Harry R. Little Jr.
1963 - 2020
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Harry R. Little Jr., 57, of Bradford, passed away on Tuesday (March 24, 2020) at The Pavilion at BRMC.
Born Feb. 21, 1963, in Bradford, he was the son of Harry R. Little Sr. of Limestone, N.Y., and Mary Ann Vaughn Chase of Bradford. He attended the Bradford and Limestone Area School Districts.
Harry was a self-employed Contractor, Carpenter, and Painter, working in Ellicottville, N.Y., and the surrounding areas. He also formerly worked in the local oil fields. He had a strong love for his family, including his dogs, Gidget and Meatball. He also loved riding horses, racing, hunting, fishing, boating, and watching sports.
Surviving in addition to his mother and father are two daughters, LeAnne Little and Megan Little; two sons, Tyler Little and Cory Little; four sisters, Laurie Johnson, Michelle McGee, Cindy Coppella, and Jessie Rounsville; five brothers, Jeff Little, Jay Little, Mike McGee, Mark McGee, and Matthew McGee; one stepbrother, Brian Chase; two maternal aunts, Vera Kohler and Connie Spittler; three grandchildren, several cousins, and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his stepfather, Patrick McGee.
Friends will be invited to attend a Celebration of Life at a later date to be announced.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc.
Online condolences, if desired, can be made at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

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Published in The Bradford Era from Mar. 27 to Apr. 3, 2020.
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March 28, 2020
I Just recently met Harry and what a special man he was... So much energy, so much fun, so positive, and so caring about his friends.. RIP my friend... Gone too soon... But never forgotten.
March 28, 2020
Harry has been my friend for 14 years. He was a master at his job and had the biggest heart! He will surely be missed my me and my family.
Kim Rodgers
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