Mike Pitts (Michael Wayne Pitts)

Mike Pitts
May 13, 1961 – October 12, 2016

The contagious smile, the loud but warm laughter of Mike Pitts, 55, of Caldwell, formerly of Bryan, passed away as result of a motorcycle accident on October 12, 2016. Interment will be at 10am, Monday, October 17, 2016 at La Grange City Cemetery. Mike’s family will receive guests during visitation at 11:45am, Monday, October 17, 2016 at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 3333 Oak Ridge Drive in Bryan. Memorial service honoring the life of Mike Pitts will begin at 12:30pm at the church on Monday, October 17, 2016. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers.

Born in Baytown, Texas to Robert and Carrie Lou Smith Pitts. Mike was the light of the family with his bright smile and outgoing personality. Mike was blessed with three wonderful children in his life Jason, Scott and Robin. These three were his world and their families became his universe. He cherished the time with his family traveling to his favorite beaches each season. The saying, “he never met a stranger”, is truthful about Mike. When Mike met you, you were an instant addition to his litany of friends. Mike enjoyed his career as a Parts Service Manager with Caldwell Country for many years. He was fascinated with providing quality customer service to people who walked in to have their vehicle serviced. He was an avid sports enthusiast and a proud member of the College Station Texas Association of Sports Officials CSTASO. Mike had such a love of outdoor sports and way of life he was often fishing, golfing, hunting, or racing in his earlier days. With all his activities he always enjoyed these moments in life with his favorite adult beverage while sharing with others. Mike was most at peace traveling to his favorite beaches with family and friends. The Vegas trips have come to a ceases for many of Mike’s friends. Go and make merriment in honor of Mike at the Texas Renaissance Festival this season. He enthusiastically loved the Renaissance Festival.

Preceding Mike in death is his father whom he dearly admired Bob Pitts; and his grandparents.

Mike is survived by his children Jason and his wife Cherie Pitts, Scott and his wife Kaila Pitts, Robin Pitts and husband Ed Yeomans; his beloved, cherished friend and soul mate Tammie Burlin and her children Ross, Cassie, and Izzy; his mother Carrie Pitts; his sister Becky Erndt and husband; his brothers Richard and wife Susanne Pitts, Donald and wife Cheryl Pitts, John David and wife Jenny Pitts; his grandchildren Adrian, Jordan, Tyler, Jacelynn, Bryan, Kayleigh, and Mayci; and a host of other relatives and close friends.

Mike’s family asked that your memorial gifts be given to Brazos Valley Chapter of Ducks Unlimited (web page currently under construction) in Memory of Mike Pitts.


  1. My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek. Sending prayers.

  2. I had the pleasure of knowing Mike calling football together with TASO. A man that always had a smile and a good word with some dry humor thrown in. Mike will definitely be missed.

  3. So sorry for his sudden and tragic passing. May the Lord Bless and Comfort his Family and Friends. Sending prayers!

  4. Gone too soon. Mike was so full of of life and he lived life being involved in what he loved to do!! He was a good man who taught me everything he could. My condolences and respects to the family of Mike. I wish I could say more but I’m about speechless.
    Thank you Mike Pitts for everything you ever did for me!!! You will not be forgotten!! Travel well my friend!!

  5. Our prayers of peace and comfort are with you all. Mike was a good man and will be greatly missed. He was a true blessing to us during my husband’s illness, as well as a fun guy on the baseball field.

  6. This is a shock to everyone who knew Mike I am sure, for the much too short of time our paths crossed I know Mike lived life to the fullest, I know he adored his soul mate as he spoke of this often.. my prayers are going up for all to be strong and to not shed a tear as Mike would want to see you smile not cry.. my friend you will be missed, take it easy on Heaven, ok?

  7. I worked with MIke for many years. And I have been knowing him for a long time.God bless his family and give them strength through this time.

  8. Praying for peace and comfort for all of the family and soul mate, you will be greatly missed. Thanks for all you did for me, you were the bomb and you will never be forgotten. May you rest in peace

  9. I worked with Mike @ University Toyota. Great guy to know. I’m so sorry for y’all’s loss. Prayers to all !!

  10. My deepest sympathies to the Pitts family. May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead.

  11. Mike was truly an awesome guy, always had a smile! Was always a wonderful customer and I’m honoured to have called him my friend. Prayers for the family.