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Pat Dean Little

30 novembre 193723 avril 2021
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On April 23, 2021 Pat Dean Little surrounded by family, took her last breath on Earth and her first breath in Heaven-being received into the arms of the Angels. Pat was born November 30, 1937in Grove Oklahoma to her parents Clarence and Goldie Newburn. She was the middle child of two sisters-June and Jodawn. She was predeceased by her husband, Dan Ray Little. Their first home was in Jenks, Oklahoma; they had one son-Joseph Edward Peyton Little. She is survived by her son, Joseph Little and wife Angel, one sister, Jodawn Mary Bell, several nieces and nephews, a Great-Niece, Great Nephews, three step Grandchildren and one Step Great Granddaughter, and many, many friends. Pat graduated from Grove High School, and attended colleges in Miami Oklahoma, and Tahlequah, Oklahoma. She earned a Master’s Degree in Education. She continued to attend UAFS in Fort Smith, Arkansas working for a Doctorate Degree. In college, she was an active young lady. She was a member of the Marching team, the Norse Stars, Chorus, BSU, Arts, and on a committee for preparing young educators. Visitation with the family will be on Monday, April 26 from 5:00pm-7:00pm at Edwards Funeral Home in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Services will be Tuesday, April 27 at 11:00am at First United Methodist Church in Fort Smith, Arkansas where she has been an active member for many years. Pat will be laid to rest next to her husband and family at the Olympus Cemetery in Grove, Oklahoma at 3:00pm.

Memorials may be sent to: Salvation Army or Oklahoma Historical Society.

Services

  • Visitation

    lundi, 26 avril , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    mardi, 27 avril , 2021

  • Burial

    mardi, 27 avril , 2021

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Debbie Prescott

26 avril , 2021

Just want everyone to know what a special place you hold in my heart. Mama Mia as you always called me as I did you, your son Joe is married to my daughter Angel. I want you to know I will do my best to help watch over him during the rest of my time here on earth. I will miss your great big smile and sweet jokes! Until we meet in heaven for that cup of coffee....Love you Deb

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Biographie

On April 23, 2021 Pat Dean Little surrounded by family, took her last breath on Earth and her first breath in Heaven-being received into the arms of the Angels.

Pat was born November 30, 1937in Grove Oklahoma to her parents Clarence and Goldie Newburn. She was the middle child of two sisters-June and Jodawn.

She was predeceased by her husband, Dan Ray Little. Their first home was in Jenks, Oklahoma; they had one son-Joseph Edward Peyton Little.

She is survived by her son, Joseph Little and wife Angel, one sister, Jodawn Mary Bell, several nieces and nephews, a Great-Niece, Great Nephews, three step Grandchildren and one Step Great Granddaughter, and many, many friends.

Pat graduated from Grove High School, and attended colleges in Miami Oklahoma, and Tahlequah, Oklahoma. She earned a Master’s Degree in Education. She continued to attend UAFS in Fort Smith, Arkansas working for a Doctorate Degree. In college, she was an active young lady. She was a member of the Marching team, the Norse Stars, Chorus, BSU, Arts, and on a committee for preparing young educators.

Visitation with the family will be on Monday, April 26 from 5:00pm-7:00pm at Edwards Funeral Home in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Services will be Tuesday, April 27 at 11:00am at First United Methodist Church in Fort Smith, Arkansas where she has been an active member for many years.

Pat will be laid to rest next to her husband and family at the Olympus Cemetery in Grove, Oklahoma at 3:00pm.

Memorials may be sent to: Salvation Army or Oklahoma Historical Society.

Online condolences may be sent to: www.edwardsfuneralhome.com