Jonathan Pitts Wife Wynter Danielle Pitts was born on January 29, 1980 in Baltimore, Maryland. She was a woman who feared the Lord. She was raised in a Christian home where as she put it, “The Bible was more than coffee-table décor.” Wynter and her brother both were raised by a single mom, with lots of support from her grandparents and the loving care of her big brother. Wynter was baptized at Christian Life Church in Baltimore, MD. Wynter attended Lockerman Bundy Elementary School and was accepted into the prestigious Roland Park Country School (RPCS) for middle and high school. She graduated from RPCS in 1998 and earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications from Drexel University in 2003. It was in high school and college that Wynter discovered her love for travel. She studied abroad in France during her high school years and in England during her college years. She met her soulmate, Jonathan Pitts in college. They dated for a short eight months, were engaged for a year and made a commitment to God and each other to be husband and wife on June 27, 2003.They found their greatest commonality in their shared hope and faith in Jesus Christ, and this was the foundation of everything they would do in life from that point on. Winter is the author of many books like, author of For Girls Like You, You’re God’s Girl! A Devotional For Tweens and She is Yours: Trusting God as You Raise the Girl He Gave You. Jonathan Pitts Wife Wynter started FOR GIRLS LIKE YOU magazine in 2012 because she had four girls named Alena, Kaitlyn, Camryn and Olivia. She wanted to influence her daughters specifically her oldest daughter, Alena, who was 7 at the time. She put great efforts for creating this magazine for seven years. She interviewed, wrote, edited, designed and laid out the pages—she touched every part. This was a heart work for her, but it was a heart work that started with her FOUR girls that then spilled over into a bigger community: FOR Girls Like You. Wynter Evans Pitts is the founder of For Girls Like You Magazine, a ministry to tween and teen girls, and their parents, that includes print and web resources. Her purpose was to introduce young girls to Christian values so they can walk passionately and boldly in who God has created them to be. This community of For Girls Like You and her family suffered an unspeakable loss when Wynter unexpectedly died on July 24, 2018, she left behind a loving family fully devoted to Christ. Her husband, Jonathan and four girls are taking further on her legacy through Girls Like You and are becoming leaders of their generation. Wynter and Jonathan were married in 2000.
wynter was very close to her brother. They shared a loving bond. The death of wynter left his brother in a complete shock.
Wynter’s brother took to Instagram to share his deep grief . He shared a memorable picture of his and wynter and wrote the heart warming and an emotional note.
Following is the note written by her brother.