Stevie Little

Jan. 21, 1948 –

Aug. 4, 2012

Stevie Carol Robinson Little, 64, entered the Lord’s presence on Aug. 4, 2012, in Red Oak, Texas, at home surrounded by her family and loved ones, after a long and courageous fight with cancer. Born in Dallas, Texas, at Methodist Dallas Medical Center on Jan. 21, 1948, to Harmon E. and Francis M. Robinson.

Stevie Carol was a 1966 graduate of Justin F. Kimball High School in Dallas, where she was involved in cheerleading, concert choir and Future Homemakers of America. She was elected by her classmates as sophomore class favorite and senior friendliest girl. Her days and friends at Kimball were experiences she often spoke about throughout her life with her family.

Stevie is survived by her loving husband of 46 years, Benjamin Little of Red Oak; her sons and daughters-in-law, Todd and Dawn Little of Red Oak and Matthew and Summer Little of Colleyville; her mother, Francis Robinson of DeSoto; her grandsons and granddaughter, Tanner, Houston and Stefani, Dillon, Collin and Walker Little; her brothers and sister, Harmon and Rock Robinson and Kelly Robinson Lozano; her sisters and brothers-in-law, Carmen Robinson and Miguel Lozano and their children, her brothers and sisters in law, John and Shirley Little, Paul and Alice Little, Chuck and Mary Little Cromwell, and Tim and Cheryl Little.

She was preceded in death by her father, Harmon Robinson of Dallas; her grandfathers and grandmother, the Rev. C.C. Robinson of Waxahachie, and Grover and Mollie Wallace of Dallas.

Stevie achieved her life dream of becoming a loving and devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Her hobbies included homemaking, hospitality, gardening, home architecture and décor. She spent most of her free time with her family. She was well known for hosting holiday parties and special events for family and friends. Her gift of hospitality touched many lives and gave others the opportunity to see her faith in Christ through her service and dedication to them. Anyone who knew Stevie knows her love for Christ through her worship, faith and intercessory prayer life. She was gifted in exhortation and encouragement. She touched many through her prayers, teaching and Sunday school ministry and her availability to all in need.

Visitation viewing will be held from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8, at Boze Mitchell McKibbin Funeral Home, 511 W. Main St. in Waxahachie. A celebration/funeral service of her life will be held at 10 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, at The Oaks Fellowship Church at 777 S. I-35E in Red Oak.  

Arrangements by Boze-Mitchell-McKibbin Funeral Home in Waxahachie.