Jon I. Little

Jon I. Little

AGE: 56 • Pennsauken

Jon I. Little, age 56, of Pennsauken, NJ, passed away on Friday, July 19, 2013. He was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Jon loved his Creator where he first received Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age. The son of a preacher, Jon grew up rooted in the biblical teachings of the esteemed Pentecostal church organization, Church of God In Christ, and answered the call to the ministry as a young adult and licensed as a minister. He was a member Mt Olive COGIC, Neptune, NJ. Jon relished gospel music and ministered to the hearts of many with his musical gift playing the bass, rhythm, and lead guitar in the local, district, and state church choirs.

Jon leaves to cherish his memory, his devoted wife, Alecia Harris-Little; children: Dana Stassen of Georgia, Jon and Justin Little of Maryland, Ashley Hamilton and Aubrey Little of New Jersey; mother Heidi Little of North Carolina; father Bishop John Little (Evangelist ViCurtis E.) of District of Columbia; siblings: Dorothy Ellis, Ameatriss "Peaches" Little, Jil Rose of Massachusetts; Harriett Juanita Medlin of Maryland; Ervida Little and Elder Robert DeShay of District of Columbia, Deloris Rickettsand of Connecticut; John Weaver of Virginia; mother and father-in-law Carl and Mary Ann Smith and brother-in-law Kevin L. Smith of New Jersey; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins; and Reverend Jack Salmon and Elder Rodney Coleman who were his good close friends for many years and very dear to his heart.

Home going service will be held Saturday, July 27, 2013. 12 noon. Family and friends may call from 10:00 AM until time of service at the Faith Holy Temple Church of God In Christ, 2713 River Road, Camden New Jersey on Interment will be Monday, July 29, 2013, 10:00 am, Trinity Episcopal Church Cemetery, 207 West Main Street, Moorestown, New Jersey. W.R. Woody Funeral Home, Burlington, NJ.

Funeral Home

W. R. Woody Funeral Home - Burlington
465 High Street  Burlington, NJ 08016
(609) 386-1834

Published in Courier-Post on July 25, 2013