W.L. Littlefield Jr., 91, of Princeton, passed away on Sept. 12, 2021, at his home.

W.L. was born on Aug. 25, 1930 in Caldwell County to the late Walter Love Sr. and Sarah Ermine Daniels Littlefield. W.L. served his country in the United States Army from 1952 to 1954 and was stationed in Germany. Afterwards W.L. would remain in the USAR until 1960. W.L was a retired farmer and loved spending time with his family.

W.L. is survived by his wife of 64 years, Rosetta Capps Littlefield; five daughters, Debbie (Jeff) Watson of Caldwell County, Dianna (Tony) Young of Caldwell County, Penny (Marty) Jaggers of Trigg County, Phyllis Faughn of Lyon County, and Evelyn (Perry) Slaton of Lyon County; daughter in law, Amy Littlefield of Princeton; two sons, Jimmy Littlefield of Caldwell County and Joey Littlefield and friend Brandy Holloman of Caldwell County; one brother, Glen (Lois Ann) Littlefield of Caldwell County; 14 grandchildren, Sara (David) Choate, Elizabeth (Chris) King, Charlie Watson, Chase Young, Patrick (Jerilynn) Young, Chancie Jo (Justin) McIntosh, Olivia (Chase) Aikins, Nicole (Chase) Mitchell, Chandler Littlefield, Elliott Slaton, Emmy Slaton, Tige Littlefield, Sophie Littlefield and Amelia Littlefield; 11 great-grandchildren, Madi Choate, Brogun Choate, Westin King, Daxtin King, Margaret Young, Henry Young, Ora Lee McIntosh, Jo McIntosh, Riley McKinney, Brinley Wurts and one more on the way.

In addition to his parents, W.L. is preceded in death by two sisters, Mary Lou Morse and Madeline Jackson; and three brothers, Ben Littlefield, James Littlefield, and Maurice “Doody” Littlefield.

Visitation for W.L. Littlefield will be held from 10 a.m. — noon Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021 at Morgan’s Funeral Home.

Funeral services will follow at noon with Roger Felker officiating and Chase Mitchell assisting. Burial will follow in Liberty Church Cemetery in Caldwell County.

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