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Obituary for Mary Little E

Mary Ellen Little (Murphy) Sunrise 11/16/1961 Sunset 11/18/2023

Mary Little passed away at 2:36pm Saturday on November 18th 2023 surrounded by her family and loved ones. Mary is survived by her three daughters, Liza, Rashema, and Shelece. Willie Little her lifelong partner since 1981. Mary and Willie worked together at Will-mor Manufacturing in Seabrook New Hampshire. Mary and Willie shared 3 pets together, their dogs Chewy, Wisper, and Toto, and their cat Pooky. She is also survived by her sister Donna Black, Patty Wells, Brothers Donald Murphy, Thomas Murphy, Newton Murphy. Her grandchildren TruHeart, Masico, Jazmyne, Jada, Jordan, and Bella Rose. She also had a host of nieces and nephews as well as friends and other family members that will deeply miss her.

“Magic is the one word that comes to me when I think of my mother. The way her love could hit you in so many angles was a mystery. She made so many things in my life come to reality even when I thought they couldn’t be possible. The type of security she gave us through her love was unmatched. She is the heartbeat of this family and she will continue to guide us and watch over us. Her strength, compassion and sense of humor will always remain with us.” --- Rashema Murphy
“My mother was a force to the world and an experience to be had! She was the embodiment of unconditional love, acceptance, and forgiveness. My mom was my sun, moon, and guardian. My best friend. She guided me raising my children, helping me become the mother I am today. She taught me that it is never too late to do better. She showed me regardless of age this is always something to learn and room to grow. She taught me to forgive but no forget. I would not be where I am today without her guidance. I am at peace because I know she is still with me always. She lives on through her family. “
--- Shelece Murphy
“My mother was a woman who loved hard and fought harder for what she believed in. She told the truth first and faced life head on regardless of the consequences. She raised strong women by always being an open book, something I will always admire. My mother left a legacy of compassion and fierce dedication to family that is unmatched, without her I could not be me.” – Liza Murphy
“I lost my best friend; it is hard to understand life without her. We shared so much since we were nineteen years old.” – Willie Little.