Calling hours (10 people at a time) Thursday, December 17, 2020 from 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. at White's Chapel (50 maximum). Private family service at 3:45. Masks and tickets are required upon entry. The private service will be live streamed.
Celestine Francis Littlejohn, 78, passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 10, 2020, at Meadow Grove Transitional Care. She was born on October 10, 1942 in Columbus, Ohio to Audrice and Fannie Price.
She was proceeded in death by her parents Audrice and Fannie Price; Husband Frederick Littlejohn Sr; son Anthony Rivers; daughter Tracy Littljohn; sister June Simmons; brothers Isaac (Ike) Price, Lawrence Price Sr, and Audrice (Benard) Price Sr.
She will continue to reside in the hearts of her loving children, Victoria Rivers, Frederick (Cornelia) Littlejohn Jr., Nesbitt (Roshanda) Littlejohn, Dreconda Easley and Frank Littlejohn; siblings Syvera Andrews, Mary Jones, Laverna Elder, grandchildren Pasha Celeste Rivers, Asante Taylor, Antione Ezirim, Paula Tierra Littlejohn, Frank Littlejohn, DaJuan Kennedy, Rayshawn Parnell, Denzel Williams, and a host of special grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and life long best friend, Mary Wilder.
Celestine graduated from Columbus public schools. At 19 she married her first husband, William Rivers, and they had two children, Vicky and Tony. In 1975 she married her husband Frederick Littlejohn and they moved their blended family to Charleston WV. Celestine was very family oriented and enjoyed vacationing, camping, and even opened her house to everyone. Cel retired from Ralstons Purina after 25 years on the job. She loved photography, cooking, and baking. She was a devoted Ohio State Football fan. She was a member of the Esther Chapter #3 of OESPHA. Celestine was also a dedicated member of New Salem Baptist Church for many years. Celestine never met a stranger, everyone that had the pleasure of meeting her became family. She was an angel on earth and will forever be missed.
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