Walter G. Pittman was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1951 to serve his country in the Korean Conflict. After returning home, he earned a bachelor of science degree from Alcorn A&M College, Lorman, MS. He taught at Carver Elementary School during the 1956-57 school year, and then enlisted in the navy, where he completed several schools of training. He served through the Vietnam Era, retiring from the military on September 24, 1974.
Now a retired civil engineer, Walter G. Pittman enjoys reading, writing, and being an advocate for people who have legitimate problems that need resolutions. A member of the Palma Ceia Baptist Church in Hayward, California, Mr. Pittman and his wife, Pearlie, have raised three daughters: Sylvia, Sheila, and Sonia.
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