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MITCHELL LITTLEFIELD, AGE 42, MOUNT HOLLY
Published in the Home News Tribune (NJ)
Published: Jan 31 2001
Mitchell Blaine Littlefield, 42, of Mount Holly died Dec. 31, 2000 at St. Joseph's
Hospital in Tampa, Fla. of injuries sustained in a skydiving accident in Zephyrhills,
He graduated from East Brunswick High School, and from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn,
N.Y., with a bachelor's degree in industrial design. He was employed by Lynch
Industries in Burlington. He was a veteran skydiver with over 1,930 jumps. He was
associated with Skydive Cross Keys of Williamstown, N.J. He was also a skydiving
videographer. He was the proud owner of his dog, Bucca.
He is also survived by his fiancee, Claudia Ketterer of Lake Constance, Germany;
his mother, Rosalie Littlefield of East Brunswick; his father, Porter E. Littlefield and
his wife, Margaret, of Bayport, N.Y. and Baker's Island, Salem, Mass.; a sister,
Ellen Littlefield and her son, Thomas Moomjy, of Franklin Park; two brothers,
Porter Littlefield of Denmark, Maine, and Jeffrey S. Littlefield and his wife, Virginia,
and their three children, Jeffrey Scott, Jacquelyn and Christina, of East Brunswick;
two aunts and two uncles, Violet S. Gove of Tappan, N.Y.; Alden W. Schaffer of
Otto, N.C., and Charles and Lois Kension of Nags Head, N.C.
A memorial gathering was held in early January at the East Brunswick residence of
his brother, Jeffrey. A memorial service will be held at a later date at the drop zone
in Cross Keys, N.J. Arrangements in Florida had been handled by Gonzales Funeral
Home, Tampa, Fla.