Jane,Ann and Bill,
may god always be with you in these hard time.
as you remember,they were like a wonderful parents to my children and i.!
i will miss them dearly!
To the Family of Mr.Little:
Your Father was the sweetest & kindest man. But what I remember most of all is his wonderful sense of humor. It was comedy hour in the patient waiting room when he arrived. I only knew him as an eye patient where I worked as an ophthalmic technician. I think of him often- every time I look at his wooden mobile star that is hanging from my tree off my deck, that he made for me. I have other wooden treasures made by him, but the star is by far my favorite. I knew I would miss him after I retired in June 2013, but to hear of his passing has made me very sad. I have to remind myself that he is in a better place and I'm sure heaven has been a grand party since his arrival. He was very proud of his kids and he missed his wife very much. God bless you all.
Cousin Bill did so many great works! He was my Dad's first cousin, on Grandmother Mattie Flowers side. I know he loved his family so much, not only his wonderful wife, Betty and children, Jane, Ann, Bill, Jr. and their families; but all his family and friends! He enjoyed telling me stories about spending times with them. Bill was so thoughtful and I always appreciated his calls. He had a way of lighting up the world around him. Thanks for everything! I sure am going to miss those random calls.
My deepest condolences to the Little family. It was a privilege having known Mr. Little...what a kind and courageous man. He certainly was a befitting member of "the greatest generation".
To all of the Little family. You are so blessed to have had a loving father who would do anything for not only his family but anyone in need. I knew him through his son Bill and felt like I knew him my whole life. He never stopped working his garden, tinkering with his tools, and spending time with his friends up to the very end. To Bill, Jane, Ann and the rest of your family, we send you our thoughts and prayers and lots of love.
Karen and Gary Randolph
Dear Jane & Family,
My sincere condolences on the passing of your father. May you find comfort in the memories you share together.
To all of the Family of Bill Little,
Your Farther was a wonderful man and he truly loved all of you with all of his heart. I don't think he ever met a stranger as everyone loved sharing time with him. He so enjoyed his hobbies and made some beautiful wood work. He stayed very young at heart and you would never know his age. He always had a great smile and would have a great story to tell you. We will always treasure the time our family shared with your wonderful Father. He loved getting together with his small group of friends and playing a game called Rummy -Que. I thank him him for being a special part of our family. I thank him for the time and care he shared with our Mother who passed away on Dec.15th, 2013. He loved the Lord and welcomed others to learn more about the Lord. Heaven now has another great new Angel. He now has his new and glorified body and there is no more pain and suffering. He had such a great time at his 90th Birthday his family gave him. This world is truly a better place because Bill Little was a part of it. May God Bless all of you and we are so sorry for your loss and we will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. If there is anything we can do for you please know we are here for you. We Love You All, Patty,Garland, & Patrick Amos
May the love of family and the knowledge that your dad was a beautiful person carry you through this difficult time. May he rest in peace.
To the family of our dear friend, Bill Little,May God's mercy and grace be with you dear people at this time of sadness. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are also saddened at the home-going of our dear friend . We too will miss him.May God's blessing and strength be with you at this time.
Bill, Ann and Jane,
I was so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. My thoughts are with you and your families.
My Brother in Law was the hardest working man I have ever met, and one of the kindest as well. We will miss him.
My Prayers for all the family, Jane, Ann, Bill and all the Grands.
Homer Barnhardt Sr.