Monica A. Little

With great sadness we announce the passing of our loving mother, daughter, sister, grandmother great grandmother Monica A. Little aged 68. She was born November 30th 1950 in Denver Co to Clifford N and Erika E BoydGraham. During her childhood Monica enjoyed traveling with her Military family. Monica graduated from Air Academy High School in Colorado Springs Co, class of 1968 . She had a love for 50’s music and dancing. She married the love of her life Floyd R Little in Las Vegas NV on December 30th, 1995. She worked in Civil Service for the NAFB Military Maintenance Department for many years before retiring in 2005 . She was adored by all.

Monica lived her life to the fullest enjoying her time with family and friends, weekend shopping trips and evening movie times. Her greatest love was watching The Jurassic Park movies and spending time with her Colorado family in the mountains and at her mother’s cabin watching deer roam and hummingbirds fly. She loved working in her yard and tending to her variety of roses.

Monica is proceeded in death by her brothers Cliff H. Boyd and Jack P. Boyd; her husband Floyd R. Little. She is survived by her daughters Charity D Rice and Natalie F Genovese; mother Erika E Graham; sister Robin L Shafer; five grandchildren and 1 great grandchild; nieces and nephews as well as a great nephew whom she loved dearly. She also has many  family members in Austria and England.

Family, friends and others whose lives Monica has touched are invited to La Paloma funeral home at 5450 Stephanie St., Las Vegas NV, 89122 from 10am to 11am with a reception following from 11 to 12pm on Saturday, October 26th, 2019 for a Celebration of life to honor Monica A little.

A private burial will be held for Monica on October 28th at The Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

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  • I am so sorry to hear of Monica’s passing. I knew her to be a sweet and loving individual whom I called a friend. She was among a small handful of people attending my wedding and I will always appreciate her kindness and smile. I know she will be missed by family and friends, but am confident she is doing wonderful things in Heaven.


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