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Condolence From: Ed Plourde
Condolence: When you first look at John you see a seemingly imposing man. I had the pleasure of seeing his jovial side while attending his US Power Squadron weather course. Sometimes the material would become quite complex, and I would blurt out some joking comment. John would just turn and look at me and everyone would laugh. He later told me how much he enjoyed my participation in his course. For me this was a true compliment from a true gentleman. God Bless, John.
Friday December 01, 2017
Condolence From: merilyn
Condolence: John was a great brother-in-law. We looked forward to his visits when we lived in Illinois. He was kind and always willing to help. I very much appreciated his assistance with the many landscape projects we tackled in Missouri. I especially remember our trips to Maine and going out on the ocean with John in his sailboat. He and Edie were very much a part of our lives and very special to us. He was always ready with a smile and a silly joke. John will be missed.
Tuesday November 28, 2017
Condolence From: Jeanne
Condolence: John Little is my father in law, my "Dad". To my children He was "Grampa", and although he wasn't their 'real' Grampa, if you didn't already know this, there was no way of telling. Because both He and Mom loved, spoiled, bragged about and (thankfully) disciplined them, always in a kind tone.
Dad was extremely quick witted, and very very funny.
Dad enjoyed visiting people and He axored having company, he truly enjoyed and loved the people in his world
He was a great conversationalist who was very knowledgeable about so many things.
The things he didn't know about made him happy too, because he had a passion for learning that was infectious...
I think that His passion for learning, and for sharing made him the wonderful man He was. I guess it's what I'll miss most about Him...

To me the greatest part about Dad was the beautiful way he loved Mom. The way he loved all the rest of us was, of course very special
But, the way He loved Mom, well, it was perfect.
It was Perfect, the way every little girl dreams her husband will be.

Dad touched many lives in his 88 years.. I am very thankful that I got be one them..

I will love you forever Dad.

Tuesday November 28, 2017
Condolence From: Danielle
Condolence: My condolences for the loss of your loved one. May the God of comfort be with at this time.(2 Corinthians 1:3,4)
Tuesday November 28, 2017
Condolence From: Debbie oliver
Condolence: Aunt Edith, please know that my heart is with you and the family. Uncle John will be missed buy the cousin's who will try to carry on the family stories.
Love you.
Monday November 27, 2017
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