LITTMAN MARVIN Beloved husband of Rena Littman. Dear father of Adam Littman, Wendy (Marc) Bakst, Syndy Littman and Pamela (Eric) Koretz. Devoted brother of Walter (Dolores) Littman, Sylvia (Alvin) Schultz and Marian Littman. Loving grandfather of Noah, Danny and Chloe Bakst, Sam and Ellary Koretz. Dearest nephew of Rose Kohn. Loving son of the late Sigmund and Lena Littman. Also survived by many adoring nieces, nephews, other very close family members and friends. SERVICES THURSDAY, 12:00 NOON AT THE DORFMAN CHAPEL, FARMINGTON HILLS (248) 406-6000. INTERMENT AT THE CLOVER HILL PARK CEMETERY or visit www.thedorfmanchapel.com
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Will miss him terribly. Just a wonderful guy. He shouldn't have had to suffer as he did. Words are not sufficient at this time to express how we feel.
Rena, I'm so terribly sorry to hear the sad news of Marvin's passing. I'm also sorry I can't be there at this time. My heart goes out to you and your family. Stephanie
I was very sorry to hear about Marvin's death. Marvin was a truly likeable person, friendly with a great sense of humor.
Marvin was a wonderful person and will be deeply missed.
Dear Marvie, I am going to miss you so much especially playing golf together and when I think of the Red Wings. I will always remember your trip here to my home in 2008 with all the guys and taking you to Rancho Manana of which you loved playing golf there. Rest in peace Marvie and my deepest sympathy to Rena and the family, Love ya, Norm
Syndy, I'm very sorry to learn of your loss. I didn't see your Dad often but had a nice visit with him and Adam in December. He was a great guy and will be missed by everyone who knew him. I'll remember him in my thoughts and prayers. Take care and stay strong.
He was a wonderful guy with a great sense of humor. We will miss him.
Dear Rena better late than never, as i said yesterday i was very sad to hear about Marvin's passing and if i had known i certainly would have been at his funeral, as you stated there were 700 people there and if i had known it would have been 701