William G. Litfin

Tawas City, Michgan
March 29, 1940 - December 19, 2018

Visitations

Thursday, December 27, 2018 from 12 pm until 4 pm at the church

Service Location

Alabaster Bible Church - Tawas City, Michigan

Services

The family will receive friends on Thursday, December 27, 2018 from 12 pm until the time of the funeral at 4 pm at the Alabaster Bible Church in Tawas City,

Obituary Notice

William G. Litfin

Age 78, of Tawas City, MI and formerly of Rochester Hills, MI, died on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 with his family by his side. He was born in Detroit, MI on March 29, 1940 to the late Allen and Rachel Litfin (nee Bryan). Bill served in the United State Army National Guard and worked for over 30 years for the Grand Trunk Western Railroad. He started out in the train yard and later moved into administration. Following his retirement, he had a railroad consulting business and also operated the Erie & Michigan Railway out of Tawas City, MI. Bill was a consistent entrepreneur having owned a boat storage business in addition to his consulting. He was a former Deacon and current member of the Alabaster Bible Church. Bill enjoyed reading the bible, writing sermons and sharing the message of God’s love. He devoted a lot of his time to being Poppop and spending time with his grandchildren. Bill was a locomotive engineer, pilot and golfer. He enjoyed boating on the Great Lakes, hunting in Harrison, MI with his family and friends and he had a love for vintage John Deere Tractors. Bill is survived by his loving wife, Susan K. Litfin (Babinchak), whom he married on February 14, 1976 at the Highland Park Baptist Church in Southfield, MI. He is also survived by his 5 children, William (Dawn) Litfin, Andrew (Kristen) Erickson, Melissa (Clyde) Cabic, Andrea (Rob) Nista, Nick (Kristy) Adams; 6 grandchildren, Jakob, Sarah, Evelyn, Erin, Gillian, Emma Grace; brothers Duane and Roger Litfin and sister Melinda Nabring. The family will receive friends on Thursday, December 27, 2018 from 12 pm until the time of the funeral at 4 pm at the Alabaster Bible Church in Tawas City, MI. You may offer condolences at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com

Memorials

Alabaster Bible Church - 3006 Benson Road, Tawas City, MI 48763

Beaumont Hospice - 1410 E 14 Mile Rd, Madison Heights, MI 48071

Camp Barakel - PO Box 159, Fairview, MI 48621-0159

Condolences

my condolences to the family such a nice man r.i,p.
— Patti Whitford
We are so sorry for your loss. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this time.
— Jeff and Sherrie Jawor
Bill, Dawn, sorry for your lost, especially during the holidays. Bill, your dad sounded like a great guy and I know you have a lot of great memories to help you through. Thoughts and prayers to you and you family.
— Michael and Diane Dymczyk
Best wishes to Susan and the whole family. Af least Bill is at peace.
— Helen siudara
Dawn and Bill. So sorry for your loss. I know this is a tough month to lose a loved one. He sounded like a great Dad and Grandpa. What a gift he gave all of you. Hugs.

Linda and Bob Dziczek
— Linda Dziczek
My heartfelt sympathy to all of you.
You will be in my thoughts on the 27th.
— Peg Erickson Elwood
Susan and I are very sorry to hear of Bill's passing.May he rest in peace.
— William Dumas
So sorry for the loss of your dad. Thoughts and prayers to you all.
— Vanessa Lucas
We are so sorry for your loss. Dad and mom were so glad to have you guys as up north neighbors and friends. Edward and I were looking forward to continuing that relationship. Bill will be surly missed. Sending you prayers.
— Edward and Carol Heinz
Bill, Dawn, and the Litfin Family, Losing a loved one is never easy and I hope that all of the great memories you have of your dad will help carry you through your sorrow in the days to come. Our most sincere sympathy to you and your extended family.
— Ann & Dan Mach
Susan:
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for your loss of Bill whom was a dear friend and as you know a co worker with the Grand Trunk Railroad. I would like to think we kept the R.R. running. Come to think of it you too were a co worker and the love of Bills life.
May God keep you in his thoughts.
Charlie Hrdlicka
— Charles Hrdlicka
You are loved
— James Hawk
Our deepest condolences to the family.
— Vern and Tammy Weller
Dear Susan You & Your Entire Family have my Heartfelt Sympathy for the Death of Your Beloved Precious Father William.Isaiah 25:8.
— James Saunders
Dear Litfin Family, so sorry for the loss of such a beautiful man. Being a Bible reader myself I wish to share Psalms 34:18.
May God’s Word provide comfort and hope. John 5:28,29.
— Brian Duda
Dear Susan, Bill and Dawn, we just saw this now about Bill. We are so sorry for your loss! We think of you as extended family and really enjoyed our times together when you would visit us in Florida, especially going to Visani's for the "Elvis" tribute shows and the wonderful St. Patricks Day dinners that became a tradition! We feel so fortunate to have known such a wonderful man. God Bless you.
Love you
— Sabin & Kal Taylor

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