Charles Littman

Obituary of Charles J Littman

Charles J. Littman, affectionately known as Chuck. He peacefully passed away on September 7, 2023, surrounded by his loving family in St. Petersburg, FL.

Chuck was born on September 5th, 1940, in Cleveland, Ohio.  Alongside his surviving twin brother Terry. Charles served in the Naval branch of the US military and took great pride in being a Sailor on the USS Intrepid. This experience led him to pursue a diverse career in law enforcement and private security.

He leaves behind his beloved wife of 59 years, Donna Littman, who brought immense joy to his life. Chuck was also a loving father to his daughters Sarah Taylor and Rachel Monday, and his son Charles Littman Jr. He cherished his relationships with his son-in-law Jason Monday and daughter-in-law Amanda Littman. Additionally, Chuck was blessed with eight adoring grandchildren who brought him endless happiness. Sadly, he was predeceased by his daughter Rebecca Ann St. Amant.

Chuck had a genuine interest in the people around him and had a knack for making friends wherever he went. Traveling was one of his true passions, and he had a natural talent for and love of music. He was a beautiful singer and actively participated in his church choir in the past. His ability to play the drums was truly remarkable. In recent years, Chuck dedicated his time and energy to The Knights of Columbus organization, where he became an exemplified 4th degree knight. This achievement brought him immense pride and honor.

Chuck's sense of humor, wit, and contagious laughter brought joy to everyone he encountered. His love and connection with people were truly special, and he touched the hearts of those around him in the most genuine way. He was loved beyond words, and his absence will be deeply felt every day.

May God bless Chuck and grant him eternal peace.

In Lieu of flowers please donate to Suncoast hospice. 

A Memorial Mass will be held on Friday September 22, 2023 at 1:oom at St Jude Cathedral, 5815 5th Avenue North, St Petersburg Florida.

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