Charlotte Faye Littrell, age 78, of Smithville, passed from this life April 30, 2021, in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
She was born on January 7, 1943 to Hugo Oscar Schenk and Ruby Evelyn Lochridge, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Charlotte was a long-time resident of Smithville, OK. She was a retired schoolteacher having spent her teaching career, first, as a Physical Education teacher and then as a Science teacher in New Orleans, LA. It was there she met and married fellow teacher Harold Littrell. After retirement they moved permanently to Smithville.
Char (as many called her), was a lady of many interests. First, she was a “Nawlins” girl; So naturally she followed the Saints every fall. She was an avid bowler. She loved doing crafts and scores of people received her hand made gifts of cards, pins, decorations, and knickknacks. Her front porch was decorated for every holiday and visible to all who drove by; Halloween seemed to be her favorite. She did Continuing Ed classes at local community colleges for years. Char was a Red Hatter, and proud of it! She was a minister to any she perceived in need. Many people can attest to her kindness and concern expressed in her own, unique Charlotte Style. She was a member of Octavia Baptist Church and more importantly she was a follower of Jesus. Charlotte left her mark in this community and she will be remembered and missed.
Char was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Littrell; parents, Hugo and Ruby Schenk; and one sister.
She leaves to cherish her memory, her nephew, David White, of New Orleans, LA; cousin, Sandra Webster, of Nashville, TN; as well as, many friends.
Funeral Services for Char will be at 2:00 PM, Saturday, May 8, 2021, at the Octavia Baptist Church, with Bro. Ed Rogers officiating, burial will follow at the Octavia Cemetery.
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