Carl Andrew Rittmeyer Jr.

Born: Sun., Aug. 10, 1952
Died: Sat., Mar. 7, 2020


Visitation

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Thu., Mar. 12, 2020
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Mar. 12, 2020
Location: Hart Funeral Home Inc


Blessing Service

11:00 AM Fri., Mar. 13, 2020
Location: Hart Funeral Home Inc


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Carl Andrew Rittmeyer Jr., 67 of Plum died Saturday, March 7, 2020.  He was born August 10, 1952 in Oakland, son of the late Carl Andrew Rittmeyer Sr. and Rose Kovach Rittmeyer.  Carl served in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War.  He was a member of Our Lady of Joy Parish in Plum and also enjoyed bowling with all of his buddies on Our Lady of Joy Bowling League for many years.  Carl loved fishing on Lake Erie and being a member of the Redbrook Boat Club. He loved his ‘Bula and Lakelands Association family.  Carl worked as a Floor Coverer, “Floorologist” as he would say, for Local 1759 for over 30 years.  He is survived by his Loving wife of almost 41 years, Lisa Rittmeyer; three children, Carl (Nina) Rittmeyer III, Amanda (Dave Spehar) Rittmeyer, and Daniel (Samantha) Rittmeyer; one granddaughter, Danicka; and four sisters, Debbie (Jim) Martin, Donna (Jim) Egan, Diana Tunney, Bobbie Lynn (Jim) Francis.  He is also survived by his mother-in-law, Carol (Pivik) Hart, brother-in-law, James (Heather) Hart, many cherished couisins, nieces and nephews.  Visitation 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Thursday, March 12, 2020 at the Hart Funeral Home Inc., Murrysville.  A blessing will be held on Friday in the funeral home at 11 a.m.  Interment will follow in Plum Creek Cemetery, Plum Boro.  If desired memorial contributions may be made to the Mario Lemieux Foundation at mariolemieux.org in Carl's name.

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Kathleen Kennedy
   Posted Mon March 09, 2020
Sending Lisa and all the family my genuine and heartfelt sadness. Carl was a delight to be around; my memories of time with Carl bring a smile and a laugh.

I will keep you Lisa and all the family in my prayers. I am so sorry.

Dick Knuth
   Posted Mon March 09, 2020
Carl and I were friends. It didn't always appear that way, because we would fight on Monday and play chess or football on Tuesday. He was a year or two older than me, so I did not always understand where he was coming from. But I always liked him. And I liked his family. We grew up in a real neighborhood, where families were close. Sometimes that made him seem more like a brother than a friend. The last time I spoke to Carl was in '93, shortly after I retired from the Marine Corps. Then I moved away again. But I don't need to see him every day to miss him.

Conrad Squitieri
   Posted Tue March 10, 2020

THE COLOR OF MEMORIES TABLE ARRANGEMENT was sent by Connie Squitieri.

Carl, The Lake will never be the same. You're part of the best memories of our lives. God Bless, we'll miss you. Connie Squitieri and family


Christine VanDeweel
   Posted Tue March 10, 2020

SHADES OF ELEGANCE was sent by Christine Ryan VanDeweel.

God Bless the entire Rittmyer Family , Rest In Peace Carl , you will be missed! Love and sympathies from Rolly & Karen Ryan , Christine & Greg VanDeweel and Jim and Kelly Ryan


Michael Mordent
   Posted Wed March 11, 2020

RAY OF SUNSHINE was sent by Michael Mordent .

A friend I’ll miss forever. Michael and Lori


Kimberly Lioy
   Posted Wed March 11, 2020

SPATHIPHYLLUM was sent by The Lioy Family.

You are in our thoughts and prayers. The Lioy Family


Jim, Heather, Mary, Anna and Genevieve Hart
   Posted Thu March 12, 2020
Carl,

We love you and will greatly miss being together making special memories. We will treasure your warmth, kindness and humor that brought smiles to all of us. You cared about people and made everything fun and joyful.

Love,
Jim, Heather, Mary, Anna and Genevieve

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