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Marin Independent Journal
Monday, December 17, 1990
Retired government worker
Sadie Littman, a former resident of San Anselmo, died at the Jewish Home For The Aged in San Francisco on Sunday, Dec. 16, 1990. She was 95.
Mrs. Littman was born and raised in Chicago. She came to San Francisco with her family in 1922.
Soon after she came to San Francisco, she met Philip Littman, who managed a wholesale clothing firm in the city. At the time, she operated a calculating machine called a comptometer for Swift and Co. meatpackers in South San Francisco. Mrs. Littman stopped working when she married and began a family.
The Littmans lived in San Anselmo from 1931 to 1942. Mrs. Littman re-entered the work force in 1942, working for the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, tobacco and Firearms in San Francisco until her retirement in 1965.
Mrs. Littman was active in the Main School PTA and the American Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed hiking, playing the piano and homemaking.
She is survived by two sons, Gordon Littman of San Rafael and Albert Littman of Sonoma; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Services will be at the Eternal Home Cemetery in Colma on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.
Arrangements are by Sinai Memorial Chapel in San Francisco.
The family asks that memorial offerings be made to the Jewish Home For The Aged or to the charity of choice.
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