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Brown-Wynne Funeral Home

200 Southeast Maynard Road, Cary, NC

OBITUARY

Michael Gene Littleton

December 26, 1946June 29, 2020

Michael Gene Littleton, 73, died June 29, 2020, in a Raleigh hospital.

He was born on December 26, 1946, to Shirley and Violet Littleton in Fleming, Ohio. He married Norma Jean on August 6, 1966 and had three children.

Michael is survived by his children, Stephanie Freas (Mike), Michael Gene Littleton Jr. (Cathy), and Laura Haag (Adam); 6 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Norma Jean (Messer).

Visitation will be Friday, July 3rd, 2020, from 10-11 a.m. at Brown-Wynne Funeral Home in Cary, NC. Due to COVID-19 safety restrictions, this will only be open to immediate family. All precautions will be adhered to for the safety of his loved ones.

At this time, his family has decided to not hold a memorial service afterwards for the safety of everyone who would want to attend and honor his life in that way.

Arrangements with Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, Cary, NC.

Services

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George Lopez-Cepero

July 3, 2020

A gentleman who conveyed so much without saying much at all. He was hard working, intelligent, and a loving father. He’s still the only person I’ve met who would walk on a treadmill and enjoy a cool beverage at the same time. A cool demeanor and an honorable man. Someone to look up to, figuratively and literally.

Dave Lamm

July 2, 2020

I will miss his strength of character, and his big, thunderous laugh!

Charles Smith

July 2, 2020

Mike was an inspiration by the way he treated others and the exemplary way he lived. It made no difference what your position in the company was, Mike had a way of making you feel important and valuable. He exuded love for the company and for his service organization. He would listen and discuss ideas that were presented. He valued relationships with us all. His laughter could light up any event.

Ed & Sandy Chase

July 2, 2020

One of our all time favorite guys!

Many fun times on all the B&H P'burg trips to exotic places.

The very best VP of Service we ever had. His dedication to "once a customer, always a customer" philosophy virtually always guaranteed our sales team the "next" order!

My only beef with Mike over the many years we spent at P'Burg was all the money he won from me at the poker table!!!

Great memories, and our sincere condolences to all your family.

God Bless, Ed and Sandy Chase

Carole Mathis

July 1, 2020

Where do you start with memories that go 44 years back? It was always Mike and Norma. We have shared Marriages, passing of Parents, grandchildren ,births and just a closeness that can’t be replaced. Bell and Howell, Trips, moving many times together and laughs all the time. Mike was never the same after Norma, but lived on for his Children and their families. I will always remember Mike as a caring friend and one of a kind. He will be missed but knowing he is with Norma again helps in his passing. He was The most admired Vice President Of Bell and Howell. He will always be remembered fondly

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY