Obituary – Joseph “Bo” Little

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Joseph Little

Joseph “Bo” Little

Doyline, LA – Joseph Stanley “Bo” Little was called to heaven August 31, 2016 following a lengthy illness. He was born September 22, 1955 to Joseph and Nellie Little in Shreveport, Louisiana. Bo lived in the Shreveport – Bossier area until he made his home at Camp Bis-T-No in Doyline many years ago.

Bo was the oldest of three brothers. He is survived by his mother Nellie Little, brothers Mark Little, Bobby Little and wife Betty, nieces Lennis Little Fondren and husband Eric, Tabitha Little Rawls and husband Blake, Kathrine Little Spicer and husband Mark and his best friend Peaches. Bo was preceded in death by his father Joseph Steel Little “Bis-T-No Joe”, and wife Lynn Little.

Bo was a Christian man, at an early age he began to participate in church activities at Kelley Memorial Baptist Church in Shreveport, where he went on to become a minister. Although Bo never had his own church he was active in many churches at different levels. One of his greats loves and his favorite hobby was to perform weddings for family and friends. Bo loved people and enjoyed fellowshipping and eating with others. He loved to talk and never met a stranger, he also loved the Dallas Cowboys.

Bo graduated from Fair Park in 1974 where he was in the band and ROTC. Bo worked many jobs in his working career starting at Brookshire while in high school and working in several different industries including small business owner but the job he loved the most was being the custodian at Bossier Parish Community College. Although Bo had no children of his own he took on the role of father to many.

Honoring Bo as pallbearers were his cousins, Bill Little, David Little, Denver Clark, Russell Little, David Johnson, Damon Johnson and Kenny Phillips. The funeral service will be officiated by Bruce Lee.

Visitation was held Sunday, September 4 from 1:00-2:00 at Centuries Memorial Park with funeral services following.

The family asks that in preference to flowers that monetary donations be made to St Jude.