Jul 21, 1951 Jul 03, 2016
Sunset Memorial Gardens
Fri, March 11, 2016
2 : 00 PM – 12 : 00 AM
Elmer Clyde Letteer, 64, of Henrico County passed away Monday, March 7, 2016 at VCU Medical Center.
Mr. Letteer was an ordained deacon at Derbyshire Baptist Church and a current member of Gayton Baptist Church. He was also a member of the Virginia Camaro Club.
Mr. Letteer worked as a Virginia State Coordinator for the Virginia Highway Safety Office. He hd served as a Virginia State Trooper for twelve years, and was a volunteer firefighter in both Williamsport, PA and Chesterfield County. He was also a member of the West End Rescue Squad.
Survivors include his wife, Janet Letteer; two sons, Bryan Letteer and Scott Letteer (Kimberly); brother, Charles Edward Letteer Jr. (Margaret); three sisters, Judith Baidy (Joseph), Nancy Keener, Betty Pursel (Larry); a grandson, Hunter Ryan Letteer; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Eunice Letteer.
A graveside service will be held at 2pm Friday, March 11 at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Fredericksburg.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, Attn: Supporter Services, 901 E Street NW, Suite 100, Washington, DC 20004-2025, or to Gayton Baptist Church, 13501 N Gayton Rd, Henrico, VA 23233.
Brian Smith lit a candle for Elmer Clyde Letteer
My deepest sympathies to each of you. Butch has always been a great friend and colleague, and I am stunned and saddened by his passing. May he live forever in our hearts, and God bless each of you.
Shirley Mackey lit a candle for Elmer Clyde Letteer
My deepest sympathy to Janet and the rest of the family. Lifting up prayers for comfort and strength.
Janet I was so sorry to learn about the loss of your dear Butch. My heart goes out to you and your family during this sad time.
My husband and I are so sad to hear of the passing of Butch. We were neighbors and attended church together for many years at Hatcher Memorial Baptist.Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.Peggy & Tom Ingram
Butch will be greatly missed by us all here at DMV Printing Services. He always lit up the mood with his unique brand of humor and conversation. Our sympathies to his family and friends who loved him.
Dear Janet and familySo sorry to hear about Butch. We share many happy memories from our VCU Police days. Bill and Sylvia Hobgood
My deepest sympathies to his family! Will miss talking about cars before we started our day at the office.
mpt lit a candle for Elmer Clyde Letteer
Butch, we needed to go fishing on Swift Creek one more time! Thanks for the memories while we served at VCU Police -I can still hear 118 being called by dispatch !Glad we kept up over the years…. As much as we could anyway! God bless you brother !