Veulah Little

Obituary of Veulah May Little

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It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that our beloved mother went home to heaven at 10:32 a.m., July 28, 2021.

She was loved by all and loved her family, friends, and anyone she met along life's journey with the sweetest of hearts and fiery soul.

Preceded in death by Her Brother Herman Ross.

She is survived by her sisters, Lola Kreiser-Buck, Marie Dudley-Kidwell, and Cathy Jones, brother Donald Eskew; Nelma Jane McClain an Robert Eskew (deceased); children, Dale Little and Pennie Blake; son-in-law, Leonard Blake;  grandchildren, Kyle Jorgensen, Chris Jorgensen, Merisa Gamler, and Kara Darby; great grandchildren; Isabella Gamler, Daryn Jorgensen, Theryn Jorgensen, Greyson Sprague, Anabella Gamler, and Coltyn Jorgensen; significant others, and many Eskew relatives, and friends. 

We will be bringing her home to rest in WA with a ceremony some time in the future. If you would like to be notified regarding her Celebration of Life, please email us at

This memorial is in loving memory for such an amazing loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, cousin, woman, and friend. We love you momma and we miss you so incredibly much fly high with the angels in heaven and hug all of the family and friends we've lost along the way.

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Veulah Little

1936 - 2021

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