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Green, Kenneth James

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February 1, 1937 - January 6, 2020

Green, Kenneth James

Kenneth James Green of Allen, Texas passed away on Monday, January 6, 2020 at the age of 82.

Graveside service will be on Thursday, January  9, 2020 at 10:00 am at Hilltop Memorial Park, 1810 N. Perry Road, Carrollton, Texas 75006.

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September Grrange

January 08, 2020 8:07PM

Kenneth James Green passed away peacefully on January 6, 2020 he was 82 years old.

He was born February 1, 1937 in Clarendon, Arkansas but was a lifelong resident of Texas from the age of 1. He worked as a truck driver for many years, but he retired as a commercial maintenance man. He married the love of his life and celebrated 60 wonderful years with her before her passing. More than anything in his life he was a devoted husband.

As he knew his time on this earth was coming to an end, he was joyful in knowing he was going home to be with his lord and savior and would soon be reunited with his wife, son and so many other family members who had gone before him.

He had an excellent sense of humor and loved practical jokes. He discovered a talent for painting in his retirement and enjoyed creating artworks of people and places. He was a music lover and avid fan of TV westerns. He loved movie and TV trivia, and his favorite actor was John Wayne. He hated working on cars, and he wasn’t very good at it either. He would think that was funny.

Kenneth James Green was preceded in death by his parents Calvin Murphy Green & Goldie Lilly Eddy . His brother Murphy Green, sister Bonnie Kipp, wife Margaret Green, and son Brian Green

He is survived by his sisters Elizabeth Jones, Earlene Phemister and Merle Cravens.

Daughters Kenny Ann Wickersham and September Lee Grange.

Several grandchildren and great grandchildren.

His first born grandson, Israel Hatzenbuehler was the rock he leaned on and who he looked to for sound judgment in times when decisions had to be made. Israel had been with him the longest of all his grandchildren and I believe he loved him the most. He found comfort in the calm and strength of Israel when he lost his son and wife and his world as he knew it forever changed. Now he is with god no more sorrow, no more sadness. Rest In Peace Daddy

September Grange

January 07, 2020 10:25PM

I love you daddy and will miss you. Give Moma and Brian a hug and tell them I love them

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