Alvin "Scott" Little
Monday 18th of May 2020 - Sunday 17th of May 2020
Alvin “Scott” Little, 50, husband of Dewana Little, passed away on May 17, 2020 at his residence. He was born in Pikeville, KY on Sept. 18, 1969, son of the late Alvin Little and Patricia Colwell. Scott received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky as a Physician’s Assistant. He was an employee at Baptist Health.
He is survived by his wife, Dewana; his son, Colby Scott Little and his daughter, Kennedy Nicole Little; his sister, Kim Little Hicks; two nieces, Ashleigh Dotson and Taylor Little; and his great nephew, Cash Dotson.
A private service will be at the Lexington Cemetery. In Tribute to Scott’s memory, donations may be made to KODA, Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates. www.milwardfuneral.com
Our family sends our prayers for Colby and Kennedy especially. Scott was a great person. His heart was so kind and caring. When our daughter was little he would make house calls when she was sick. He would hall her and Colby and Brady to movies and out to eat. He was a great Dad. This community will miss him very much.
Scott is one of the sweetest people I have ever known ! Prayers for the family that the LORD will wrap his arms around you and give you comfort as only he can !
Scott was one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known ! Prayers for the family that GOD will wrap his arms around you and comfort you as only he can !
Scott was such a joy to work with.. He had such a love for his family and his job..He will be greatly missed and work will and work will not be the same without him..He touched our hearts.Dewana you and the kids are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time
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We are going to miss him. His joy was radiant as he reflected the joy of our Lord . God blessing to all his family, friends, brothers, sisters, neighboorhood and coworkers who got to know him. We'll see you soon with our Lord Jesus Christ. German and Family.
Scott had a way of lighting up a room when he walked in. Always smiling and always glad to see you. He was dedicated to his family and his profession. A loss for all of us. Vaya con Dios my dear, Vaya Con Dios.