Littrell, Wanda Gayle Boston (Dunlap)

Tuesday, May 19, 2020
In loving memory, we say goodbye to Wanda Gayle Boston Littrell who passed away May 17, 2020 at the age of 75.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Virgil and Mamie Owensby Boston; husband, Dennis Eugene Littrell; daughter, Brenda Littrell Lewis; brothers, Lloyd Boston, LaVaughn Boston; and sister, Phyllis Boston Cribbs.

She is survived by her daughters, Leoma Marlene (JD) Littrell Cribbs and Belinda (Walt) Littrell Duncan; siblings, Christine (Jack) Boston Smith, Wiley (Ann) Boston, Barbara (Donnie) Boston Hargis, Jerry (Joyce) Boston, Wendell (Darlene) Boston and Peggy Boston Hobbs; five biological grandchildren, Mark Andrew Conner, Dennis Erick Littrell, Crystal Dawn Hall Hillis, Joshua Brent Myers and Lance DeWayne Myers; extended grandchildren, Amanda Johnson, April Cribbs Davis and Brandy Cribbs Morrow; sister-in-law, Mary Boston; brother-in-law, Douglas Cribbs; along with a multitude of nieces and nephews and eight great-grandchildren.

No public visitation will be held. Burial will be in Sequatchie Co. Memorial Gardens.

Arrangements by Ewton Funeral Home & Cremation Center.

Climer, John H. Jr. (Bradley County)

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