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40 - October 1, 2012 10:51 pm

Name:

chris matz

Location:

london uk

Comments:

where would we be without men like this.god bless bill.god wanted you to leave your work for others and their families and generations to come peace love.chris m

 

39 - September 10, 2010 11:32 pm

Name:

Gerry O.

Location:

Mankato, Mn. Blue Earth

Comments:

DOS 9/11/88 Pleasant thought's and memories at Hazelden and Fellowship Club. I can tell a book by it's author.

 

38 - July 15, 2010 10:02 pm

Name:

Rob Miller

Location:

Comments:

I have made so many friends through your site.

 

37 - May 22, 2010 12:40 pm

Name:

Barbara Coverley

Location:

Madison, CT 06443

Comments:

I was a classmate of Bill's at NYU in 1984-86 (GSAS Sociology). He was a serious guy, but not without a wry sense of humor. We met early on in my program, at a welcome party given by Prof. Heydebrand for incoming students. It is a shock to learn of Bill's death, as I visited for the first time today NYU's FB web sites. (I have only infrequently been in touch with the University.)

My belated, sincere condolences to the Pittman family. He was a good friend.

 

36 - March 14, 2010 2:59 pm

Name:

Robert S. Pierce

Location:

Dublin CA. USA

Comments:

Happened across the book-(AA the way it began)-I was sober about 15 years at the time-----it gave me answers to things about AA and Alcoholism that made my life easier. I just celebrated 39 years sober. Bill Pitman the most thorough
research/writer I ever read. I am sure he is in a better place.
He needs no call,no letter, no film. Now we can all just pause in our busy life and say Bill we miss you---but will treasure you always for what you left behind.

 

35 - January 24, 2009 1:37 pm

Name:

Lin Robinson

Location:

Wichita, KS, USA

Comments:

I worked for several years with Bill at Glen Abbey Books in Seattle. He was unfailingly kind, even-tempered, and encouraging. He involved me in much more than the day-to-day processes of publishing, arranging for me to attend several large book shows and even to supervise book signings for one of our authors. Bill was always willing to share his expertise and his wonderful sense of humor with those around him. Although I'd not seen him since he moved to Hazelden, I will miss him very much. He was a rock when I needed one. Thanks, Bill!

 

34 - July 31, 2008 7:15 am

Name:

Liam

Location:

Borrisokane, Co. Tipperary, Ireland

Comments:

Many thanks for his inspirations and great works...Liam

 

33 - June 14, 2008 6:31 am

Name:

Gary Reing

Location:

New York, New York

Comments:

I first met Bill in 1985 while I was at Fellowship Club. He always donated copies of the Grapevine for residents to read. Over the years we ran into each other a number of other times both in New York and in MN. He was an inspiration in early sobriety and I admired his work. Just checking the AA history website on my anniversary and was not aware he passed away.

 

32 - January 7, 2008 2:01 pm

Name:

Donna G.

Location:

NY, NY

Comments:

I am indebted to Bill Pittman for his contributions to my scholarly work and my sobriety. May God's great love and light be with you now and always, Mr. Pittman. You have made the world a better place. May your loved ones find peace and comfort knowing your good work has helped so many. We are so grateful!

 

31 - January 7, 2008 9:48 am

Name:

Katherine Nelson, PhD

Location:

Bethesda, Maryland

Comments:

I am so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. He was so generous in helping me at the Hazelden-Pittman Archives when I was working on my dissertation several years ago. His work on temperance and addiction has been a tremendous help to me. I am so grateful for his encouragement of my work. I will miss him greatly and will continue to be inspired by his work and example. Katherine Nelson, PhD in History from American University

 

30 - December 15, 2007 3:34 am

Name:

Dianna

Location:

Midwest City, OK - USA

Comments:

Now in the home of his higher power. after reading this obit. I was inspired to pass it on and to look for some of his other books I do not have. With deepest sympathy to all of his family.(including AA) We know that he truly rests in peace.

 

29 - December 14, 2007 3:29 pm

Name:

Willie & Bill

Location:

Galveston, Tx. US

Comments:

Bill was a great asset to the program of AA and Al-Anon. He will be greatly missed. We thought he was a great man.

 

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