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Marvin Littlefield

Marvin Littlefield

The following is from the Koenig & Strickland Funeral Home website.

"Marvin “Buddy” Littlefield, 65, of Flatonia, passed away on Wednesday, April 15, 2015.

"Buddy was born in McKinney, Texas on February 15, 1950, the son of Opel William and Ruth (Creel) Littlefield. 

"Buddy served in the U.S. Army, was a member of the Flatonia Volunteer Fire Department and Vietnam Veterans of America.

"He is survived by daughter, April Pascoe and husband, David, of Flatonia; step-daughter, Sandra Gonzales of Waco; step-son, Donnie Dossey, Jr. and wife, Loretta, of Kingston, OK; sister, Verlyn Palmer of the Woodlands; granddaughter, Cheyenne Pascoe; six step-grandchildren; and numerous extended family.

"He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Flora Barnett; and step-son, Jesse Dossey.

"Memorial Services will be held in June at Brenda’s Celebration Destination, 1143 Highway 90, Flatonia, Texas, time and date to be determined. 

"In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to American Heart Association, P.O. Box 841125, Dallas, TX 75284-1125; American Cancer Society, 11701 Stonehollow Dr., Austin, Texas, 78758; or Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, Kansas 66675.

"Arrangements have been entrusted to Koenig & Strickland Funeral Home 208 W. Pearl, La Grange, Texas. Family and friends can view and sign the guestbook online at"

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04/19/15 01:37 PM #3    

Donny Garner

Sorry to hear this.  My prayers for this family.  Rest in peace, Marvin.

04/19/15 04:46 PM #4    

Linda Damesworth (Walker)

RIP Buddy we loved you.

Buddy as we called, became a family friend after graduation.  We had many gathering that buddy was there. We will miss him.


04/19/15 06:57 PM #5    

Mickey Murphy

A memory of Marvin....

Upon returning from a tour overseas in 1971, I was assigned to Ft. Rucker Alabama. While enjoying a cold beverage at the post bowling ally, a familiar face came walking thru. It took a minute to realize that I recognized somebody from McKinney. It was Marvin!  We talked a while and went our own ways. Never to see him again, but never forgetting either. 

Rest in peace

04/20/15 07:46 AM #6    

Pam LaFollette (Hill)

I am so sorry to hear about Marvin. He and Flora and I used to walk home together sometimes while in elementary school. Loved his dry sense of humor. Marvin, you will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to your family.

04/20/15 08:54 AM #7    

Bonny George (Cottingham)

I'm so sorry to hear about Marvin!  I didn't know him well...but have known him since grade school.  I do remember he was so funny and just loved life!  He made me laugh!  Rest in peace my classmate.

 Bonny George - Cottingham.

04/20/15 09:19 AM #8    

Debbie Hunter (Spears)

I can remember dancing with Marvin at our reunion at the Youth barn. He could dance! Put a big smile on my face.

04/20/15 01:48 PM #9    

Larry Lawson

I remember Marvin from Jr. High and High School.  He seemed to always be in good mood and happy.  One of the guys you look back on and wish you had taken the time to know him better.  My prayers go out to his family.  May he be in the arms of our savior today.

04/21/15 03:39 PM #10    

Kay Pennington (Burnside)

So sorry to hear about Marvin. Didn't know him well in school but when he came to our 20 year reunion he was so outgoing and friendly. Prayers for his loved ones and family.

04/21/15 08:39 PM #11    

Marlita Burke (Condreay)

Prayers for Marvin Littlefield's family and friends.

04/22/15 07:55 PM #12    

Linda Kennedy (Thomas)

So sad to hear of the loss of another classmate. He was such a sweet and kind person. To his family, let the memories of Marvin's life comfort you in his death.

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