MALCOLM L. LITTLE SR.

Posted July 14, 2009, at 7:39 p.m.

In Loving Memory Of MALCOLM L. LITTLE SR. Aug. 31, 1915 – July 15, 2007 Dad, it has been two years since you have gone. We will always fondly remember your inspiration and example to us. Your distinguished service as a wounded, decorated combat veteran of Utah Beach and D-Day, your service to the community as a selectman of West Pembroke, your days of service as a Mason, Odd Fellow and a very active member of the community will always be remembered. Also your achievements and prowess as a baseball player were noteworthy, a credit to Down East Maine and enabled you to reach Fenway Park and to catch for Dizzy Dean. Your accomplishments and service to the community, our family and friends, are too numerous to enumerate in this brief memorial. Your service as a coach and manager for a local youth baseball league unequivocally demonstrated a deep love and commitment to our youth. Your continued motivation, achievements and discipline provided a profound inspiration to all of us to continue our academic and career objectives. Dad, you were always there for us and supportive in all of our major decisions and struggles. All of our family and friends whose lives you have touched will forever remember your sharp wit and your unwavering devotion to your family and friends. Your life epitomized fairness and commitment to moral values. Malcolm L. Little Jr. For all of our family, relatives and friends

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