Littlejohn Gann

February 18, 1947January 13, 2013

OBITUARY FOR LITTLEJOHN GANN Tahlequah, OK- Funeral services for Littlejohn Gann will be held on Wednesday, January 16th, 2013 at 10:00 AM at the Johnson Prairie Baptist Church with Pastor Fox Blackfox and Pastor Felix Johnson officiating. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, January 15th, 2013 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home from noon until 8:00 PM. The family will have a wake service from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM at the Chapel. Interment will take place at Agent Cemetery in Moody, OK. Pallbearers for Littlejohn include Dennis Gourd Jr., Jerry Sewell, Rodney Brown, Jack Gourd, Jason Gann, and Jeffrey Helton. Honorary pallbearers include Warren Garner, DeWitt Bell, George Dearduff, Maxie Thompson, Ronnie Houston, Morris Vaughn, Jimmy Williams, and Tony Mouse. Littlejohn Gann was born on February 18th, 1947 in Stilwell, OK, the son of Looney and Daisy (Killer) Gann. He attended school at Greasy. He met and fell in love with Clara Mae Gourd, they were wed in Miami, OK in 1966. This union was blessed with 46 years of companionship and three children, Charles, Carole, and Rodney. Littlejohn worked as a machinist for 29 years at Tulsa Screw Products. He was further employed at Cobbs in Teresita for a number of years. He loved his family dearly and was a wonderful provider. When his work day was through, Littlejohn didn’t come home and sit down. Far from that, he could be found doing some hunting or fishing. There was always a softball game to watch, and if his grandchildren were playing, it was all the better for Littlejohn. He raised hound dogs and liked to keep up with fellow enthusiasts. Littlejohn possessed a green thumb and raised beautiful tomatoes. It was all about his family. He loved his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren dearly and relished every moment they had the chance to spend time together. He loved to play with his grandchildren. Littlejohn was equally pleasant around his friends and people he met. He had no problem walking up to a stranger and engaging him in conversation. He was a people person, plain and simple. Littlejohn was a Christian by faith, and a member of Johnson Prairie Baptist Church, where he served as Assistant Sunday School Director and served on the food committee. The Lord called his good and faithful servant home on January 13th, 2013 in Tulsa, OK with his loved ones gathered by his side. He was 65 years old. He leaves a legacy of unselfish living for his grandchildren to pattern themselves after, and he will be missed for all the love he gave each and every one of his family and friends. Littlejohn is preceded in death by his mother, his father, and his brothers George and Frank Gann. Those left to cherish his memory include his wife Clara of the home, and three children, Charles Gann and wife Teresa of Moody ,OK, Carole Gann of Moody, OK and Rodney Gann of Tahlequah. He leaves five brothers and sisters, Ella Qualls of Nicut, Sally Gann of Stilwell, Patsy Beason of Stilwell, John Gann of Moody, and Tommy Gann of Stilwell. The pride of his life are his 8 grandchilden, Jeffrey Stopp, Jordan Gann, Talen Gann, Cale Gann, Nathaniel Helton, Jeffrey Helton, Zechariah McClain, and Maggie McClain, as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of friends and loved ones.


  • Funeral Service Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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Barbara Rice

January 17, 2013

Sorry we were unable to attend the services we had intentions of coming to the wake service but James was not feeling well. Our prayers are with the family during these sad times. We were blessed to have met LittleJohn at Johnson Prairie and visit with him about working at Tulsa Screw Products with Barbara's brothers Ray & Bill Breazeale. Bill was also sorry to hear of his passing and has fond memories of working with him for many years. James & Barbara Rice Pryor, Ok

January 15, 2013

He will be greatly missed our prayers are with each and everyone of you. We will be thinking of you.

Travis, Lisa Foreman
& Family

January 15, 2013