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Carolyn Ann Felder

Carolyn Ann Felder was born in Metlakatla, Alaska August 13, 1940 to Raymond V. and Mary E. Haldane. She attended school in Metlakatla and Mt. Edgecumbe School in Sitka, Alaska. She was an accomplished pianist and singer and accompanied the Duncan church choir and the school chorus, both under direction of her father. She also played for a number of years for the Presbyterian Church of Metlakatla and accompanied the choir there under the direction of Mr. Joe Verney. Carolyn was married to Henry S. Littlefield, II for a number of years.

Their home was in Metlakatla. They had several children together, two of whom survived to adulthood: Eleanor Grace Littlefield and Henry S. Littlefield, III. Eleanor, now deceased, gave birth to Mario J. Littlefield in January of 1985.  Carolyn, his grandmother, a single woman at that time took Mario and raised him as her own child. Mario is now 17 years old and resides in SeaTac, Washington.

Carolyn Ann Haldane Littlefield Felder is survived by her son Henry S. Littlefield, III of Seattle, Washington, grandson Mario J. Littlefield of Seattle, Washington, mother Mary Eleanor Haldane of Seattle, Washington, sisters: Lindarae Haldane Shearer of Metlakatla, Alaska; Margery J. Haldane and Judith Parramore of Seattle, Janice R. Murray of Texas; brothers Ray E. Haldane of Lake Stevens, Washington, Stanley F.
Haldane of Hoonah, Alaska and R. Dennis Haldane of Seattle, Washington.

Viewing is Wednesday, March 27, 2002 from 1:00 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral is Thursday, March 28, 2001 at 2:30 p.m., both at BONNEY-WATSON, Washington Memorial Park & Mortuary, 16445 International Boulevard (Pacific Highway South), SeaTac, Washington 98198. Phone (206) 242-1787.

Pallbearers are Raymond E. Haldane, Stanley F. Haldane, R. Dennis Haldane, Lawrence G. Shearer, Sr., James Everett Haldane and Dana Littlefield. Reception following at 2718 South 205th St., Space 13 in SeaTac.

Donations and condolences may be sent c/o Lindarae Shearer, 2718 South 205th Street, Sp.13, SeaTac, Washington 98198. A memorial will be held in Metlakatla, Alaska some time after the end of the funeral proceedings, date and time to be announced.

Seattle Post-Intelligencer (WA)
Mar. 2002



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