Bruce Tittsworth

January 28, 2021

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    • Obituary
      Bruce Tittsworth, 59, of Hazle Twp., passed away Thursday morning peacefully in his sleep, after a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Nashville, TN, he was the son of the late Thomas and Helen (Strizak) Tittsworth.

      Bruce resided in Apopka, FL from 1970 until 2014. While in Florida, he enjoyed numerous car cruises and get togethers with his friends and parents. He was also a member of Rock Springs Bar & Grill Car Club. He previously worked at Sears Home Improvement as an Account Manager. When he moved to Hazleton, PA he worked for Rainbow Fence Company and Sonny’s Tree & Lawn Service as an Estimator.

      Bruce enjoyed Sunday morning rides on his Harley Davidson motorcycle. He got together every Sunday with friends to destinations unknown and enjoyed breakfast and camaraderie on the open road.

      To those who had the pleasure to work with or know him will remember him most for his quick wit and sense of humor. He will be greatly missed by his friends, family and his two faithful furry four-legged companions Ziggy and Ronin, whom he loved deeply.

      Surviving are his brother David Tittsworth and his wife Jean, Ferndale, FL; Nephew Andrew Tittsworth and his wife Meredith, Mandeville, LA, Nieces; Kellie and husband Jason Henderson, Minneola, FL; Gina and her wife Tarah Kiendra, Merritt Island, FL; and several great nieces and nephews; cousin Jeff Strizak and his wife Fran, Hazleton, PA; and many other cousins.

      In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to the Hazleton Animal Shelter, P.O. Box 481, Hazleton, Pa 18201.

      No funeral service is planned, but a memorial celebration will be held in the future at the convenience of the family.
    • Guestbook
      We met through phone conversations at works and instantly became great friends.
      I had the pleasure to meet you when you went out of your way to stop and visit me, and although it was a short visit it only solidified our friendship.
      I miss the bantering on FB and the way we could get others going.
      Blowing up others FB pages without shenanigans was just the best!
      I loved being able to remind you that you were older than me even if it was only two days.
      As much as you tried to pretend to be harsh, people who knew you knew the real you. The gentle you.
      I pray that you are reunited with your parents.
      I will miss you my brother from another mother. May you finally be at peace.

      P.S. I farted in your general direction! Hahaha.
      I am going to miss our bantering my dear friend.  You were the only person who got away with calling me "old broad",  I still remember the first time you used that phrase at a car show.
      You left us way to soon Bruce but I take some comfort in knowing you are pain free,  riding your Harley and driving your Buick!  
      Until we meet again.
      Love you big guy
      Your "old broad" Cheryl
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