isaac was preceded in death by great-grandparents, James and Montre Pittillo, Bill and Clara Burton, Herbert and Esther Coats, and James Reeves.
Isaac leaves behind many people who cherish the time they had with him. Survivors include his parents; grandparents James "Buddy" and LaDell (Burton) Pittillo and Tim and Susan (Reeves) Coats; uncles and aunts Scott and Dixie Pittillo, and Chris and Jennifer Menard; many cousins, including Ramey Pittillo and Caleb, Connor, Jack, and James Menard, whom he considered siblings; great uncles and aunts Wendell and Alma Boast, Wayne and Betty Pittillo, Larry and Patsy Coats, Butch and Leonette Reeves, Jerry and Judy Reeves, Glenda Lybrand, and Darlene Frye; and great-grandmother Virginia Long. The family would like to express its gratitude to the White Hall community for its outpouring of love and support.
Services will be held at 3:00 on Friday, October 16th, at First Baptist Church of White Hall with Bro. Paul Williams officiating by Ralph Robinson and Son Funeral Directors. All current state covid-19 guidelines will apply for the service. If the seating capacity is reached, all other family and friends are invited to watch the service on the Livestream at www.RalphRobinsonandSon.com. Friends and family are also invited to sign the guestbook and leave video messages for the family. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Isaac's honor can be made to First Baptist Church of White Hall, 8708 Dollarway Road, White Hall, Ark. 71602.
Published October 16, 2020
OBITUARY SUBMITTED BY:
Ralph Robinson & Son
807 South Cherry Street, P.O. Box 5254, Pine Bluff, AR