Daniel A. Pitcher / Jan. 11, 1974-Jan. 6, 2011
Published 8:49 pm Monday, January 10, 2011
Daniel August Pitcher, 36, of Marysville, Wash., formerly of Sister Lakes, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011, at his home.
Daniel’s life began on Jan. 11, 1974, in St. Joseph, the son of Patrick Pitcher and Deborah Getz Young.
He was a 1992 graduate of Lakeshore High School and soon after graduation, joined the U.S. Marine Corps.
Daniel served his country from 1992-2000.
He was the co-owner of Axis Survey and Mapping in Kirkland, Wash.
Daniel loved the outdoors, hiking and camping in the forest and mountains that surrounded him, his beat up old truck, was quite the video game player and loved his dogs, cats and even an iguana.
He also had a large toy collection he prized, particularly his Star War toys, and loved being a surveyor, as this gave him more time to spend outdoors, which is where he loved to be.
He was an honorable man who loved his family and friends with all his heart and would be there for you always.
Daniel’s loving family includes his mother, Deborah (Michael) Getz-Young of Camp Verde, Ariz.; father, Patrick (Kathryn) Pitcher of Sister Lakes; sister, Rachel Pitcher of Sister Lakes; brother ,Aaron Pitcher of East Lansing; significant other, Jennifer Haugen of Everett, Wash.; his paternal grandparents, Jack and Marilyn Pitcher of Sister Lakes; and several aunts, uncles, many cousins, his extended family and friends at Axis Survey and Mapping, Kirkland, Wash.; and his four–legged babies, Ani, Leica and Muddy.
Daniel is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, George and Helen Getz.
Daniel’s family will gather with friends on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Yazel and Clark Chapel, where his funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday led by Deacon Frank Wesolowski of Sacred Heart of Mary Catholic Church.
He will be laid to rest in Sacred Heart of Mary Cemetery.
Memorial contributions in his name may be directed to the Disabled American Veterans or any Humane Society or animal rescue.
Please sign his guestbook and leave a memory of Daniel at www.yazel-clark.com.