Jolynn Burdette Little passed away on June 8, 2021, after a valiant battle against cancer. She was born June 2, 1952, in Ft. Riley Kansas to Joel Willis and Glenis Terry Burdette. Joel was stationed in Ft. Riley as a cook in the Army. The Burdette’s moved back to Salt Lake City, Utah where Jolynn lived the rest of her life. Jolynn is survived by her husband Kerry Lee Little, sons Brandon Lee and Justin Lee. Jolynn is also survived by her sister’s Debbie Petersen (Kevin), Connie Wagstaff (Scott) and Marci Owen (Rusty), and many nephews and nieces. Jolynn is proceeded in death by her parents Joel and Glenis, sister Heather, and grandson Wolfgang. \nJolynn graduated from Olympus High school. Jolynn met and fell in love with Kerry, a ward romance that blossomed into a “can’t live without each other” loving relationship. They were married on June 26, 1974, in the Salt Lake City Latter Day Saints Temple. On June 26 of this year, they will have been married for 48 years. She joined the OC Tanner Company soon after high school where she worked for over 45 years. Jolynn was an excellent, hardworking employee loved by many of her colleagues. Jolynn worked alongside one of her favorite aunt Janee Spencer.\nKerry and Jolynn along with their two sons loved the outdoors. They loved to camp and hike and Jolynn especially loved to water and jet ski. One of her most cherished experiences were the times they spent together at Lake Powell where she was an accomplished solemn skier with amazing stamina. Jolynn and Kerry went to Lake Powell every year for over 40 years. \nWaterskiing wasn’t Jolynn’s only love, she loved to watch the Runnin’ Utes basketball. She loved to garden, play bonko, but her specialty was her cooking. Jolynn took great pride in the dishes that she prepared, ensuring the best ingredients were used with the best recipes. She was always sought out for savory entries, beautiful cakes, and spicy salsa. She is legendary for her Easter Bunny Cake and cupcakes. \nJolynn was a loving and loyal friend, starting with her sisters. Ever year, she would go with her sisters to Disneyland, bringing home a commemorative T-Shirt (she has a few T-shirts!!). Spending time with family and friends was Jolynn’s priority, she shared family celebrations, accomplishments, and even challenges with a loving and confidential spirit. \nFuneral Services are scheduled for Saturday, June 19, 2021, at the Mountain View Ward located at 8435 South 2700 West, West Jordan, Utah. A viewing will be held at 10:00am with the services scheduled for noon. Burial will at the Murray City Cemetery, 5490 South Vine Street, Murray, Utah 84107. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Huntsman Cancer Society. A luncheon is being prepared for the family after the services.