Timothy Brian Little
Timothy Brian Little was born on Father’s Day June 17, 1956 in Sacramento, CA. He married Teresa Woodrum in the St. George temple August 21, 1980 and together they have six children.
In any occupation Tim had, he used his imagination, creativity and perfectionism to the fullest, from jewelry to woodworking to carpentry to metal sculpting. Tim was a perfectionist in the role he took in bringing new life to the ordinary, or often the “junk” he worked with. He collected and saved everything. His family would often chide him for his stockpiling of “junk” but he put it to good use: fixing automobiles with bicycle parts, making wood burners out of washing machines and creating unbelievable pieces of art. Tim recently finished his work shop from a pile of recycled materials he gathered. Rather than building the shop in a day with wood, Tim pieced and welded together his own metal studs to frame and complete the shop.
Known by all for his fun-loving nature and storytelling, Tim’s grandkids lovingly called him ‘Grandpa Cool’. He made meaningful memories with all who interacted with him. He lived to help others and enjoyed the time he served in the LDS temple. Tim created a Legacy of Love. He loved his family, his wife Teresa, sons Caleb and Lance, daughters Larissa, Caitlin, Crista, and Lynzie, son-in-law Mark and daughter-in-law Lisa, grandkids Scotlyn, Tyce, Ethan, Madeline, Lillian, Milo, Liam Grae, and Emersyn. Funeral services will be held on Monday, January 29 at 12 noon in the Malad LDS Stake Chapel, 1250 N. 1100 W. Friends may visit with the family at the church from 10:30-11:45a.m. prior to the service. Burial will follow in the Pleasantview Cemetery.