Tahlequah Daily Press


December 31, 2013

Jennifer Suzanne Littlefield

MUSKOGEE — Jennifer Littlefield, age 32, of Muskogee, passed away Monday, Dec. 23, at the Eastar-Muskogee Regional Medical Center. Jennifer was born to David and Pamela (Shrimpton) Littlefield on Nov. 14, 1981 in Tulsa.

Jennifer received her early education in the Hilldale School System. During high school, Jennifer was an active member of the cheerleader team and several various clubs. After graduating high school, she continued her education at Northeastern University in Tahlequah.

While growing up, Jennifer enjoyed spending summers in Minnesota at the family cabin on Ten Mile Lake. She enjoyed the outdoors, loved to fish, play cards, and watch movies. Outside of her love for the family, Jennifer was an avid animal lover. She could always be found spending time with her cat Tootsie, who was her constant companion.

Jennifer was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Fred Shrimpton. She is survived by her father, Mike Littlefield and her mother, Pamela Littlefield, both of Muskogee; her brother, Andrew Littlefield, and wife Eileen of Norman; her maternal grandmother, Pricilla Shrimpton of Hackensack, Minn.; her paternal grandparents, Ruth and Valgene Littlefield of Tahlequah; her cousins; a niece; numerous other relatives; and a host of friends.

Memorial services were held at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 28, at the First Presbyterian Church in Muskogee with Pastor Ann Brezendine, officiating. Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Jennifer to the local Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Service arrangements are under the direction of Shipman’s Muskogee Cremation & Funeral Service, 1325 N. York St. in Muskogee.

Shipman Cremation & Funeral Service, 1325 N. York St., Muskogee, OK, 74403.


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