In Memory of

Oliver

Fitzgerald

Doolittle

Obituary for Oliver Fitzgerald Doolittle

Oliver Fitzgerald Doolittle was born March 1, 1965 to parents Oliver and Dorothy Doolittle. He was affectionately by Harrison Matthews whom he lovingly considered as his father.

Oliver graduated from Bonanza High School in 1983. Throughout his life, he held many fulfilling jobs and was a faithful Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) volunteer for several prominent hospital.

Oliver received Christ early in life and was baptized at St. Johns Baptist Church. Throughout his life, while facing a challenging disability, he overcame them and succeeded.

Oliver was a kind and loving husband, brother, uncle, cousin and friend to many who effectively adored and loved him. With these relationships in his life, he was fun and loved watching comedy and action movies. Oliver loved listening to old school music and going to the beach as well as playing pool.

He was a true Dodgers and Raiders fan. He had two fond furry companions; Ace (preceded in death) and dolly whom he enjoyed many walks and much affection with. Oliver met his wife Brandy Marie Burnett in Las Vegas and the two exchanged vows on June 3, 2006. In 2011, he relocated to California with his wife for several years. In 2019, Oliver returned back to Las Vegas with his family and remained there until God called him home.

God called Oliver home on Friday, December 18, 2020. Oliver was an obedient servant to God's word and will be deeply and truly missed.

Oliver Fitzgerald Doolittle was preceded in death by his stepfather Harrison, mother; Dorothy Matthews, his grandparents; William and Viola Hall, one brother Cedric Doolittle and a brother-in-law Armando Acosta (Nikki Acosta).

Oliver Fitzgerald Doolittle leaves behind to cherish his memories, his wife; Brandy Marie Burnett Doolittle, father and mother-in-law; Perry (Ernestine) Burnett, two sisters-in-law Lindsey & Brittany Burnett, one brother-in-law; Dana Sherman, three siblings; Paulette Doolittle, Sharon Newell and Nikki Acosta, two aunts whom he loved and cherished; Emmer Hall and Bobbie Ann Fleatcher, three nieces; Khadijah, Mecca Newell and Jasmine Acosta, three nephews Shareef, Shakur Newell and Romeo Acosta, five great nieces, thw great nephews, a host of cousins, extended family and friends.