Clem L. Little died March 18, 2017 in Enumclaw at the age of 81. He was born September 13, 1935 in the tiny town of Childers, Oklahoma to Ross and Ruth (Wilkins) Little. His mother moved him and his siblings to Entiat, WA when he was 12 years old. Every summer he worked in the Entiat apple orchards earning money for school clothes.
Around 1955 Clem moved his small family to Renton, WA and started working at the Boing Company as a Quality Assurance Inspector. The years he worked at Boeing were good to him and he became a Quality Assurance Director prior to retiring. Clem was an avid fisherman and hunter with a great sense of humor. Once retired he became actively involved in the Washington Brittany Club, field trialing and the Brittany's. He and his wife Marilynne traveled all over the United States with their Brittany's, horses, and a 40-foot trailer campaigning the Brittany's.
Clem is survived by his wife, Marilynne of Enumclaw; sons, Vern (Kathy) Little of Leavenworth, WA and Mike (Linda) Little of Lake Stevens, WA; daughters, Lucinda Barnard (Don) of FL and Windy Schmidt of Enumclaw; brothers, Leslie (Pete) Little of Manson, WA and Raye (Leila) Little of Everett, WA; 13 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.