Linda Bittman, Gloucester City Employee, Member of School Board, Community Choir, 1st Baptist Church
Gloucester City - Linda Sue Bittmann, 72, of Gloucester City, lost her battle with cancer on December 27, 2019. Linda was a long time resident of Gloucester City and an active member of her community. She served in Gloucester City’s Finance Department for 25 years. Linda started on November 1, 1992 as the Welfare Director in Gloucester City and became Senior Account Clerk for Gloucester City Finance Department and retired on May 31, 2018. Linda was a founding member of the Gloucester City Community Choir, was a member of the Gloucester City First Baptist Church and Choir, was a member of the Ruby Tuesday’s chapter of the Red Hat Society, was a member of the PTA and the city’s school board for four years, was involved with the Boy Scouts of America on the local and county level for over 10 years, and served as a Gloucester City poll worker for over 20 years.
Linda was pre-deceased by her mother, Elaine Davis (Burdette) and her husband Emery James Bittmann. She is survived by her father, Robert Davis; her sister Beverley DiMedio, her brother Ronald Davis; her son, Eric Justin Bittmann and his wife Stacey Bittmann; her grandchildren Evan John Bittmann, Emma Lang Bittmann, and Christian Eric Bittmann.
Linda made an impact on the lives of everyone she has ever met. While she may no longer be with us, her memory will live on in the hearts and minds of everyone she has ever known.
Relatives, friends, Gloucester City employees and all organizations Linda belonged are invited to her viewing on Friday, January 3 from 9 -11am at the McCann - Healey Funeral Home: 851 Monmouth St., Gloucester City, NJ, 08030. Service 11 am officiated by Dr. Robert Muse in the funeral home. Cremation and Interment are private at the request of the family.
In lieu of flowers, the family is asking for memorial donations in Linda’s name to be made to the Gloucester City First Baptist Church: P.O. Box 47, Gloucester City, NJ, 08030. Please write in memo: Linda Sue Bittmann