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Obituary for Alec Littlefield

Alec  Littlefield
Alec Littlefield, 17 of Nashville, Arkansas, passed away, Saturday, October 31, 2015. He was born October 20, 1998 in Hot Springs, Arkansas to Charles A. and Shannon Harrison Littlefield.
Alec was an 11th grade high school student at Nashville High school. He was an excellent welder, loved photography, riding horses, hunting, fishing, and working on cars. He was just a good all-around country boy. His greatest achievements was helping people and in return he was accepted by everyone he knew.
Alec was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Patricia Littlefield.
His survivors include his parents; Charlie and Shannon Littlefield of Nashville
2 sisters; Victoria and Allie Littlefield both of Nashville
Paternal Grandfather; Gerald Littlefield of Nashville
Maternal Grandparents; Charles and Sharon Harrison of Arkadelphia
1 Uncle; David Harrison and wife Tonya of Arkadelphia
2 Aunts; Cathy Ewing and husband John of Eldorado, Judy Stewart of Arkadelphia
Cousins; Blair Nutt and husband Justin of Arkadelphia, Dalton Guthrie of Arkadelphia, Dagon, Anna Claire and Katelyn Ewing all of Eldorado
A large host of extended family and friends that were his family too.
Services will be Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 11 am at Immanuel Baptist Church with Bro. Brent Thompson and Bro. Keith Mays officiating. Interment will follow in Nashville Cemetery under the direction of Nashville Funeral Home. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Wednesday night from 6 to 8 pm.

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