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Galt’s Larry Littleton dies after long life of service

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  • Lori Littleton posted at 6:15 pm on Fri, Oct 15, 2010.

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    Larry Littleton was a very devoted , Loving, caring, gental man. Yes, he could never say anything bad about anyone. We, other family members have always looked up to both Fran and Lawrence for the devotion to one another and towards others. My husband William T. Littleton, nephew who has recently passed away last Aug was truly blessed by them. Fran and Larry and the grandparents raised my husband from his childhood to becoming adult. Bill,my husband always felt so extra special because of the special love and support they gave him throughout the years. He always admired them for the commitments and guidance they gave with out question. Always there in love and support with very high standards. Wonderful examples of what true love and commitment was all about with great moral standards. They shall be missed by many whos lives they touched. They always made everyone feel special. They are once again United- A celebration ! Our memories will live on forever. My love to Fran , Pat and all the grandchildren and the other family members who's lives they touched during this sadden time . I am very honored to have been a part of their life during the past 34 yrears. God bless ! Lori LIttleton

     

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