I would like to find the Littlefield lineage of this family.
Published in Springfield Union News (MA) on 02/13/2002
William A. Littlefield 1923 - 2002 NIANTIC, CT - William A. Littlefield, 78, of
31 West Main Street, Niantic, CT, died Friday, February 8 in North Collier
Hospital, Florida. He was the State Director of the U.S. Dept. of Labor for New
Hampshire for 28 years and retired in 1985. He also worked as a special agent
for the CIA for many years. He previously worked as a tool and die maker at
Moore Drop Forge for 9 years and the Springfield Armory for 7 years. Born in
Springfield, he graduated from AIC and was a resident of Hampden for 8 years
in Niantic, CT for the past 9 years. In his service to his country as a Colonel
U.S. Air Force during WWII, he was a B26 Bomber Pilot with the 452nd Bomb
Squad and served as Squadron Leader in Europe and Africa and received many
medals and shrapnel wounds. He was a member of the B26 Marauder Historic
Society, the 452 Bomb Squadron Association, and the National Association of
Retired Federal Employees. He is survived by his wife or 24 years, Virginia E.
(Reeves) Littlefield. He is also survived by a step-son, Michael A. Reeves of
Westerly, RI; a step-daughter, Sheryl Lynn DiGiovanna of Niantic, CT; 3
daughters, Gail Davis of Canaan, New York, Diane Dwyer of Springfield, MA
and Joan Tompkins of Hampden, MA; and 8 grandchildren. He was
predeceased by a son, William E. Littlefield. Funeral services are Friday
morning, 11 a.m., at the Forastiere Smith Funeral Home, 220 North Main St.,
East Longmeadow. Burial in Old Cemetery, Hampden. Visiting hours are
Friday morning from 10-11 a.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the
Salvation Army, 327 Liberty St., PO Box 1569, Springfield, MA 01101.