Rusty Bittis, age 36, of Bethel died July 5, 2012 at his home. A visitation will be held from 4 – 7 P.M. on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at our Isanti Chapel. View Video
Rusty Lee Bittis was born in Minneapolis on February 13, 1976 to Robert and Wendy (Beckman) Bittis. He lived in Minnesota and the family moved to Seattle, Washington where they lived for 7 years before moving back to Minnesota. Rusty graduated from Irondale High School in New Brighton. Rusty worked in construction and lived in Bethel for several years. He loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing, 4-wheeling and cutting wood. He loved to watch the stars and planets and read books about the universe. He was an avid reader.
Rusty Bittis died unexpectedly at his home on July 5, 2012 at the age of 36 years, 4 months and 22 days. His father, Robert died in 2010.
Rusty is survived by his mother, Wendy Bittis of Bethel; 2 daughters, Lacie and Olivia; brother, Judd (Alicia) Bittis of Bethel and their children, Brodey, Jackson and Ella; grandfather, George Bittis of St. Francis; by aunts, uncles and other relatives and friends.
Valerie Markson says
Im so sorry for your lose. Rusty was a very good guy and will be very much missed. he was always a good time to be around.
Alyssa Marie says
Rusty was a good guy. I only had the privilege to meet him twice and both times he was kind of quiet or maybe shy. Amongst a room full of good people though, he stuck out because of the kindness and sensitivity in his eyes and that which reflected in his words, although they were few. I enjoyed seeing how genuinely happy his spirit was when someone had reached a goal they had made regardless of how big or small it may have seemed to others. I’m sorry for your loss, for the loss many others feel with you and the loss of a good soul to this world. May he live on in the hearts of those who love him and those fortunate enough to have met him.
All my Love,
Sada Ann says
I will dearly miss Rusty, I sat next to him most wednesday nights, he had a shining spirit, and a kind and gentle heart… I will always carry him in my heart, and hope that he is at peace, flying with the angels, out in the stars that he was so fond of… I am so sorry for your loss…
Love and Peace to you and your family…