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William Phelps Pittman died at age 64 in Mason Ohio on July 22, 2022.
William “Bill"was born in El Salvador, Central America on April 15, 1958, and was the second son of Robert and Ida Pittman of Glenview Ky. The family moved to Louisville KY in 1963. He graduated from Waggener High School in 1976 and the University of Louisville in 1980. He is survived by his siblings Bob Jr, Dorothy, and Ben Pittman, His nieces and nephews, Katie, Alex, Quinn and Grace.
Bill could work seamlessly with anyone and this talent allowed him to develop a broad range of skills. While earning his BSC at the university of Louisville, Bill worked as an iron worker at Marble Hill Nuclear Power Plant in Southern Indiana.
After college Bill married Leigh Ann Tabor and moved to Chicago where he worked as a marketing executive for an advertising firm for several years. He moved back to Louisville and opened a software store and then sold computers . Bill's knowledge about software and about hardware led him to Cincinnati to work at Pharos technologies where he finished as VP of Operations. Bill continued in software development at various companies and roles including: Frequency Marketing as Director of Client services, Software Product Manager and Computer Service Engineering, Senior Project Manager at Pilar Technology, Director of Project Management Office & demand Planning at Great American, Director of Operations at Cohesion, Consultant/Agile Coach at Credit First National Association, Consultant/Agile Coach at Siemens and continued contracting as a freelance Consultant/Agile Coach.
Among many of Bill’s interests were long distance motorcycle trips and playing practical jokes ; he often had us in stitches with his clever jokes .Bill was an avid reader, especially science-fiction. He was well known for his extensive knowledge in technology and he always knew what the latest and greatest new item would be before almost any one else. Bill's love of technology showed in his interest in video games and science fiction. In contrast the Old West always held a deep fascination with Bill.
Bill could not pass by a sick injured or abandoned kitten. He would take it home care for it and find it a loving home. Bill had a heart of gold and treated his family and friends with such care and kindness. his family and friends will miss him dearly.
A memorial service will be held in the near future. If you want to be notified, please email his sister at firstname.lastname@example.org. We ask that in lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your local SPCA or Humane Society.
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