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Littlejohn, Kenneth R.

Littlejohn, Kenneth R.

October 20, 1944 — November 6, 2020

Kenneth Ray Littlejohn, 76, of Blue Springs, MO, passed away November 6, 2020, at Centerpoint Medical Center in Independence, MO, with loved ones at his side.

Visitation will begin at 10:00 am, followed by funeral services at 11:00 am, on Thursday, November 12, at Pebble Creek Assembly of God, 13800 East 51st Street, Independence, MO. Burial will follow at Blue Springs Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Community Service League of Blue Springs (where Ken and his wife Dottie volunteered and Ken managed their warehouse) at 200 SW 10th Street, Blue Springs, MO 64015.

Ken was born October 20, 1944, in McCamey, TX, to Lawrence Albert Littlejohn and Blanche (Keatorn) Littlejohn. He was preceded in death by a son, Lawrence. Ken served as an Airman in the US Air Force. He worked many years as a draftsman for Pullman Power, LLC. Ken was a member of Pebble Creek Assembly of God.

Survivors include his wife, Dottie; children, Janice Rothgeb, Ken Littlejohn, Mindy Reamer; step-sons, Craig Hughes (Becky) and Don Bisbee (Lori); eleven grandchildren, three great grandchildren, and many friends, especially his "dream team" at CSL.

Service Information

Visitation will begin at 10:00 am, followed by funeral services at 11:00 am, on Thursday, November 12, at Pebble Creek Assembly of God, 13800 East 51st Street, Independence, MO. Burial will follow at Blue Springs Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Community Service League of Blue Springs (where Ken and his wife Dottie volunteered and Ken managed their warehouse) at 200 SW 10th Street, Blue Springs, MO 64015.

Littlejohn, Kenneth R.'s Guestbook

I have and always will treasure the true friendship we had Ken. You were a good man and someone I could always turn to, and I admired you for your hard work and loving, giving spirit. I feel bad you had to go through what you did, but I know you will be well taken care of in Heaven either tending your garden, fishing like you loved to do or helping other people. Until we meet again my friend... Love you to pieces XOXO

Dana Caton

There's a garden in heaven that needs tending and I know that is where you will be. Your happy place forever. Rest in Peace Ken, we love you.

Taina & Bob Shields

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