OBITUARY

Roger A.J. Litalien

November 14, 1936December 5, 2018
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Roger A.J. Litalien, age 82 yrs, MSGT U.S. Air Force (Ret), went home peacefully to the Lord on 5th December, 2018. Roger was born in Nashua New Hampshire, but travelled the world and found the love of his life Helen in Edinburgh, Scotland. They travelled on enjoying 57 yrs together.

Roger was proceeded in death by his Mother Yvonne and Step-father Whitey Boucher, his Father Evanhoe Litalien, sister Joanne Fernandez and his faithfully pet Callie-dog. He is survived by his beloved Helen, daughters Sharron Schipull (Steve), Cathy Litalien-Pinder (Ed), grandchildren Ian and Erin Schipull, and “grand-dog” Scout. Sister, Pauline “Babe” Lyon and in Scotland, brother-in-law Peter Kelly (Annette), sisters-in-law, Margaret Alston (Tom) Maureen Martin, and many nieces and nephews. He will be dearly missed by family and friends.

A celebration of Life Service will be conducted at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home on Bandera Road, Friday, January 25, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. with interment at Ft Sam National Cemetery, with U.S. Air Force Military Honors.

I lieu of flowers please make a donation to the charity of your choice.

  • FAMILY

  • Helen L. Litalien, Wife
  • Sharon Schipull and husband Steve, Daughter
  • Cathy Litalien-Pinder and husband Ed, Daughter
  • Ian Schipull and Erin Schipull, Grandchildren
  • Pet "Scout", Other
  • Pauline "Babe" Lyon, Sister
  • Peter Kelly and wife Annette, Brother-in-law
  • Margaret Alston and husband Tom, Sister-in-law
  • Maureen Martin, Sister-in-law
  • Nieces and Nephews, Other

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, January 25, 2019
  • Committal Service Friday, January 25, 2019
REMEMBERING

Roger A.J. Litalien

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Marguerite (rita) Shannon

January 14, 2019

Hi Roger and all the family. I thought I had already sent you a memory but no one seems to have seen it so here I am again. Roger was my husband Richard's very best friend. How we laughed as Roger and Rich made their famous pizza and spilled wine all over the floor. Music was always added with the singing of "Oh Danny Boy". The happiness was even better as dear old father Kelly joined in. Richard has been waiting 30 years for you to come and I'm sure you are already sitting up there with them all Roger. Thank you for all the years of love and laughter. God bless you dear old Rog. You are so loved by so many. We will watch out for Helen and the family.

Gillian Mercer

January 13, 2019

My husband Bob and I have wonderful memories of when Rog & Helen were stationed at McChord AFB near Tacoma, Wa. We would play Pinocle, laugh, drink wine & Rog would make pizza - one time forgetting the yeast! Never fear, Rog just sprinkled it on the top - tasted just fine! He was amazing with a great sense of humor & a good word for everyone! His presence will b missed! RIP Rog & hope they have silver goblets where u r going!

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Biography

Roger A.J. Litalien, age 82 yrs, MSGT U.S. Air Force (Ret), went home peacefully to the Lord on 5th December, 2018. Roger was born in Nashua New Hampshire, but travelled the world and found the love of his life Helen in Edinburgh, Scotland. They travelled on enjoying 57 yrs together.

Roger was proceeded in death by his Mother Yvonne and Step-father Whitey Boucher, his Father Evanhoe Litalien, sister Joanne Fernandez and his faithfully pet Callie-dog.
He is survived by his beloved Helen, daughters Sharron Schipull (Steve), Cathy Litalien-Pinder (Ed), grandchildren Ian and Erin Schipull, and “grand-dog” Scout. Sister, Pauline “Babe” Lyon and in Scotland, brother-in-law Peter Kelly (Annette), sisters-in-law, Margaret Alston (Tom) Maureen Martin, and many nieces and nephews. He will be dearly missed by family and friends.

A celebration of Life Service will be conducted at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home on Bandera Road, Friday, January 25, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. with interment at Ft Sam National Cemetery, with U.S. Air Force Military Honors.

I lieu of flowers please make a donation to the charity of your choice