C.B. Pitchford

30 Condolences

30 Condolences

  1. We are so sorry to hear of CB’s passing. We are all shocked and you are in our thoughts and prayers.

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  2. We knew him and were shocked and saddened when we read the news. He and his family were kind to us when we visited the Norfolk area in the early 1990s and always had a positive upbeat attitude. Our deepest sympathies to his family members.Love,The Jones Family

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  3. Sure was shocked to hear about C.B. Hope the good memories will always stay with you all.

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  4. May God bless the family during this sad time.Dan-

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  5. I met Clyde through a friend, Lynda Bond. Clyde was a very nice man & seemed to always be there for Lynda. I am sure he will be missed. God Bless Ya’ll during your Loss.

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  6. How dearly we miss the Pitchfords! My respect and sympathy to the family from me and The Wesleymen Bible Class, 5100 E. Virginia Beach Blvd., Norfolk, VA 23502 Hal J. Bonney, Jr., Teacher Emeritus.

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  7. Clyde was so kind to my mother. She lives at the Village at Woods Edge in Franklin. Clyde would bake rolls and make chicken salad to take to her. He would then visit with her. He was a kind man. My prayers are with you on your loss. Linda

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  8. Owen and Gale,I am so saddened by the news of CB’s passing. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.john

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  9. We are very sorry to hear of the family’s lost. I grew up across the street from the Pitchford’s home in Norfolk and have many great memories of C.B.

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  10. I met Clyde by way of a mutual friend. Clyde was respected and loved by many in Franklin. I often heard of his kindnesses towards others. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

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  11. My thoughts are with the family at this difficult time. The Clyde I knew was a charming & likable gentleman with a generous spirit & easy going charm. I will miss him. May he find peace.

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  12. Clyde was a very nice man. He treate everyone at the Sheraton Norfolk hotel with with respect and was very friendly. Man is not suppose to judge him. Only God can Judge. May prayers are with the family.

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  13. I have many fond memories of sharing breakfast with Clyde and Ben at the Pace House where I first met Clyde. As my sister posted here, he was a very good friend to our Mother and would take goodies to her and visit. His love and devotion to his parents was a wonderful attribute. I pray that God will be with him and his family and friends at this time.

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  14. Owen & Gale,I am so saddened to learn of CB’s passing. He was a wonderful friend for many years. He had a beautiful voice and will always remember him singing at Eva May’s recitals. We laughed alot about him being a bubba and loving Elvis. I will miss his beauitful handwriting and thoughtful birthday cards. He was impectably dressed regardless of the occasion at all times…the only kid in elementary school who wore a tie! His smile lit up the room.My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.Rexanne

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  15. I hope he is remembered as a funloving gentleman may he rest in peace

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  16. We are so sad to learn of CB’s passing. May he rest in peace and may each of you, his family, find the love of God, family, and friends to sustain you. With our love.

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  17. We are so sorry to hear of C.B.’s passing. May God be with the family during this troublesome time. May this bring them peace.

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  18. My sincerest and most heatfelt sympathies go to you and to the entire family. C.B. was a special person even in elementary school where we both attended Lansdale.

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  19. Clyde was a very thoughtful and wonderful man. We were very blessed to have known him through my father in law. He brought us much happiness just by knowing him. Our prayers are with his family during this difficult time.

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  20. Gaylee…and family….My heart aches with sadness from Clyde’s death. He was the best buddy a daughter could ask for her mom. You know how much he meant to her…and to me and my family! He always made me laugh even when all I wanted to do was cry. I hope it is his laughter and jokes and good memories that get you through the days ahead. Know that those that stand and try to judge and be ugly…that it is easier to cast a stone at another than look in ones own backyard. And those that do that…they don’t matter anyway. The ones that matter will surround you with love and laughter! Hugs to you all!

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  21. SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT CB. MY THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU ALL

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  22. On behalf of my family who lived next door to Clyde, I want to express our sincere condolences to his family. He was a wonderful neighbor to my parents and was always appearing on their doorstep with food in hand from the local catering store. He was a good neighbor and still kept in touch with my parents even after they moved to a retirement home nearby. He will be missed.

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  23. He was a very nice man and I will miss him.

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  24. To Gaylee and family very sorry for the lost of your brother. He was a loving caring and loving person, I meet him while taking care of your mother and father which was a joy to me. Clyde was like a son too me when he will see that some was brothing me he would say what dose the word say about it. Clyde always know how to make me smile. He was loving to everyone in came in contact with and everyone love him. Clyde was my heart, friend, buddy, and I’am going to miss him. It’ a song out that say I WILL MISS YOU MY BUDDY AND FRIEND!!! Love you Clyde with all my heart.

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  25. To Galelee, so sorry about Mr Clyde death and I want you to know that he was will love in this area. I loved Mr.Clyde he was always concern about me all the time, and others too. He will be well miss very much. Mr Clyde you will always be with me. The way you smile, talk, laugh, sing,joke. I thank God for putting you in my life. Mr. Clyde was a great man in my life. Love You Mr. Clyde

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  26. I will miss your smile and your own unique way of greeting people whom you came in contact with over this short time I got to know you.. GOODBYE….

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  27. To the family of my dear friend who help me to laugh and have fun after the death of my husband. I miss such a caring and fun loving person and am sure there will be many others. He cared a great deal about everyone.

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  28. I first met Clyde in 2004 when I joined High Street UMC in Franklin. He attended every Sunday with his parents and you could tell it meant an awful lot to them that he took them to church. I still have a clear memory of his mother’s wonderful smile. It was a pleasure to get to know him better when we both served on the facilities committee in later years. I saw him living the Christian principle of putting others before self. I pray that his soul is at peace and that his family and friends are comforted by fond memories of Clyde.

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  29. My thoughts go out to CB’s family. As a friend in high school, CB was always smiling and trying to make others happy and cheerful. I hope he has finally found peace.

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  30. I am so sorry that I missed the service-I just found this, although I was aware of his passing earlier on. My heart is with you Owen.love you dear friend

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