Littig. Shirley Jennette (Tidwell) "Grandma" "Nana•
Formerly of Burleson, TX 76028 passed away Sunday, August 15, 2021 went on to be with the Lord at the age of 85 years. She was born in 1936 on June 4 at her home In Grandview, TX.
She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 46 years, Herman Littig. Sr. Her parents were William Clayton Tidwell and Willie Mavis (Haggard) Tidwell, 4 sisters, 2 brothers, and 1 grandson, Charles Glen Littig II.
Shirley was survived by her children, Deborah Houston (Alvarado), Jackie and Steve Kennedy (Alvarado), Herman Littig Jr and Vickie Littig (Burleson), and Charles and Teresa Littig Burleson), her grandchildren, Lisa and Randy Lister, Brandy Houston, William and Traci Houston, Andrew and Rachelle Houston, Teresa and Keith York, Stephen Kennedy, Susan and Jeremy Watson, Julie and Trey Martin, Mary Littig. Angela and Lee Bertram, Jennifer and Mark Weghorst, Haylee Littig. Heather Littig, Hope Littig. Hadassah Littig, Jeremiah Littig, Harmony Littig. and Haven Littig and her many great grandchildren, Jennette Houston, Bradley Blakeney, Jessica John, Christopher Smith, Jacquelynn Houston, Allyson Smith, Cooper Houston, Tatum Houston, Lucy Houston, Sydney Houston, Meredith Houston, Michael Clift, Collin Clift, Riley York, Abigail York, Jayson Watson, Jerrett Watson, Jaxson Kennedy, Tyler Martin, Kayla Arnold, Grace King. Hunter Rand, Hayden Bertram, Ethan Bertram, and also survived by great great grandchildren, Aaron Houston, Amber Houston, Audree Blakeney, Kashton Blakeney, Sawyer Blakeney, Madison John, Erin John, Terra John, Lane John, Nova John, Kurtis John Jr., Jaylen Watson, Watson Kennedy, Blakeley Kennedy, Emma Clift, and Lincoln Scheffel due January 2022. Shirley was also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers: Bradley Blakeney, Collin Clift, Jayson Watson, Jerrett Watson, Hunter Rand, Jaxson Kennedy, and Michael Clift.
Shirley was a longstanding member of Boulevard Baptist Church, where she participated in the daycare, janitorial, choir, and Sunday School ministries, and ladies’ group. Her favorite activity, however, was attending church camp with the kids and camping with her family. Shirley was all about her family. Every event was held at her house, from summer around the pool, to enjoying holidays around her kitchen table. Even when there wasn't a holiday, she would get everyone together to play dominoes and cards. She was also an avid sports fan and never missed watching the Dallas Cowboys or Texas Rangers play.
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