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1954 Gregory 2020

Gregory Littrell

October 12, 1954 — September 11, 2020

Gregory Scott Littrell , born October 12, 1954 in Denver, Colorado. The second son of four children by the late George W. (Bill) Littrell Jr. and Betty Ruth Moody Littrell, died peacefully on Friday, September 11, 2020 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

In addition to his parents, Greg is preceded in death by his nephew, Trevor Stevens and great-nephew, Landon Domer.

Survived by his brother, Michael (Denise) Littrell; sister, Theda (Neil) Domer, sister; Ruth Saxton. Nieces & Nephews: Keri Magill, Kristin (Andrew) Smith, Kenny (Kelly) Domer, Jovan (Lyle) Williams, Tyler (Crystal) Mares and several great-nieces, nephews, and cousins.

As a second-generation Colorado Native, Greg grew up with his family in Denver, Colorado. In 1961, the family moved to Aurora, Colorado, which became home to him throughout his life, even when he lived in Nebraska. Attending Aurora Public Schools, he developed many life-long friends. Incredible love for his family. Would give the shirt off his back if he could. Married four times, but never so much in love, as he was with Cindy.... right up to the very end.

Talented Photographer, Machinist by trade at Redfield Rifle Scopes, Denver, CO, Security Officer, Little League Coach, lover of The Beatles, Past Master of Denver Masonic Lodge, Member of the LDS church

Highly intelligent human being, who at 12 read the entire set of encyclopedias A-Z and retained every bit of information. In later years, while playing Trivia Pursuit with his family, he was not allowed to have a game partner, or the rest of the players were able to start out 3 pies ahead of him because he was like playing with a dictionary. He was a plethora of knowledge.... useless at times, but always entertaining.

Extreme model train enthusiast, collecting HO train engines and everything imaginable, with a dream to build a large train city layout. Unfortunately, he was never able to build that layout. In honor of his dream, all of his train engines, layouts and accessories to include some of his beautiful photography of trains, are being donated to the Moffatt Tunnel Train Museum in Granby, Colorado to add to their showcase of Colorado History.

As many of you know, in January 2018, Greg was struck by a car, as he stepped off the curb leaving his nightshift at work to catch a bus. Suffering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) he spent the last two-and- a-half years struggling to put his mind back in a place that was familiar to him. With early onset of Dementia joining his struggle, his health began to decline more recently, and he peacefully passed at Penrose Hospice in Colorado Springs after contracting asphyxiation pneumonia.

A Celebration and Tribute to our brother, uncle and friend is in the planning for a future date, which we will share. In lieu of anything, please take the time to give someone a leg-up, a kindness if you will.... In thoughts of Greg.

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