Debbie Kaye Littlefield, 49, died very unexpectedly in her home June 25, 2010.

Debbie was born March 12, 1961, in Belfast, a daughter of Carol Elwell and Joseph Clark. She was the wife of Michael Littlefield for 30 years.

Debbie grew up in Belfast and met her husband in high school. They started a family in Waldo while building their dream home in Brooks. Debbie was employed by Tall Pines in Belfast as an R.N. She enjoyed helping the residents and listening to their stories.

Debbie was a very strong, hard-working woman who always gave it her all in everything she did. She took great pride in her children, grandchildren, family, friends and her home. She enjoyed her beautiful rock gardens that she and her husband had made. She liked listening to the waterfall that led to the pond around her gardens.

She enjoyed walking on the beach collecting sea glass and odd shells that she could take home and do something crafty with. She loved being a Grammie and Big Mammie to her grandchildren. Debbie was always known as a smart shopper and always could find the best bargains.

Debbie was predeceased by her parents and a sister, Carol.

Debbie is survived by three children, Amanda Gillis and her husband, Jason, and their daughter, Madison of Pittsfield; Michaelene Littlefield and her boyfriend, Kevin Jackson, and daughters Ashley and Jordan of Thomaston; and Zachary Littlefield and his girlfriend, Michelle, and their children, Zachary Jr. and Kaydence of Waldo; and her dog, Cricket.

Debbie also had many special family and friends including her mother- and father-in-law, Sandra and Roger Littlefield, of Waldo; brother- and sister-in-law, Roger and Sherry Littlefield of Brooks; sister- and brother-in-law, Nancy and William Whitcomb, of Monroe; a sister, Joanne; and a brother, Joseph.

There will be no hours of visitation. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 1, at Grove Cemetery, Belmont Avenue, Belfast, with the Rev. Bill Johnson officiating.

Arrangements are with the Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm St., Waterville.