Limon Eugene Little

Limon Little

Limon Little

Limon Eugene Little was born in Jacksonville, Florida, the son of Cooledge Eugene Little and Dorothy Angela Bowen Little on May 4, 1951, and departed this life on December 9, 2018 in Jonesboro, Arkansas, at the age of 67 years.

He was united in marriage to Shirley Mason on March 23, 1988 in Salem, Arkansas.

He is survived by his wife, Shirley Little of the home, in Thayer, Missouri; three sons, Limon Little of West Plains, Missouri, Mark Oliver of Thayer, Missouri and Charles Oliver and wife, Alie, of West Plains, Missouri; two daughters, Laura Brinkley and husband, Nick, of Wilmington, North Carolina and Melissa Little of Brooklyn, New York; eight grandchildren, Tiffany, Alex, Kortnie, Christopher, Lance, Madison, Cameron and Logan; one great grandchild, Oaklynn Rae; one cousin, Rebekah Maddery and husband, Robert; other relatives; and countless friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Cooledge and Dorothy Little; and one son, David Oliver.

Limon was a hardworking businessman, spending many years owning and operating a RV Park and Marina in Florida.

When he wasn’t working, he loved to spend his time outdoors tending to his garden and woodworking. He was very talented and could design and make anything he wished. He also will be remembered for his love for antique cars. Most of all, Limon loved his family and spent as much time with them as possible.

Limon was a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend. He will truly missed by all that knew him.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 2:00 PM at the Carter Funeral Home Chapel in Thayer, Missouri with Tom Powell officiating.

The family will receive friends on Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 1:00 PM until service time.

Arrangements are under the direction of Carter Funeral Home, Inc.

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2 Responses to Limon Eugene Little

  1. sue evans says:

    Our Limon was one of the most genuine human beings that I have ever known. His love for his family, friends and life was so evident when you were around him. Limon truly cared for the people in his life. He will be missed by us all. BEEP BEEP BEEP

  2. Eva Almquist says:

    Limon you will be missed so very much. I will always remember the days on sitting on the porch at the Park talking and laughing. The memories that Paul and I had to share because of you, Shirley and your wonderful family are priceless. I hope you and Paul have a great time talking and laughing about Paul’s welding abilities and old cars. I will miss you