Glenn Little was born on August 21, 1940, in Columbus, Ohio. He was a beloved husband, father, brother, uncle and friend. Glenn had a good working relationship at Crown Auto Top, where he left an indelible mark.
Glenn was a hardworking and dedicated employee throughout his life. He took pride in his work and always strived to do a good job. His commitment to his craft earned him the respect of both his bosses and co-workers.
Outside of work, Glenn found solace in his hobbies and interests. He was an active member of the Madison Christian Church in Groveport, Ohio. His faith was an essential part of his life and brought him great joy and comfort. Glenn also loved going to auctions, flea markets and yard sales where he made good friends. He found a sense of community with fellow worshipers and his different friendships.
One of Glenn's proudest accomplishments was winning the Hog Calling Contest. He was raised on a farm and learned to call hogs there. This achievement brought him great joy and countless memories that he held dear.
Above all else, Glenn valued his family and friends. He shared 54 ½ years with his wife, Sharon M Little. Their bond was unbreakable, built on love, trust, and unwavering support for one another. Together they faced life's challenges hand in hand, creating a firm foundation for their family.
Glenn leaves behind their cherished daughter, Jacqueline, who along with her husband, Shawn Dream loved her father very much. He also leaves behind sisters Nancy Little, Jeanie Little, and Janet Griffith who will deeply miss their beloved brother. Glenn is preceded in death by his parents and many brothers and sisters.
Glenn touched the lives of many with his warm smile and kind heart. He never hesitated to lend a helping hand or offer words of encouragement to people.
In memory of Glenn Little's life, let us celebrate the legacy he leaves behind.
While we mourn the loss of Glenn, let us also take solace in knowing that his spirit will forever live on in the hearts of those he touched.
Glenn's Memorial Service will be held at Madison Christian Church in Groveport Ohio at 2pm on Thursday January 4th, 2024.
Interment following at Fernwood Cemetary in Lockbourne, Ohio
Arrangements entrusted to Chicagoland Cremation Options of Schiller Park, IL