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James “Jim” D. Kitterman

  • On March 29, 2020

James “Jim” D. Kitterman, age 79 of Castle Shannon, passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by family on Saturday, March 28, 2020. Beloved husband of 40 years to Pam Kitterman. Jim was born September 15, 1940 in Pittsburgh, PA and is the son of the late Bernard and Hazel Kitterman. Loving father of Pam Ferrari; Cherished Grandfather to Robert Ferrari; Brother-in-law of Cheryl (Frank) Curran and Uncle to David (Mandy) Scully, Thomas, (Kara), and daughter Quinn Scully, Stani, Veronica and Alec Curran. And his best friend, Rocco. Also, survived by many Aunts, Uncles, cousins and friends.

Jim loved hunting, fishing and watching sports with his family. His favorite was being with his family. He had a sharp sense of humor and will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him

A gathering of family and friends for a celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at pittsburghcreamation.com

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Kathi Stolte
  • Mar 29 2020
Jim always made me laugh every time I saw him with a joke and his warm smile. We’re so very sorry for the loss of this good man, the patriarch of your family, and your dearly loved husband, Pam. May Jim be at peace and resting in God’s loving embrace. Our love and prayers continue for everyone. 💙
Thomas Kvederis
  • Mar 29 2020
With heavy hearts, we share your great loss, as Jim goes to the City of Light. We expect to see him again and send our love and wishes for peace to all who knew him. Thomas and M. Denise Kvederis
terry evans
  • Mar 30 2020
long time friend and later a customer he will be missed Pam if you need any thing call the shop and i will try to help you we were friends since high school from the 1950s
David scully
  • Apr 17 2020
Hey Jim’s real daughters and EX wife. Jim may have made mistakes in his life but his has also saved two young boys and raised them as his own. Shame on you for posting something like this. Grow up and move on. Mistakes are made everyday and Ruth. Don’t act like you haven’t made any mistakes. To Jim’s real daughter, not his wife. I lost my parents when I was 13 I know your pain and it’s horrible. I promise you. I wouldn’t be half the man I am today without him.