Glenna Alice Little
July 4, 1926 – June 24, 2019
Topsham – Glenna Alice Little, 92, passed away on June 24, 2019 at The Highlands Assisted Living Facility where she was a resident. Glenna was born on July 4, 1926 the daughter of Norman R. and Lottie (McFarland) Little in Little Settlement Canada.
As a teenager, she left the family farm in Canada to live with her Aunt Olive McFarland to complete her schooling in Portland, Maine. There she attended Portland High school where she graduated with high honors. After high school, Glenna was immediately hired at Canal Bank where she worked for many years. After taking time off to travel the country with family she was hired at Central Maine Power Company where she worked until retirement. She remained to live with and care for her Aunt Olive until her death. In later years she continued her love of traveling with friends, family and her beloved dog Kiki. In addition, she was a member of her local Presbyterian Church and volunteered at the YWCA
Glenna is survived by 3 sisters Vercelia Gass, Althea Little both of Canada, and Olive Knoop of North Yarmouth, a brother Blenis Little of Canada, two dear friends Beverly Daoust and Lillian Strout, as well as several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents and sister Marlene Surrette.
The family invites you to a time of visitation at Lindquist Funeral Home on Friday June 28th from 1:00 to 2:00PM followed by a committal service at Blanchard Cemetery at 2:30pm.
You may offer your condolences or share your memories at www.lindquistfuneralhome.com
- Norman R. Little, Father
- Lottie Little, Mother
- Vercelia Gass, Sister
- Althea Little, Sister
- Olive Knoop, Sister
- Marlene Surette, Sister
- Blenis Little, Brother
- Beverly Daoust, Friend
- Lillian Strout, Friend
- Visiting Hours Friday, June 28, 2019
- Graveside Service Friday, June 28, 2019
Glenna Alice Little
June 27, 2019
It was an honor to care for Glenna . We shared many laughs..
June 26, 2019
I always enjoyed our visits to see Aunt Glenna and Great Aunt Olive! Playing in the yard, eating all the blueberries from her back yard bushes and enjoying all the fine furniture and Knickknacks they had.
RIP Aunt Glenna,
Love your niece,