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Werner Gustav Bittermann
(January 13, 1939 - November 27, 2013)

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Werner Gustav Bittermann

U.S. Veteran

Werner Gustav Bittermann

January 13, 1939 – November 27, 2013

Werner passed peacefully at his home on November 27, 2013. He served in the Army for two tours and one involved Korea. Werner was a wonderful man and spoke his mind when need be openly. He is a widower of 13 years from Toby Bittermann, his true love. He is survived by: Betty Goldsmith (daughter) of Renton, Sandi Hunt (daughter) and husband Jeff Hunt of Berkley, Scott Bittermann (son) of Maple Valley and Jim Bittermann (son) and wife Dina Bittermann of Renton. He was survived by nine grandchildren: Jared Goldsmith, Kyle Goldsmith, Marina Hunt, Gemma Hunt, and Brett Bittermann with wife Krystina Bittermann, Brian Bittermann, Nicolas Bittermann and Jo Jo Bittermann. Dad and Grandpa we miss you greatly and will miss you for the rest of our lives. You are now with your true love and best friend Toby Bittermann. Werner moved from Germany to North Dakota as a young boy. He has traveled and called Seattle his home with his wife and four kids. He is also survived by his Brother Harry Bittermann and wife Marlene Bittermann of Seattle, Sister Doris Staupe and Ozzie of Marysville and Steve Bittermann of Alabama, and Kurt Bitterrmann of Bismark, North Dakota. He is preceded by Willie Bittermann in death of San Diego. Also survived by nephews and nieces. Werner was one of the best fathers and grandfathers the kids could ever hope to have. He loved his grandchildren with a passion and would do anything for them. You will be greatly missed. Please share your stories about Werner and Toby on the online guestbook. The children would love to hear stories about him or both of them.

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