Glenda Jean Little

January 11, 1959 to November 18, 2020


Passed peacefully away at the Dr. Leonard A. Miller Centre, Palliative Care Unit after a short battle with cancer on Wednesday November 18, 2020. Glenda was predeceased by her father, Wallace Little. Leaving to mourn her mother Inez Little, sisters Christine (Bernard) Ryan, Bonnie (Howard) Pike, and her special cat Manny. She is lovingly remembered by her nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. She is also mourned by special friends.  Sincere Thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Dr. Leonard A. Miller Centre, Palliative Care Unit. At her request there will be no visitation. Due to Covid-19 restrictions the Sukhavati (Buddhist funeral service) will be by invitation only. In lieu of flowers donations in her memory may be made to Canadian Mental Health Association – Newfoundland and Labrador.



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Dear Chris

It is very sad t0 hear about your sister, Glenda.
…All my love goes out to you.


I had no Idea that Glenda was even sick because of the Covit -19 Cancellation of our Live Positive Thinkers Meetings . But I haven’t seen Glenda for a few years . But I remember her as a Bubbly , Smiling , Happy , Friendly Enthusiastic & , Helpful Person . She Will Be Missed . Jim Flynn .

Sorry to here of Glenda passing , remember her smiling face at our meetings.

To Glenda’s Family,

Sincere condolences to Glenda’s Family! We have pleasant memories of sitting with Glenda during Breakfast meetings and enjoying her wonderful involvement with the Club! Our thoughts and Prayers are with you at this time!

To Glenda’s family. – I am so sorry for your loss. Glenda and I were friends through Positive Thinkers. It was so nice to spend time with her there and to meet her sisters. Glenda made great contributions to our club – such service – so giving to people. I knew Glenda was really transformed through her retreat with the Buddhist community and that she found real meaning there. I loved seeing joy on Glenda’s face. Shine on my friend.

Bonnie & family, Sincere condolences at this difficult time. Sending prayers & big hugs. Doug & Daphne

Glenda, you were a lovely, beautiful woman. Rest in peace.

I was heart broken to hear of Glenda’s passing. A friend indeed who even though I have not seen her in awhile, her smile and larger than life laugh I will miss. We had more then our share of wonderful times and fondly remembered when our paths did cross. Rest peacefully my friend. Condolences to the entire Little family.

Aunt Inez, Christine, Bonnie and families. Your loss has left all of us deeply saddened.
Love Kelvin and Susan

Aunt Inez and family .Our deepest sympathy .

Howard and Marilyn

Mrs. Little, Bonnie, Christine and families. . I was so sad to hear of Glenda’s cancer diagnosis and her passing .
It sounds like she was able to find some peace in recent years through the Buddhism faith. I hope knowing this and your good memories will help you through this difficult time. With condolences and hugs

Aunt Inez, Christine and Bonnie and families – We are deeply saddened and shocked at Glenda’s passing. David and I have very fond memories of a young Glenda when you came to visit in Scarborough during the 70’s. Especially the weekend camping trip that we took Glenda and Bonnie on to Emily Provincial Park in my dad’s old tent trailer along with Kelvin and Susan and David’s brother, Scott. Our thoughts and prayers and love are with you all at this time.

So saddened to learn of Glenda’s passing. I could still remember her smiles and laughs at our meetings. She was a hard working secretary with very detailed minutes taking at Capital Toastmasters Club in St. John’s years ago. In recent years, she was also a very active board member at the Positive Thinkers Club and an invaluable asset in getting our monthly newsletter published. My condolences to the family. She will be dearly missed.

To the Little family, I am saddened to learn of Glenda’s passing. I got to know Glenda and her sisters from attending the monthly events of the Positive Thinkers Club for which Glenda had been an active volunteer. As a Board member, she contributed, in a meaningful way, towards creating a professional monthly newsletter for the club. I feel blessed to have gotten to know her. May her spirit be free to soar and may you all be wrapped in loving kindness during these tender hours.
– Daphne MacNeil

Mrs. Little,Christine,Bonnie and families,we were so sorry to hear of Glenda’s passing .Wishing you all strength and peace during this very difficult time.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,love leaves a memory no one can steal. We will always remember Glenda’s big smile and her wonderful laugh.
Sending big hugs to you all
Mary,Duane,Shawna,Jon and families.❤️❤️

I am so sad to hear Glenda passed. She was a beautiful and caring person. I’m so sorry for your loss.

We offer our deepest and sincerest condolences to Christine and members of the Little family. May you find comfort in your loving memories of Glenda and know you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Mona and Flash

Mrs. Little, Bonnie and Christine. I was shocked and saddened to hear of Glenda’s passing. I didn’t know Glenda well but I do remember her beautiful smile. My deepest condolences to the family at this very difficult time.. May she Rest In Peace.

RIP Glenda. You have earned your peace. So difficult to see Glenda’s obituary this morning and I read it hoping not to see Inez’s, Christine and Bonnie’s name confirming it was the sweet Glenda who grew up in a family who were our wonderful neighbors on O’Reilly Street. Keeping you all close in my heart and thoughts and easily smiling over the neighbors…which includes handsome dad Wallace who had the sharpest wit and humor…of which I was frequently the target. Much love Inez, Christine, Bonnie and families. Donna (Winsor) and Curt.

Aunt Inez,Christine,Bonnie and deepest condolences for your loss…I remember the first time I saw her…a beautiful big baby with tri-colour hair…sending love and prayers..God Bless

To Glenda’s family I’m so sorry for your loss. It’s been along time since I’ve have seen her but I always remember her smile and laugh..

My Deepest Condolences to the Little family on the passing of Glenda, It’s been years since I saw her, but she always had this Beautiful warm smile. May She Rest In Peace

Mrs. Little, Bonnie & Christine, So sorry to hear of Glenda’s passing, it’s been a number of years since I ‘ve seen her, but every now and then I’d run in to someone we went to school with and her name would come up and we’d reminisce about our time in high school. Glenda is now in the arms of her loving Dad, may she rest in peace.

I’d like to send my sincere condolences to Glenda’s family. I had not seen her in years but she had such a kind personality and a wonderful smile. May she Rest In Peace

Inez. , Bonnie and. Christine,
Saddened to learn of Glenda’s passing,
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
God Bless.

My sincerest condolences! I haven’t seen Glenda fr many years now but I am truly shocked to see her obituary today! Rest In Peace Glenda! Love Brenda Clarke

To Inez, Christine and Bonnie, my sincerest condolences to all of you and family. I have no doubt that Wallace was with Glenda as she passed from this world to the one where there is no pain and sorrow. May God Bless you all and give you the strength to get through this most difficult time. Debbie Hutchings

Mrs Little, Christine, Bonnie and families., I am so very sorry to hear of Glenda’s passing. I will always remember her with her beautiful smile and kind heart. Please accept my sincere condolences at this most difficult time.