In loving memory of

Gerard C. Littrell
April 9, 1939 - August 18, 2021

Gerard C. Littrell, on August 18, 2021, of Turnersville. Age 82.

Beloved husband of the late Marie Littrell (nee Hill). Loving companion of Patricia Moody. Devoted father of Gerard Littrell (Jeanne), Christopher Littrell (Donna), Laura Ruffolo (Frank), Gregory Littrell (Michele), Melissa Littrell, Ian Littrell (MJ), Meredith Trimbur (Bryan), and Mariel Angstman (Scott). Loving grandfather of 19. Dear brother of Nadine Schwegler and Robert Littrell (Judy).

Gerard proudly served with the US Army during Vietnam. He was a member of IEUC Local #5 and President of the Golden Rail. He enjoyed DJing and dancing at many local clubs.

There will be a viewing from 10:30am to 12:30pm on Thursday, August 26 at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE.

Funeral service 12:30pm at the funeral home.

Interment is private at the request of the family.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Gerard's memory to Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.


Robin Carlson wrote on Aug 27, 2021:

"Ian, I will always remember your dad as a very kind and loving person. I always enjoyed our talks together. You won't go wrong following after his footsteps. Robin Carlson"

Dave and Theresa Campbell wrote on Aug 25, 2021:

"Mr. Littrell will always be remembered for his welcoming smile. Dave and Theresa Campbell"

Pat Moody wrote on Aug 22, 2021:

"Jerry- I will always the cherish the time we had together. Thank you for sharing your life with me. You were an incredible, loving person and I will always love you. Love- Pat "

Jeanne Campbell Littrell wrote on Aug 21, 2021:

"Big Jer, First I want to thank you for giving me your amazing son. Also for being a amazing father in law. I will miss our talks. You saying ?this is between you and I lol? Thank you for being a wonderful grandfather to our kids. We all love you more than you will ever know. As I went through pictures today I smiled looking at all the family memories we made. I thank god I had you as a father in law. Thanks for loving me like a daughter. Also for all the laughs and fun times. You will be so missed by your whole family. Love you!!! "

Missy Littrell wrote on Aug 20, 2021:

"Dad, You left us all too soon. We had so much more to talk about. My heart will never be the same. You are the one man (other than my boys) in my life that I completely trust. You were there for me when I needed you most and guided me through tough times. And you are not here to guide me through this. There is not a person on earth that can say you didnt have a beautiful soul. And I have known how blessed I was to have you in my life. When you said "I love you" I said "I love you more". You would always fire back with "I've loved you longer". And then giggle. You got me dad. You were an amazing father, jokester and friend. This world lost its Superman, and I dont know how to recover from that. But I know you are resting now, and that gives me peace. I love you more than words could ever say. Missy"