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Obituary - Catherine "McKay" Pittman



Ms. Catherine (McKay) Pittman age 21 of Alpharetta, Ga., passed away April 22, 2015. She was a junior at Georgia Southern University studying nursing. While at Georgia Southern University she was president of the Alpha Delta Chi Sorority, a student ambassador and active in mission work. She was a graduate of Milton High School in 2012 and was a member of their soccer team. McKay dedicated her life to serving others. She is survived by her parents, Sherrin Collins Pittman of Alpharetta, Sam and Jane Pittman of Sandy Springs; sister, Sydney Pittman of Alpharetta; grandparents, Donna Bemont & Bill Lehr of Alpharettta, John Bemont of Cumming. Frank and Barbara Ellis of Alpharetta, Jack and Susan Pittman of Roswell, Harry and Mary Ellen Hawkins of Denver, NC; aunts and uncles, Catherine and Chad Cox, Kelley McKay, Matthew Bemont, Michelle and Gary Pittman; niece, Cate Cox; nephew, Caden Cox and numerous other extended family and friends. Flowers are being accepted but donations may also be made at any Wells Fargo Branch in the name of McKay Pittman Memorial. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 3:30pm at the First Baptist Church of Alpharetta. Northside Chapel Funeral Directors, Roswell, GA. 770-645-1414.www.northsidechapel.com 

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