SERVICE DATE: February 24, 2020 at 2:00pm
Dr. James Alexander “Alick” Little, WWII Veteran Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps, passed away peacefully at Lakeland Long Term Care, on Saturday, February, 15th, 2020. Age 97 years.
Beloved husband of the late Barbara. Dear father of Ann and her husband Andy Hemphill, and Roger Little and his wife Olga. Loving grandfather of Mary Beth Hemphill. Fondly remembered by Barbara’s children: Jill (John) Montgomery; Patrick Purcell (Shirley); Pamela (Gregg) Evans; Jack Purcell (Lexy); and the late Peter Purcell (wife Debbie of Oakville), Penny Duggan, and Jeffrey Purcell. Dear brother of the late Charles Roger Little (WWII March 8, 1945),
and the late Mary Joyce Little. Fondly remembered by his other relatives and friends.
Resting at the Logan Funeral Home, 81 James Street, Parry Sound (705-746-5855), where family and friends will be received prior to the Service on Monday, February 24th, from 1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Service in Celebration of Alick’s Life will take place in the Logan Memorial Chapel on Monday, February 24th at 2:00 P.M. Reception to follow.
Private Family Interment at Hillcrest Cemetery in the Spring.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the West Parry Sound Health Centre Foundation or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.
Heart-felt sympathy to you - Ann and Roger - on the passing of your beloved Dad. Bob and I remember Alick’s wonderfully dry humour and many good visits in Florida with he and our Aunt Barbara. Fondly, Jackie (Low) & Bob Thornton.-Jackie (Low) Thornton
I feel honored to have met your father despite the fact it was during his "confused" stage. His kindness and consideration for the well being of others always shone through. RIP Dr. Little-Barbara O'Brien
Thinking of you all at this time. My favorite memory of Alick was during our somewhat successful fishing trips to Georgian Bay. So many kiddies sent out with the dad's, while the mom's stayed ashore!
Love and hugs Chris
Thanks" Dr little" for the great memories with your family the lows and ours in Parry Sound and Muskoka. The three amigos.-norm bates
dear ann and roger, so sad to hear of your dads passing. pete and i used to see him over the years with our kids when we visited barbara and got to know him well.i always thought of him as such a lovely gentle man.he willl be missed by all. fondly debbie(peter),danny and michael purcell.-debbie purcell
It was an honour knowing Alick. After years of doing business with him as well as comradery we enjoyed at the curling club and recently at the Garden's of Parry Sound. Alick was truly a gentleman and brightened anyone's day with his kind words and positive attitude and great sense of humour. He will be missed by our community.-Tom & Lianne & Staff of Bay Area
I am sending heart felt sympathy to Dr. Little's family.
I remember Dr. Little here at St. Michael's Hospital with great memories for his kindness to staff & patients and his wonderful contributions to research & patient care.
Maureen Melady Connelly
I'm writing on behalf of my dad, Peter B Moloney, (Dr Peter Moloney's son), and sending condolences to the Little family. My dad is now in a long term care facility but was saddened to hear of Dr Little's passing. He has fond memories of Dr Little and he remembers the love and respect that Dr Little had for his dad. Our sympathy to your family.-Helen (Moloney) Wilson
My most sincere sympathies to the family of Dr. Alick Little, whom I met a number of years ago at his home in Parry Sound. He graciously entertained us that day, and shared some entertaining stories with us. May his soul rest in peace now.-Veronica Moloney
My condolences to you Ann and Roger on the passing of your Father. How the old Glengrove is always changing! Diane (Ferguson) Eberts-Diane Eberts
Roger and Ann;
I am sorry to hear of your Dad's passing! We'll keep you all in our thoughts and prayers
Kelly & Marlen Schnurr