Richard Wells "Bill" Littlefield Jr.
We were so sorry to read of the loss of your husband. Our thoughts are with you.
Gary and Diane Simms
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Please know that I and many others who have known you and worked with you over the years are so sorry to read of your loss. While I did not know Richard, he sounds like a wonderful person who enjoyed life to the fullest.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Susan and Jack
So sorry for your loss. May the God who gives peace be with all of you during this difficult time.
To Beverly and Bill's Family,
To us, Bill Littlefield was a gentleman. Connie and I knew him and shared time with common friends in Atlanta at parties and holiday celebrations over 20 years ago. We also shared time with him on trips to St Simons Island. We enjoyed being with him. He taught me how to roast oysters on the beach, from going to get the oysters, how to clean them, how to dig the pit, build the fire, set the grate, place the oysters, and soak the burlap sack in sea water to put over the oysters as they roasted. He introduced me to a Brogen's hamburger and the village of St Simons. We were merely acquaintances who shared common friends however I found that almost everyone in the world knew Bill Littlefield and that everyone was also his friend. We found him to be a truly warm, funny, and kind gentleman.