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Late pro surfer Brock Little remembered at Waimea Bay

(Image: Hugh E. Gentry) (Image: Hugh E. Gentry)
(Image: Hugh E. Gentry) (Image: Hugh E. Gentry)
(Image: Hugh E. Gentry) (Image: Hugh E. Gentry)
WAIMEA BAY, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

The ashes of professional surfer and stuntman Brock Little were scattered at Waimea Bay by friend and family on Sunday.

Little was 48-years-old when he passed away on from cancer February 18. 

His memorial service Sunday comes just a day after another surfing great Rabbit Kekai's ash scattering.

Little was the runner-up at the 1990 Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitation.

Back in January, Brock posted a picture on himself on his Instagram, much skinnier from his battle with cancer, with the caption: "I have cancer. It sucks, but I taking chemo. You do what can. Can't believe the person in that picture is me. I look in the mirror and I feel like it's not me."

But in an interview with Surfline.com Little sustained his positive outlook on his life saying, "If I live two more days or 20 more years, I'm good. I've had an amazing run."

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