He served his country in the United States Army, and received an honorable discharge.
Mr. Pittman was preceded in death by his father, Arthur “Shag” James Pittman, Sr.; a brother: Mark Pittman and a sister: Angela Daneen Pittman.
Arthur leaves precious memories with his mother, Lorene Pittman of Jacob City, Florida; son: Clifton (Maribel) Pittman; a granddaughter, Naomi; siblings: James Thomas, Ulysses (Joni), Darrell (Marzella), Charles (Elaine), Victor (Edna), Leartha (Henry), Anetha (Reverend Felix), Shirley Pittman Sims and Donna Pittman (Reverend Curtis); aunts and uncles: Willie James Pittman, Sr. (Mildred), Joe Pittman (Evelyn), Dorothy Bailey, Lena Malone, and Lois Pittman; nieces and nephews: Charlotte (Earl), Kita (Shantel), Angie (Jeff), Trellis, Melissa (Gary), Anthony, Benji, Benita (Reverend Robert), Ashley, Maya (Jay), Carlos, Jarrod, Broderick, Tameco, Issac (Letha) and Chimorrie; great nieces and nephews: Chatala, Warren, Aaron, Amari, Quijada, Jadarius, Robert III, Breonna, Nariah, Aidan, Shylia, Tristan, Dominique, Ava-Rose, Jacob, Micah, Tabria, Shanqua, Taneia, Tavion, Ayanna, Qitotis, Raven, Maurice, Niya, Takiyah, Torriana, Trent, Dashia and Brooklyn; great-great nieces and nephews: Jaydis, Tar’Lynn, Kaylee, Ashton, Kaylee and Kwanie; god sisters and brothers: Lorestine Pittman (John), Roslyn McKinnie, Jacqueline Jones, Mary Catherine White (Robert), Temetri Jackson (Reggie) and George Hall; numerous other relatives and friends.
Public visitation with social distancing and facial coverings observed, will be 4-6 PM, Tuesday, July 6, 2021 in the M. Sue & Rodney D. Pittman Memorial Chapel, 5441 Cooper Street, Graceville, Florida.
A celebration of life will begin at 10:00 A.M., Wednesday, July 7, 2021 at the Saint Mary Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacob City, Florida, with military honors, under the directions of Christian Memorial Chapel of Graceville, Florida.