Photo courtesy of Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home

John M Littell

Spokane, Washington

Feb 6, 1951 – Oct 18, 2017


Tuesday, February 6th 1951
Wednesday, October 18th 2017
University of Texas

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Your photograph of Jay is exactly as I remember him. He smiled readily. His warmth embraced all around him. Jay was blessed with an insatiable curiosity, and was never afraid to let his light shine. Above all, Jay was cool. Men wanted to be like him, and women just wanted him.

I never met his Olds 442. I did meet his Mercedes 6.9. Jay had one speed for that vehicle; it was the same speed he had for his life. Full on, pedal-to-the-metal.

Lunch with Jay in the...

Jay was one of the most sincere and best liked guys in his Dallas high school class. We are all stunned at his untimely death but glad that he lived his life so fully. Jay's kindness, compassion and verve for life will be greatly missed.

I remember Jay as a very nice guy who always had a smile on his face. He was a great athlete and I know he will be missed by all of us in his high school class who knew him and the myriad of people whose lives he touched since those days. Rest in Peace, Jay.....

Jay was very helpful recording class notes to pass to me while I was recovering from surgery while in 9th grade. Very sad to hear of his passing. Glad he enjoyed a happy life.


John's Obituary

Dr. J. LittleFebruary 6, 1951-October 18, 2017J. is the beloved son of Donna Kaelson Little and John M. Little, Jr. He was born in Big Spring, Texas and reared in Dallas, Texas. He graduated from Highland Park High School in 1969, where he was an excellent student and outstanding athlete, being...

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