Obituary of LITTLE, Arlene Patricia
LITTLE, Arlene Patricia ~ Passed away suddenly on Wednesday, March 23rd in Cobourg, Ontario. Arlene was the loving wife of Blair MacPhee. Cherished sister of Glen (Sheila), Robert (Mildred), Ted (Sylvia), the late George (Patricia), Leslie (Helen), Evelyn, Sheila, Ron, Brenda, Danny, and Brian (Debbie). Arlene had the most caring heart and she will be deeply missed by family and friends.
In keeping with Arlene's wishes, cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life Gathering for Arlene will be held on Monday,
April 5, 2016 at 1 pm at 159 Green Street, Cobourg at the home of her friends, Donna and Randall Ross. For those who wish, a memorial donation may be made to the Sickkids Hospital Foundation or a Charity of your choice.
So sad. Miss you already. Love Evelyn
Evelyn Little Hardy
Rest in Peace Arlene. You will never be forgotten. Love, Sheila
Rest in peace Aunt Arlene...we will all miss you... Until we meet again.
Carlyle an I express our condolences in the loss of Arlene P Little. Our thought are with Blair an the Little Family Sharon & Carlyle Wilson
Sharon Wright Wilson
Our thoughts are with the entire Little Family and Blair at this difficult time. Please know that we are thinking of you all. Arlene (Ollie) was a very special person and will always be in our hearts.
Diane & Keith Walker
Ray and May Doyle
So sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with Blair and the Little family. In celebration of Arlene's life a memorial donation has been made to SickKids Hospital Foundation.
Ray and May Doyle
I was shocked to hear of my aunt Arlene's sudden passing. Growing up I have many fond memories of Arlene. Going roller skating at the Terrace, Arlene and my mom playing on the same baseball team, having fun at the cottage on Lake Simcoe....and much more. It's times like these when we realize how precious life really is. Arlene, I miss you more than words could ever express and I wish we had the chance to reunite with each other before you were suddenly taken from the people that love you. You will never be forgotten. Much Love, Tracey xoxo.
Tracey Little (niece)
It's been a month now and the thought of you gone is not easier. We were supposed to meet Sat. mornings for breakfast out in our "old age" remember? Well, I didn't think 60 was quite "old age" so why are you gone? People with the biggest hearts should have more years. I'll miss your funny sense of humor and just plain not ever seeing or hearing from you again. R I P