Amelia Ann Goulding Little
She was born on April 9, 1954, in Memphis, Tenn. to the late Clarence Eugene and Melba Jean Leonard Goulding. Having worked as a teacher and counselor for Davie County School System for many years, she retired, choosing to become a full-time grandmother. She was an active member of First United Methodist Church, where she sang in the chancel choir, was a Sunday school teacher, helped with VBS, and started Family Ministries Team with her good friend, Jayne Walker. She was a volunteer in the community. She had been a member of the Wesley Singers in Johnson City, Tenn., which inspired her to start the Davie Community Youth Choir where they traveled to spread the word of God. She was a card player, enjoyed spending time with friends, and loved to travel.
Survivors: her husband, Harry Little, M.D.; children, David Little (Emily) of Huntersville and Becky Little of Advance; siblings, E.C. Goulding III, Karen Durkee (Mark), all of Johnson City, Tenn., and Richard Goulding (Janell) of Warren, Ind.; and grandchildren, Xander and Amelia Jayne Little.
A memorial service will be conducted at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 30 at First United Methodist Church with Dr. Glenn L. Myers Jr. officiating. The family asks that you please be mindful of social distancing and masking if you have not been vaccinated. The family will receive friends and family in the Family Life Center following the service. There will be a live webcast of her service on the Lambert Funeral Home website as well as by visiting https://webcast.funeralvue.com/events/viewer/54758.
Memorials: Family Promise of Davie, 129 Liberty Circle, Mocksville.