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In loving memory of
George Lee Green
  • January 08, 1935
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  • September 10, 2020

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George Lee Green, age 85, passed away after a battle with cancer, just before 3am on September 10th, 2020.
George is survived by his wife, Ann Green, of Daytona Shores, Florida, as well as his son George Jr., and daughter Zena Cypher, along with grandchildren Kyle, Laura, Mark, Brandon, and Madison, as well as five great-grandchildren.
He was born on January 8th, 1935, in Brooklyn, New York.
During his time with the Air Force, he met his wife in Great Britain, the two marrying shortly afterwards and remaining together for over sixty-five years. His faithful devotion to his wife is matched only by the commitment and love he shared with his children and grandchildren. He was deeply loved, and is equally missed.
George’s life was a light unto this world, even in the darkest of years and darkest of circumstances. Even throughout his struggles, his focus was on others, on service, and making this world a brighter place. Even now, his memory still shines with brilliance and warmth.

George will be interned at the Cape Canaveral National Cemetery at 12:30 on Thursday, September 24th.

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  1. Diahann says:
    25 Sep 2020
    The Mehr family is praying God's peace and comfort over you and your family during this time.

  2. Melanie Marta Rupp says:
    24 Sep 2020
    Dear Ann and family, George was a force to be reckoned with along with you, Ann on the pickleball courts. Although we lived in the same condo, I met you both on the courts. George was a true competitor and great guy. I enjoyed competing with him. May he rest in peace and may you and your family find peace and closure. I send my deepest sympathy, Melanie Rupp # 1407.

  3. Shobie Hunter says:
    23 Sep 2020
    The Hunter Family is praying peace, comfort and rest over you. We love you guys.

  4. Edge says:
    23 Sep 2020
    Your Edge Family loves you and are praying for you.

  5. Zena Cypher says:
    23 Sep 2020
    Thank you for your comments, your prayers, and the love you've extended towards our family. We've put together a slide show looking back at just some of the memories with our father, George Green: https://youtu.be/MlZvb4uS7_8.

  6. Cheryl and Kurt Szeluga says:
    23 Sep 2020
    Rest in peace dear George. You and Annie were by far the best neighbors we've ever had and we feel so blessed that even though miles and time were between us we were able to stay in touch through Zena. We were truly blessed to have become friends with you both. You were the cutest and most loving couple we've very known. Prayers and deepest condolences to Annie, Zena, George and family. You were special too all and will be missed by all. Annie, sending virtual hugs and love to you.

  7. Pamela Wood says:
    22 Sep 2020
    He was a man of honor.A man who loved his children, grandchildren and his wife. Plus he was a man of God.
    It was a blessing to know him. George you will be missed.
    May God give your family peace as they say their goodbyes to you. But they will see you again.
    Love to your family,
    Pam Wood

  8. Camille Barrett says:
    22 Sep 2020
    I didn't get to know Mr. George very well, but knowing how loving Mrs. Z is, I'm thinking he was a pretty incredible man. I loved hearing stories about him and seeing pictures of his smiling face. I could tell he loved his family and wife so very much. What an amazing legacy to leave here on this earth! I'm honored to know his family and I'm praying for them - Peace and comfort! Amen.

  9. Parker McDonald says:
    22 Sep 2020
    We're praying for you and your family. We love you and stand alongside you.
    - KidPak Spartanburg Family

  10. Joanne Mennillo says:
    22 Sep 2020
    I have many fond memories of George Green and Annie They were my best friends We shared many good times together with our dogs We went out to eat, I often made dinner for them We shared our love for dogs and our dogs got along George and Annie babysat for our dogs when we went on vacation My dog Finlay would pee on Annie's curtains and it was ok cause she loved our dogs George loved desserts Whenever I went over his house he was always making something new George alone babysat my dogs when my Sister died and I had to fly suddenly to New York Annie was in London George was a beautiful human being and loved his family He will be truly missed

  11. Zena Cypher posted an image:
    22 Sep 2020
    We'd like to share just a few pictures of our dad here as we remember his wonderful life together.
    We'd like to share just a few pictures of our dad here as we remember his wonderful life together.

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