Mary Lynn Little
1950 - 2019
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Mary Lynn Little

Mary Lynn Little, 68, of Denton, died Monday, July 1, 2019 at home in Denton.

Mrs. Little was born on October 23, 1950 in Denton to Troy and Robbie (Smith) Davis. She earned her degree in accounting from Tarrant County Junior College. She was married to Roger Dale Little on March 29, 1998 in Denton. She and Roger were members of Covenant Church in Caddo Mills.

She was a loving, caring & devoted Christian. She loved her God her husband and all other family & friends. She loved going to garage sales with her husband every Saturday in Dallas and always telling great stories of her finds. She was extremely proud of her time spent with Braniff Airlines as a stewardess. Although she had no children, her Scottie dog Genny was the love of her life for 17 years. No more pain. Rest in peace & wait for me.

Mary is survived by her husband, Roger Little of Denton; daughters, Amber Dawn Little of Houston, Diana Miranda and her husband George of Livingston; son, R.A. Little of Houston; sister, Margaret Davis and her husband Tommy Pirkle of Denton; grandchildren, Hayden Little and Haley Little; Roger's aunt, Jodi Santo of Ponder. She was preceded in death by sister, Carolyn Lauderdale.



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Published in Denton Record-Chronicle on Jul. 3, 2019.
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July 4, 2019
Mary had that special smile, you know the one, that lights up a room. The smile that makes all things bad, good again. Mary would listen to me, she would give me her best advice. Then tell me " But you do what you want, I am just telling you what I would do" Her advice I took to heart, her soul was so full of Joy and Love for The Lord. Mary taught me a lot. She taught me to love each and every day , to love the ones who love you back, and leave the others to themselves, and pray for them. Her laugh, ahhh her laugh, Mary I miss you so much, I know you are no longer in pain, Praising God for that, but the selfish me wants to see you and hug you one more time. I love you Mary, I will see you when Jesus calls me Home, until then Mr. Roger will be taken care of, RIP Mary
With all our Love,
Andrew & Sarina Freeman
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