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Leila June Littrell, 84, Raytown, Mo passed away August 13, 2019. Visitation 5-7 pm, Friday, August 16, 2019 at Heartland, 6113 Blue Ridge Blvd., Raytown, Mo 64133. A funeral service will be held 10 am, Saturday, August 17, 2019 at Heartland. Graveside services will follow at Brooking Cemetery, in Raytown. Leila was born September 14, 1934 in Raytown, Mo to Willam and Mary McKenzie. She was a lifetime resident of Raytown, Missouri.
Her hobbies included reading and dancing, although her favorite was time spent with family.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 47 years James Littrell, a sister Lila Jack and her parents.
She is survived by children: Brett (Baerbl) Littrell, Chris (Karen) Littrell, Kevin Littrell, Laura (Don) Gibbs, grandchildren: Eligio, Noah, Matt, Morgan, Jacob, Joseph, Ryan, Bradley and Todd, 3 great-grandchildren: Brantley, Mattie Lee and Kinslee, a brother Walt McKenzie and a loving extended family and many friends.
Jim Littrell says
My dear Aunt Leila I loved her so much and I know Jimmy and Aunt Shirley and Grandma Eleanor were the first ones to greet her in heaven … rest in peace dear Leila .. love, Jimmy Littrell ….
Phil Salerno says
My sympathies on your loss Jim. It is at least gratifying to know she was greeted by those who loved her here on earth.
Phyllis Kilpatrick Pesch says
So sorry. Leila was my best friend at Raytown High School and we graduated 1952. I will miss her. I’m praying for all her family at this sad time.
Jack Littrell and Susan Crawford (Littrell) says
It breaks my heart we can’t be there. Sending much love and prayers your way. It was great to watch the video and see all the pictures, what a beautiful and special lady. We all were blessed to have here in our lives.
Lee Dana and Leah Cramer says
She will be so missed in the neighborhood We always loved talking to her. Prayers and wishes of comfort to all her Children, grands & great-grands .. She spoke lovingly of you all
Rita Sowder Jacobs says
Leila was such a sweet loving lady to me as a kid when Bob and Shirley were first married. Every time after that she always remembered a cousin. Loved watching Jimmy and Leila, Bob and Shirley dance, they CUT a mean rug. The girls did all the hard work and boys just stood there! Love you dear lady wish I’d have known you were I’ll. Hugs and Prayers..