Obituary for Jimmy Lee Pittman


Jimmy Lee Pittman

January 17, 1960 - August 5, 2019

Jimmy Lee Pittman was born January 17th, 1960 to Jimmie W. Pittman and Geneva (Masters, Pittman) Riley. He married Brenda L. (Ingle) Pittman on June 24th, 1996. Jimmy died at his Greenwood, Indiana home on August 5th, 2019

Jimmy lived life to the fullest, played hard, and worked harder. His colorful, outgoing personality and always being himself endeared him to people wherever he went. He never met a stranger and would, (and has) given anyone in need, the shirt off his back or his last dollar. He loved his family and his many friends with all his heart. His favorite thing to do was hang out in the back yard with his friends around a fire.

Jimmy is survived by wife Brenda Pittman Greenwood, IN, his father Jimmie W Pittman Lawrenceburg, KY, stepmother Phillis Pittman Lawrenceburg, KY, brother Cletus Riley (Joy) Lawrenceburg, KY, sisters Debbie Pittman Lebanon, KY, Ramona Pittman Lawrenceburg, KY,       Pamela Argo (Bill) Lexington, KY, Brenda Riley (Angelique) Lawrenceburg, KY, and Katrina Pittman (Darrel)  Lawrenceburg, KY. His son Raymond Fox (Teria) Brookville, IN, daughter Sara Doneff Greenwood, IN, stepdaughter Lindsey Ward Greenwood, IN, stepsons Christopher Hawkins (Nikie) Lawrenceburg, KY, and Cameron Riley (Ashley) Lawrenceburg, KY. Jimmy is also survived by his granddaughters Adreonna Fox Brookville, IN and Alexia Riley Lawrenceburg, KY, and grandsons Austin Bowman Brookville, IN, Dawson Hill Greenwood, IN, and Josiah Hawkins Lawrenceburg, KY.

Jimmy is preceded in death by his mother Geneva (Masters, Pittman) Riley, stepfather Cletus Riley, daughter Nicole Whitney, sister Linda Riley, and his dog Tipsey and bird Peaches.


Celebration of Jimmy’s life will be held Thursday August 15th, 2019 at

Smith Valley United Methodist Church

5293 Old Smith Valley Rd Greenwood, IN 46143

5:30 -7:30 pm

Service will begin at 6 pm

Memorial service in his hometown of Lawrenceburg, KY is pending.

Theresa Davis Beatty posted on August 12, 2019

Katrina, I am so sorry for your loss. My Thoughts and Prayers are with You and Your Family. Love You My Friend!!!

Pamela Williams posted on August 10, 2019

God bless your in my prayers

Eva Mcwilliams posted on August 10, 2019

In memory of , Eva Mcwilliams lit a candle

Eva Mcwilliams posted on August 10, 2019

Sorry to hear of Jimmies passing. He was always a funny guy to be around and was always laughing when he was with our family. Haven’t seen him in years but I remember him and his kind ways he always showed. I’m praying for his family to have peace. God Bless you all ❤️

Leslie Hutcheson posted on August 10, 2019

So sorry for your Loss!! This world has lost a great Man , husband, father, son, and especially a grandpa!!! Jimmy was a person who once you met him you could never forget him!! I feel privileged to have known him. I didn't know him real well but he left an awesome impression on me every time I seen him!! I know he absolutely loved being a Grandpa and he definitely loved his Brenda!! I work at Walgreens in greenwood and I had the pleasure of checking him out at least once a week or two. He was always such a pleasure to see. He always left me in a better mood after his stories about his man Dawson!! He sure loved that little boy probably more than life itself!! I know he will be flying high watching over hid family and friends!! We will miss you Jimmy!!!

Jim & Joy Frankenberger posted on August 9, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. He was a very nice man and will be greatly missed. Jim & Joy Frankenberger

Terri Thorpe posted on August 9, 2019

Brenda and Family, so sorry to hear about Jimmy, will be thinking of you during this difficult time my Friend!

Penny Coffey posted on August 9, 2019

Jimmy was a good man! He will always be in the heart of those he loved. RIP and prayers for those who survive him!

Cindy Brosius posted on August 9, 2019

Brenda my heart goes out to you and your family sending you hugs warm thoughts and prayers

Tabitha Conover (Darland) posted on August 9, 2019

The worlds a little less happier place without “Jim Jim” 😔 Growing up this man could do no wrong in my eyes! He ALWAYS had a smile on his face and loved to hang out with us kids! I went everywhere with him and my Nana Dottie! He taught me to swim and how to be a tomboy! I’ll never forget all the memories we made! You’re one of the reasons my childhood was so amazing!! Fly high Jim Jim 😇💖

Jeri Miller posted on August 9, 2019

praying for strengh and comfort for his family


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