Michelle Lee Kitterman

Michelle Lee Kitterman

Michelle Lee Kitterman

Michelle Lee Kitterman, age 25, of Oroville died March 1, 2009.

She was born to Tracy and Robert Kitterman May 12, 1983 in Richland, Wash. Michelle lived in Benton City, Wash, until her teens, moved to Virginia and then to Maryland. On May 25, 2003 she gave birth to her son Nathan Lee Cliff in Virginia. Michelle has an older sister, Malinda M. Kitterman who has been in the Navy for 10 years. She also has a twin sister, Danielle Kitterman of Oroville. She has numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and aunts. She was always humorous. Her heart was very big, a laugh that would touch your heart in any situation. She had an aura of kindness and was very caring of anyone she encountered. Her son Nathan was her life and she was always willing to do anything and everything for him.

Michelle is survived by her mother, Tracy J. Kitterman of Oroville; her son, Nathan L. Cliff; her sisters: Malinda and Danielle Kitterman; and her grandfather, Howard Kitterman.

She is preceded in death by her father, Robert L. Kitterman; grandparents: Ina and Larry Schoenberger, Mary Jane (Kitterman) McKinney; and great grandmother, Almeda Kitterman.

Services were held on Tuesday, March 10, 2009 at 11 a.m. at the Bergh Chapel in Oroville with Dan Walsh and Pastor Randy McAllister officiating. Internment will follow at Oroville Riverview Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Michelle Kitterman Memorial Fund at Wells Fargo Bank.

Bergh Funeral Service of Oroville/Tonasket in care of arrangements.

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