Albert O. Bittle

1949 - 2021



Albert O. Bittle, age 71, of Pottsville, passed away Sunday, January 31st at Lehigh Valley Hospital, East Norwegian St., Pottsville.
Born in Pottsville on July 14, 1949, he was a son of the late Albert O. Bittle, Sr. & Violet (Dallago) Bittle.
He was a graduate of Blue Mountain High School and Moravian College.
Al was of the Protestant faith; and had...

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Alan Scott

February 9, 2021 9:47 AM

To Albert's family.  I first met "Albie" at the Beckville Gun Club in the late 1950s. There were lots of us kids running around the grounds there and Albert was one of the first kids I met after moving to Cressona. We were classmates. Upon reading of his passing, I saw that he was born two days before me in the Pottsvlle Hospital, then recalled my mother telling me that she and Al's mother were there at the same time(new mothers & babies generally stayed in the hospital a week back then). I always admired Albert for his academic and wrestling achievements, but sadly lost track of him after graduation. May he rest in peace.

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February 3, 2021 2:07 PM

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Lester Hirsh

February 2, 2021 6:37 AM

When I lived in Shenandoah I saw Elmore frequently at poetry readings in Pottsville and at the sage Cafe downtown Pottsville. Sometimes I sit there with him and have some breakfast or run into him at the American Cafe and in fact also at the Pottsville public library. He was a gentle soft-spoken soul, very intelligent and insightful. Just a good man who shared heartfelt exchanges with people. He loved music in the arts and was part of our stray dog poetry community.

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