George Arthur Litthcut was born on September 1,1939 in Brookline, Massachusetts to the late Pearl Broadus Litthcut and George Litthcut.
What a blessing this beautiful child was to his parents. George was the first of two siblings, his sisters Pauline Marie and Florene Elizabeth. They shared many great childhood experiences as a family. During George’s early childhood years, he attended the following Boston Public schools: CC Perkins, Dwight School and Boston Technical.
He enjoyed and participated in many cultural activities. He studied piano forte and tap dancing at the Academy of Musical Arts in Boston south end. He studied guitar lessons and was a talented athlete, running track, and field in high school. He enjoyed bowling and was a great swimmer. He was a Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and actively participated in the Civil Air Patrol where he was exposed to aviation. He also enjoyed fishing at Woodshole, MA with his Uncle Anthony.
Summer vacations were spent at Oak Bluff in Martha’s Vineyard where his swimming talents came in handy. He along with the island boys would explore and dive for coins.
As a young adult, his interest in entertainment increased. He was a member of the El Quintos, a group of talented young men who loved to sing and performed throughout New England. In addition, they decided to move to New York to showcase their talent. Although, the move was not successful. George did have the opportunity to sing back-up with Diana Washington and performed gospel with the likes of Frankie Lymon’s father.
Financially, entertainment was not working well, George then moved into employment with the NYC Transit Authority as a bus driver, working the Time Square theatre district. He retired after 25 successful years with the company.
He met a lovely young woman by the name of Nancy Sumpter and together they enjoyed life to the fullest for some 25 years. The couple raised a lovely daughter named Angelica Tenaya Litthcut.
George loved to travel. In 1985, he traveled to Senegal West Africa with the Inner-City Dance Company directed by his sister Florene Nichols.
In 2016, George’s health began to decline, so he relocated to Miami to start a new life living with his sister, Florene. George enjoyed Miami, he met many new friends and participated in many senior activities.
He regularly attended the theatre, enjoyed Ballet, Jazz, and Hip Hop. Early Thursday morning, March 25, 2021 George Arthur Litthcut was called by one of Gods Angels to come and take his rest in the beautiful garden of peace and tranquility. Cherishing his memory are his daughter, Angelica T. Litthcut, two sisters, Pauline and Florene, three loving nephews, Apon, Tracy and Ernest. Loving nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and special friends.
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