Billie Jean Louise Bitenc DiPetta
Billie Jean Louise Bitenc DiPetta, Cooperstown passed away unexpectedly on June 26, 2017 at her residence following a period of declining health. She was 46. She was born on March 9, 1971 a daughter of the late James Michael and Darlene Faye (Hawkins) Bitenc. On February 26, 1994 she married Kevin Michael DiPetta, Sr., who survives, She was a loving mother and wife. A 1990 graduate of the Cochranton Jr. - Sr. High School. She enjoyed spending time with her family, friends and her pets. In addition to her husband, she is survived two daughters, Darlene Elizabeth Barger and her husband Josh of Saegertown and Patricia Ann DiPetta and fiancée Deven Long of Meadville; a son Kevin Michael DiPetta, Jr., and his fiancée Amber Pyle of Cooperstown; 6 grandchildren, Kylee Foster, Kimberly Foster and Sarah Foster of Saegertown, Maddison DiPetta and Cloe Long of Meadville and Evin DiPetta of Cooperstown; a sister, Pamela Sue Bitenc Schell Talmadge and her husband Bill of Pittsburgh; Two nephews, Lee Kai Schell and his fiancée Malinda Greblungs, Kyle Jay Schell and his fiancée Whitney Stevenson, Meadville; One great nephew, Gunner James Schell and one great niece, Grace Stevenson, Meadville, her mother in law, Patricia DiPetta of Cochranton, several Aunts and Uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, her maternal grandparents Edward Clifton and Sarah Elizabeth (Scott) Hawkins, paternal grandparents, Frank and Helen Bitenc, Great nephew Hunter William Schell and father in law, Kenneth DiPetta, Sr. Respecting the wishes of Billie Jean, there will be no calling hours or services scheduled. The family has suggested that memorial tributes may be made to Kevin Michael DiPetta, Sr. 1075 State Street, Route 427, Franklin, PA. 16323.
Published on July 6, 2017


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