Chad Littlefield was born on 11-February-1977, in Dallas, TX., the son of Don and Judy Littlefield who instilled morals and values that made him and his brother Jerry Richardson the men they became.
Chad thought of himself as ordinary and simple, which made him all the more endearing because he never saw himself as special, although everyone else did. Chad was a really good listener, taking advantage of every opportunity to let others be heard and speaking few words. So much so that when he did speak, people listened. He was giving and caring, always willing to lend a helping hand. He had a perfect blend of knowing when to be serious and when to bring his own special brand of humor to a situation. His humor, hugs and heart for God are some of the things that made Chad the man he was.
Chad understood about what it meant to have a big heart because he was as big-hearted as they come. One of the things nearest and dearest to his heart was his deep respect and admiration for our military. He never served in the military, but rather found deep satisfaction in choosing to serve them in whatever way he could…which is why he was where he was on the day of February 2, 2013. It was his heart to serve and encourage our veterans here at home.
Chad and Chris were soccer dad’s for their little girls and became close and inseparable. Chad was a great listener for Chris and “best friends before the book”, he’d say. Chad died doing what he liked to do and with the friend he loved…helping a veteran.
– Jerry Richardson (Chad’ older brother)
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