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   Venice Ann Little, age 52 of Mindenmines, Missouri, passed unexpectedly, Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at Mulberry, Kansas.

   Venice was born September 15, 1962 to James William Long and Jo Ann (Stewart) Long at Gravette, Arkansas.  She married Don Little on February 16, 1992 at Las Vegas, Nevada.  Venice was a Baptist, and owned and operated the Big Little Mini Mart in Mindenmines.  She had also worked as a truck driver, a waitress, a secretary, and had owned a restaurant and catering service.  Venice enjoyed sewing, crafting, making quilts and spending time with family and friends. Venice was a very strong willed loving person.

   Survivors include her husband of 23 years, Don Little; a daughter, Samantha “Sam” Little of Wamsutter, Wyoming; her father and step-mother, James and Patty Long, of Walker, Missouri, a brother, William Dean and Lisa Long of Mulberry, Kansas; three sisters, Diana and Hippie Coates of Mulberry, Kansas, Debra Klein of Pittsburg, Kansas, and Cynthia and Eddie Bazal of Liberal, Missouri; and two granddaughters, Joanna Little and Alexis Little.  Preceding her in death was her mother, Jo Ann Long.

    A Memorial service will be 6:00 pm Friday, July 24, 2015 at Daniel Funeral Home Chapel. Nephews will serve as pallbearers.

   Contributions are suggested to American Cancer Society in care of Daniel Funeral Home.

 

Comments  

#2 Rock Springs WyomingDavid & Cleta Heddleson 2015-07-24 22:39
We are in shock to heart that Venice has passed. She was a good friend back in our Wansutter days. I can't begin to express the amount of sorrow I feel, especially for Sammy and the girls. If there is anything we can do to help you through this difficult time don't hesitate to ask. We are here for you Sammy. Your Mother is in a better place and will be smiling down on you and your little girls until you all can meet again. We love you gal. Hang in there!!!
#1 Casper WyomingCleta Kawa 2015-07-24 22:33
Venice was an outstanding mother who not only loved her only child but also loved her child's friends. She was the type of parent who never missed a volley ball, cheering for the whole team. She really was an amazing lady. I have many great memories of her. Venice you are missed. Rest in Peace beautiful lady

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