Francis Bitto

Born on 1950-11-17

Departed on 2010-05-12

Resided in Stafford County, VA

Francis William “Bill” Bitto, 59, of Stafford County, died Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at Mary Washington Hospital.

Mr. Bitto was a member of Temple Baptist Church. He retired from Giant Food where he was a butcher for 30 years.

Survivors include his son William Bitto and his wife, Kimberly of King George; two daughters, Wendy Bitto of Woodbridge, and Tracy Jones and her husband, Jimmy of Stafford; a brother, David MacIsaac and his wife, Louise of Petal, Miss; eight grandchildren, Holly, Audrey, Brittany, Sarah, Macie, Mack, Zachary, and Laci; and his former wife, Linda Phillips.

A funeral service will take place at 11:00 am on Saturday, May 15, 2010 at Temple Baptist Church with the Rev. Michael Reid officiating. Pallbearers will be Mike Perry, Chris Schwitz, Jason Trueman, Kenny Williams, Matt Gayle, and Jimmy Jones. Interment will be private.

Family will receive friends from 6 to 8 on Friday, May 14 at Covenant Funeral Service, Stafford Chapel, 1310 Courthouse Rd., Stafford.

Memorial donations may be made to American Cancer Society, c/o Trudi Clifton, 113 Tallpines Ave., Locust Grove, Va. 22508.

10 thoughts on Francis Bitto

  1. Sarah Wood on said:

    Family of William Bitto. -I wish to
    express my Sympathy to you in the
    loss of Bill. Just know that you were so attentive to him and you
    don’t have any regrets. You are in
    my thoughts and prayers.
    Love Aunt Sarah

  2. Dwayne & Charity Hooper on said:

    Billy&Kim,Tracy&Jimmy& Wendy,
    We are sorry for your loss. Please know all of you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    ~Dwayne & Charity

  3. Stephanie Graziano on said:

    To the Bitto family, I am so sorry for your lost. He loved you guys very much and he is watching over you just like he always did. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
    Stephanie & Nick Graziano

  4. Effie Blankenship on said:

    Billy,Wendy and Tracy I am so sorry for your loss. Although he was ill it’s still never easy to say “Goodbye”. However he is leaving behind a wonderful testament of himself in you three. God Bless and I love you all!! You guys are in mine and Frank’s prayers.

  5. Sherrie Johnson on said:

    Tracy and family, we’re so sorry about the loss of your Dad. We didn’t know him personally but the twins spoke of him often. The pain of his loss will get better with time.
    Sherrie and Bill Johnson

  6. Carrie Fultz on said:

    Wendy, Tracy, Billy – I know personally that no words can ease the pain of losing a parent. So, know that your Daddy will live in your hearts forever. He has beautiful children and grandchildren to carry on his legacy. I really believe he’s watching over everyone. Love all of you!

  7. Bibi Ortiz on said:

    Dear Wendy, Tracy, Billy and families:
    Rarely does one come across a family as tight and committed to one another as the Bitto extended clan. That is the memory I cherish of my times with you all, and with your Dad. He loved his kids and grandkids mightily and you were there for him until the very end. What a beautiful testament at this most difficult time! Just as his loss will shape your lives from here forward, remember that his love and lessons will continue to endure into the future as long as his memory lives in your hearts, and that of your children! May the support of family and friends help you find peace in the coming months……With deepest sympathy.

  8. angela pierce on said:

    Even though we are unable to be with you, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We will always love and remember you.

    Angela and family
    Erik and family
    Jennifer and family

  9. Ray Gibson on said:

    To the Bitto family Ray and I just hear the news today.You will be in our thoughts and prayers at this very sad time.Ray and I worked with Bill at Giant Food and he was a joy to know and a wonderful man. God Bless you all Ray and Pansy Gibson

  10. Glenn & Gail Marcum on said:

    We worked with Bill at Giant for many years. He was a great guy and a lot of fun to work with. He treasured his family and talked about them often. Our sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. Glenn & Gail

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