Vera Mae Littleton-Bouldin was born February 06, 1944 in New Orleans Louisiana. She was the oldest of six children born to Willie Mae Taylor. Her Mother-Willie Mae Taylor proceeded her in death.Raised in Jackson, MS, Vera Mae proudly attended Lanier High School. She graduated in 1964 yet remained in contact with her classmates and attended reunions regularly.
In 1964 she was introduced to and later married Willie James Littleton. From this union, son-Reginald Littleton and daughter-Vera Anita Littleton were born. Willie James Littleton proceeded her in death.In 1971, Vera Mae moved with her two children to San Diego CA. She worked in the Accounting Dept for Caltrans. During her employment she also managed to obtain her AA Degree in Accounting from San Diego Mesa College.Vera Mae found her Church home at Community Baptist Church San Diego where she was a member of the Choir and served on the Deaconess Board under the leadership of Rev. Eugene.
Vera Mae was a member of the Eastern Star (Ione Chapter #58/ Daughter of Azine Court #104). She joined the IPOE of W (Nautilus Temple #436) San Diego where she served as Past Daughter Ruler. She was also Past President for the Women’s Auxiliary American Legion Post 310.
Vera Mae served the Community and had a tremendous love for family and friends. Her sense of humor, direct and honest approach and supportive nature will be greatly missed. She touched the hearts of all of those who grew to know and love her.
Vera Mae Littleton-Bouldin will be missed by her children-Reginald Littleton and Vera Anita Littleton. Granddaughters Briana, Imani and Regina Littleton. Her siblings-Edna Major, Pearlie Ford-deceased,Willie Taylor Jr, Lynda Ratchford and Geraldine Taylor. Nephews and Nieces-Eddie, Kimberly, Katrina and Aja. Her devoted Daughter-in-Law Kimberly Littleton, LaJuana Grady and Bobette Johnson-deceased. Her ex-2nd husband Franklin Bouldin, Cousin-Michael Jasper, Grand Nephew-Zachary Allison and a host of other relatives and friends.
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