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In Memory Of Our Poets

Littleton Brooks Carothers, II (1948-2016) - Class Of 1966

Littleton Brooks Carothers II Obituary

Littleton Brooks Carothers II, born August 14, 1948, went home to be with the Lord October 30, 2016, after a full and wonderful life. Littleton was a true southern gentleman. He loved his family and friends. He was a father, brother, grandfather, uncle, and friend. He served in the United States Army for 4 years. He was a cotton merchant for 42 years with Loeb and Company. He also served as president of the Atlantic Cotton Association from 2007-2009, was a member of the Montgomery Lion's Club, on the Board of Directors of Alabama Lion's Eye Sights Conservation Association, volunteered at Callahan Eye Clinic for the blind and was chosen Lion of the Year in 2009. Littleton especially enjoyed his bible study groups every Tuesday and Thursday mornings.

He is preceded in death by his father, Alexander H. Carothers, Sr.; his mother, Helen J. Carothers; and his brother, Alexander H. "Buddy" Carothers, Jr. He is survived by his sons, Littleton "Brooks" Carothers, III and James "Owen" Carothers; his sister, Kimberly Carothers Stallings; grandson, Littleton "Brooks" Carothers, IV; nephew, Alexander H. Carothers, III (Susan); niece, Taylor Stallings Parker (Jeff); and, three great nephews, Coleman Parker, Scott Carothers and Holt Carothers.

Pall Bearers are Ken Burton, Bob Champion, Chuck Grant, Jamie Loeb, Freddie Phelps, Reese Rainey, John Snead and Gary Taunton. Honorary Pall Bearers are the Walk to Emmaus Reunion Group and his men's bible study. The family would like to acknowledge Littleton's wonderful caregivers Michelle Hart with Hospice of Montgomery, Ms. Jackie, Ms. Christine, Ms. Linda and Ms. Whitney. Also, the family would like to give a special thanks to Hunter Frazer.

Arrangements: Visitation will be Wednesday, November 2nd at Leak Memory Chapel, from 11:00 AM-12:30 PM, and Graveside Service to follow at 12:30 PM, in Greenwood Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be made to Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church and/or Montgomery Lion's Club.

Published in the Montgomery Advertiser on Nov. 1, 2016.