William Edward Little
December 1, 1945 – February 12, 2022
William Edward “Bill” Little, 76, succumbed to his fight with cancer February 12, 2022.
Bill was born in 1945 in Charleston, West Virginia, but has spent most of his life here in Richmond. He is predeceased by his parents Fred Paul Little and Ortha Fay Henley Little, and his brother Paul Little (Bettie). He is survived by his wife, Kathryn Cassick Little, sister Sue Little Shattell (Jerry), Sons Ryan Little, Christopher Little, and William Little Jr. (Karen), daughter Michelle Wray (Steve), and stepdaughter Terry Paris. Also, many nieces, nephews, and grandchildren.
Bill served in the Air Force as an Air Police Officer in Viet Nam from 1962-1966. He was awarded the Viet Nam Service Medal as well as the National Defense Service Medal. Bill began his company, CFI in 1987 doing Hotel Design until 2020.
He loved fishing, socializing with friends and especially his family. He will be sorely missed and, in our hearts, forever.
Thinking about you Kathy. Will miss talking with Bill.
Kathy, you are in my thoughts.
My Condolences Kathy for You and your family. RIP Bill.
I will keep you in my prayers.
Bill always had a smile when I saw him and he was very welcoming. He will be missed.
Thinking of you and your family!!! May the Lord be with you and your family!!🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻💙💙💙
My dad was the best dad! He was always there for me when I needed him the most , I will miss him tremendously! Words can’t describe how much my dad meant to me. My dad was a great husband, father, brother, uncle, hard working, funny, and great man to have as a friend, My Dad Was The Best!! Even tho my heart is broken, I know your not in pain anymore, I will forever keep you in my heart. Until I see you again I will always cherish our time we had together. Love always your daughter Michelle! ❤️💔😇🙏🏻
Little I can say during this sad period of time except that I was very fortunate to have him as a friend and business partner for 32 years. I learned a great deal about life from him.
He took me under his wing and taught me a great deal of life and business . He helped everyone around him . He treated me like a son . I love you uncle bill . Rest In Peace buddy