Littleton, Harold 'Harry' Kenneth

Littleton, Harold 'Harry' Kenneth

September 27th, 2018

Peacefully at LHSC – University Hospital, on Thursday, September 27, 2018, at the age of 88.  Predeceased by his loving wife June.  Proud father of Terry (Russ) Brown, Reed Littleton, Dean Littleton, Trent (Kim) Littleton. Adored grandfather to Nathan (Beth) Brown, and great grandfather of four. A Celebration of Life will be conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Monday, October 1, 2018 at 4:00 p.m., with visitation one hour prior. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Harry are asked to consider Diabetes Canada. 

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Mark LawrenceSorry to hear. Wonderful man and great conversationalist. Enjoyed golfing with himself and my dad. Fantastic sense of humour. Lifted everyone up with his smile and his jokes. Always thought of Harry as a friend of myself and not just my parent's friend.
Gregory SnowSaddened to hear about the passing of a former neighbour....but what a neighbour he was. As the first and longtime host of the annual Queen Mary Crescent Spring Wine and Cheese party Harry helped welcome newcomers to the street (as we were in 1986) and build friendships in the neighbourhood. His daily runs were inspiring to all and his enthusiasm for life was contagious.We are so happy for the time we had living near to Harry and June. Our sympathy to the family. Marjorie and Greg Snow
Charles RuttanI had the honour and pleasure of being Harry's dentist for many years. Whenever I saw his name on the schedule, I knew that appointment would be the high point of my day. Harry was a great guy with a wonderful family. A life well lived. RIP, my friend
Ken lawrenceHarry was a good friend for over 65 years. A unique individual - he ran the Boston marathon and was a leader with the pacers among other things. He will be missed.
Peggy SmithReed sorry to read the news of your dads passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Doug McGillDean we will all miss your dad so much. You were a good son and I know first hand your dad counted on you and loved you very much. Harry was the man who helped start my running career. We ran thousands of miles together over three decades. I was privileged to run with Harry in his last marathon, Detroit in 1988. He was an inspiration to many in the running community. We have lots of acquaintances in life but few true friends. Harry was my friend and I am honored to have known him.
Tom Cobban To Harry’s family My sincerest condolences. He will missed at OPC.
Chuck EdwardsThank You Harry for those many years . I will never forget that day you ran up behind me and introduced yourself . I was barely breathing as you talked about the benefits of the London Pacers Running club . You will always be the Silver Fox to me and I will remember how much you helped me and many others get into this incredible past time .
Brian ShawHarry was a dear friend, co worker and running buddy. Harry will be missed dearly.
Tony and Mary SingerisOur condolences on the passing of Harry. He was a great neighbour projecting a smile whenever you saw him walking. Tony shared wonderful times with Harry in the gym. He will be greatly missed. We regret we are unable to be with you today as we are away; however our thoughts and prayers are with you
Carolyn WilsonI'm sad to hear of Harry's passing. We worked together for about 20 years at Petro-Canada when he was a sales rep. and I worked in the District Office. He was a true gentleman and always made us smile whenever he came into the office. He was so sad when June passed away not too long ago. My condolences to his family.
Larry GooderHarry was the first London Pacer I ran with when I joined the running club in the late 80's. He was always a pleasure to meet outside of running as well, as his positive and cheerful conversation always made you leave with a smile and happy thoughts. He will be missed but not forgotten.
Greg ToddI'm very sorry to read of Harry's passing. Over many years I would run into both Harry and June. We always had a great conversation and I always left with a smile on my face. I will continue to hold those memories very dear. My condolences to the Littleton Family.
Bill and Cathy GrasbyWe will so miss Harry's sense of fun and humour . Such fond memories of family picnics and get togethers. A dedicated friend to many. Our thoughts and prayers to Terry, Reed, Dean, Trent and families.
Peggie CollI had the shear pleasure of running my hands threw Harry's beautiful locks! Before that he came to our salon for many years with my retired boss Ray doing his hair. He is a legend in our salon! we all loved & looked forward to Harry's time in the salon. The witty banter, his great conversation, & his hugs! He will always be remembered very happily as one of our favorite bright spots in our day! in our lives!! he will be so happy now up there with June! God bless Harry! so glad he came into our journey, we are all better for it! OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO ALL FAMILY & FRIENDS!
Doug & Heather WiceWe were first introduced to Harry when I was transferred to London in 1984. He immediately made us feel at home and provided us with lots of information about the London area. If Harry was around work was fun. His knowledge of the retail fuel business was invaluable. Sorry to hear of his passing. We will remember him with a smile and great memories.
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