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Ethel Marie “Emie” Tittnich

Date of Death: June 2, 2020
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Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church
130 Keating Drive
Winchester, Virginia 22601
(540) 662-5858 | Map
Monday 6/8, 11:00 am

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Memorial contributions may be made to:

Heartland Hospice Memorial Fund

Sacred Heart Church in Pittsburgh
310 Shady Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206

Ethel Marie “Emie” Tittnich passed away peacefully on June 2, 2020 in Stephens City, VA surrounded by family after a long illness. She was 81. Born to Michael and Katherine Tittnich in Uniontown, PA. Emie was a long-time resident of Pittsburgh, PA where she received her R.N. degree from Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, andContinue Reading

Kathy Connelly Laird left a message on September 14, 2020:
Knew Ethel during her time at Duquesne U. She was a good friend for many years. She was a beautiful person. May she rest in peace and peace & consolation to her family.
Simona Vairo left a message on June 8, 2020:
In memory of Ethel Marie "Emie" Tittnich, Simona Vairo lit a candle
Cheryl Edmonds left a message on June 7, 2020:
With deepest sympathy I hope you can find comfort in knowing how much I care and, more importantly, how much God care. May your memories bring peace and comfort in the days ahead.
Angela Tookes left a message on June 7, 2020:
My condolences to the family of Emie. I am certain she is home receiving her reward for her commitment to helping all of us understand the importance and uniqueness of infants and toddlers!
Cathy left a message on June 7, 2020:
There are people that are placed in our lives by the grace of God, for me, Emie was one of those special people. I am forever grateful for her friendship . I guess you could call us ‘ Sisters’ through The Daughters of St. Philip Neri. She jokingly called herself a ‘Roamin’ Catholic’? May you no longer roam Sweetie and have the rest you deserve in the arms of Mary and Christ. Love Always - Cathy
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Sheila left a message on June 7, 2020:
Emie was incredibly dear to me. She was a Daughter of St. Philip Neri with me and many other women. I was inspired by her love of all and deep faith and we bonded over our shared love of teaching children and food. :) May her soul rest for all eternity. I will be praying for you Emie! Love you!! ♡♡♡
Lynne and Jim Martel left a message on June 7, 2020:
We had the pleasure of spending a Christmas dinner with Emie and her family a few years ago. We enjoyed meeting her and talking with her. She was very interesting. Our sincere condolences to her entire family, especially her sister and brother, Kathy and Mike. Peace and love to you all.
Janet Parks left a message on June 6, 2020:
Just got word of Ethel's death. Brings back many and fond memories of Ethel back in Pittsburgh in the 1960's and 1970's. She was a good friend with a big and kind heart. I'm honored and glad that she was a part of my life back then. RIP Ethel!
Brian and April Qualls left a message on June 5, 2020:
In memory of Ethel Marie "Emie" Tittnich, Brian and April Qualls lit a candle
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Evelyn S. Whitehill left a message on June 5, 2020:
Emie was a dear friend and a wonderful, wonderful woman. I loved her. She traveled a journey with me and my adopted son, offering the best advice and loving counsel. I will miss knowing she's in the world. I wish her peace and everlasting love.
Sherry L Riley left a message on June 5, 2020:
In memory of Ethel Marie "Emie" Tittnich, Sherry L Riley lit a candle
Mary Lou Burger left a message on June 5, 2020:
To all who loved her, I have been a close friend of Emie's since college days. We shared an apartment with another friend Donna Babir after college for three years. Emie was a remarkable person, a good friend, a terrific teacher (I had chances to observe her teaching), well known in the child development community and a good person. We shared so many happy memories -- trips to Cleveland's Shakespeare festival, to Washington DC at cherry blossom time, Cape Cod, and hosted many parties at our place near Highland Park. I am so sad she never got back to Florida which she enjoyed doing these last few winters. I am so sad that, because of the Corona Virus, I did not get to see her before she moved to Virginia. May God bless her. A devout Catholic, she attended Mass regularly as long as she could. She will be missed by many.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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