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Judy Lynn Little

August 27, 1948 — February 2, 2024

Beaumont

Judy Lynn Little

Judy Lynn Little, a longtime bank manager who retired from Capitol One Bank in Port Arthur, Texas, passed away on February 2, 2024, in Dayton, Texas. She was born on August 27, 1948, in Beaumont, Texas. She was a dedicated and respected professional who made a significant impact in the banking industry.

 

Judy's career spanned several decades, during which she served as a bank manager at Capitol One Bank. Her commitment to excellence and her exceptional leadership skills enabled her to thrive in her role and gain the respect and admiration of colleagues and customers alike. Judy's dedication to her work and her ability to connect with people left an indelible mark on those she worked with.

 

Education played a vital role in Judy's life. She graduated from South Park High School in Beaumont, Texas. The knowledge and skills she acquired during her education undoubtedly contributed to her successful career. Judy was always eager to learn and grow both personally and professionally.

 

While Judy had an illustrious career, she had a multitude of passions outside of work. Fishing, crabbing, and camping were activities that brought her immense joy. Spending time outdoors allowed Judy to connect with nature and find solace away from the demands of daily life. Her loved ones fondly remember her excitement whenever an opportunity for outdoor adventure presented itself.

 

Judy's family was incredibly important to her. She was born to parents James Wilie Little and Jane Sue Bronson Little. Her parents and brother Pete Little preceded her in death. However, she is survived by her brother Buzz Little and his wife DeeDee, who provided unwavering support during challenging times.

 

The love Judy shared with her nieces and nephews was extraordinary. James Little and Aaron Little were not just family members but also confidants who shared many treasured moments together. Aaron Little found his soulmate in his wife DeDe, whom Judy considered as another member of the family along with Fanci Hard and her companion Charles Choate, and Paula Langston and her husband Chris. Additionally, Judy took immense pride in her great nieces and nephews, Holly Ogden and her husband Brandon, Shelby Miska and her partner Elisha Johnson, and Jordyn Collida. She cherished their accomplishments and celebrated every milestone with joy.

 

Throughout her life, Judy's strong friendships were a source of great happiness. Her dear friends Fran, Brenda N., Becky, and Brenda M. were pillars of support who accompanied her on life's journey. The memories they created together will forever be cherished by those left behind.

 

Judy Lynn Little's passing leaves a void in the hearts of all who knew her. Her legacy as a dedicated and compassionate bank manager lives on, inspiring others to strive for excellence. She will be remembered not only for her professional achievements but also for her love of outdoor activities and the deep connections she forged with family and friends.

 

Judy passed away surrounded by her loving family after a life well-lived. Her memory will forever be etched in our hearts as we carry forward the lessons she taught us - to work diligently, appreciate nature's gifts, nurture relationships with loved ones, and above all else, lead a life filled with kindness and integrity.

 

May Judy Lynn Little rest in eternal peace.

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