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28 - December 13, 2007 10:34 pm

Name:

norman finlayson

Location:

Oban, Argyll. Scotland U.K

Comments:

Will always be remembered a great Historian
for A.A.

YOURS WITH LOVE IN THE FELLOWSHIP, WILL BE SADLY MISSED.
NORRIE F OBAN SUNDAY NIGHT GROUP
SCOTLAND U K

 

27 - December 11, 2007 8:05 pm

Name:

Mike T.

Location:

Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

Comments:

He is in Gods hands now. My prayers are with you, he will live forever within your hearts.

 

26 - December 10, 2007 12:14 pm

Name:

Phil G

Location:

Thames New Zealand

Comments:

Deepest sympathy to the family from Friends of Bill W in New Zealand

 

25 - November 30, 2007 8:59 pm

Name:

Franklin Berger

Location:

New York, NY

Comments:

Bill was a tremendously warm and strong presence in my life.
I remember Glenn Abbey Books, going out to visit at the founding; and, of course, I fondly remember his guidance to me early on.
I miss him and always felt that I could call him and immediately connect to our early times together.
My warm remembrances and wishes to Mary and all the family from a New York and Center City friend,
Franklin

 

24 - November 27, 2007 7:10 pm

Name:

Susan Mims

Location:

Jackson, MS

Comments:

Jim I am so sorry for your lost. He was a
good friend to you. Good friends are hard
to replace but memories are never forgotten.
Remember the good happy times and the joy of
having been a part of Bill's life. Sincerely
Susan

 

23 - November 27, 2007 12:01 pm

Name:

Jeanine Connelley

Location:

Hammond, LA

Comments:

My deepest sympathy to the Pittman Family and beloved friends, the Graves Family.

 

22 - November 27, 2007 8:45 am

Name:

Carl and Cheryl Schneider

Location:

Hammond, LA USA

Comments:

Bill, you came so close to moving to North Carolina, one of the most beautiful areas in the country: Wonderful fishing, beautiful mountains, and the stillness and grandeur that comes only from God!

God speed!

 

21 - November 26, 2007 8:26 am

Name:

Warren Adam

Location:

Rockford, IL USA

Comments:

I first became acquainted with Bill because of my interest in the Hazelden-Pittman Archives and AA History in general. As an alumni and Hazelden Board Member, I frequently visited Bill at Hazelden and discussed the Archives and the books he was publishing.

I have known Bill for over 10 years. I have always considered him a close friend. He was a generous person and one upon whom I could always depend. I will miss him sorely.

 

20 - November 25, 2007 5:51 pm

Name:

Edith

Location:

Slidell, LA 70458

Comments:

I am grieved to hear of Mr. Pittman's death.
Was he an alcoholic in recovery. I just joined Al-Anon for "Real" this time.

Are any of his books available? I was going to type a copy of 12 Step Prayers for my 1st alcoholic, but if I can order it that would be better.

 

19 - November 24, 2007 9:15 am

Name:

Dave W.

Location:

Daytona Beach, Florida USA

Comments:

Bill came here to Daytona to help me organize papers passed on to our intergroup archives that were about Richmond Walker. He gave us much of his time and knowledge on this matter. I am so sorry to here of his passing. He had so much to give and gave. I will miss his spiritualty also. Now he is with the Lord and helping up there, I know.

 

18 - November 24, 2007 6:52 am

Name:

Cecile S.

Location:

Montreal, Canada

Comments:

Thank you for having been here and all the good you have done and left, we'll meet again soon, say hello to all the AA's aleady there. Love Cecile.

 

17 - November 23, 2007 3:04 pm

Name:

Patty Botes

Location:

Eden Prairie, Minnesota USA

Comments:

I will miss Bill. I spent many hours reading through the Bill's AA collection when he came to Hazelden and hours listening to his stories. He gave me a huge thirst to know the history of AA and the understanding of all those who played such an important in our early years. I am so thankful for the legacy he gave to AA through his writings and compilations. He gave an immense gift to those of us in recovery. I hope his name lives on at Hazelden, The Wilson House, and the Retreat. And I hope that there are others "out there" that will be inspired to know more and write more about our history. Thank you Bill, "you done good". Your friend, Patty Botes

 

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