Stan Green, 63

Published 6:05pm Monday, March 11, 2013

Stanley Owen Green, 63

Born: Aug. 29, 1949

Died: March 4, 2013

Stan’s life began on Aug. 29, 1949, in Brooklyn, N.Y. Stan’s birth parents are Charles and Dorothy Price. When Stan was 18 months old he was adopted by Frederick J. and Gertrude A. (Webber) Green.

Stan Green
Stan Green

He was united in marriage to Bonnie Hook on June 30, 1973, in Windber, Pa.

Stan honorably served his country in the U. S. Army. He fought in Vietnam from 1969 to 1970. He was a member of Cassopolis VFW Post 10704 and served on its honor guard.

He was also a member of the American Legion in Dowagiac, Purple Heart Association in Battle Creek, Vietnam Veteran’s Association and he had started a reunion group, 377 A BATT (AZN) 101st Airborne.

He worked for Georgie Boy RV for several years.

Stan really enjoyed woodworking, spending time with his grandchildren and his dogs, Zoe and Molly.

He enjoyed helping veterans by taking them to the Battle Creek VA Hospital.

His loving family includes: his wife, Bonnie Green; children, Todd (Christine Hawkins) Green of Elkhart, Ind., Shawn (Amber

Wilson) Green of Dowagiac and Scott (Charity) Green of Dowagiac; grandchildren, Gavin, Bailey, Madison, Cassidy and Ayden; brother and sister, Charles Price and Audrey Librera.

Stan passed away on Monday, March 4, 2013, at the VA Hospital in Ann Arbor. He was preceded in death by: his parents; brother, Hubert Price; and sister, Marjorie Price.

Funeral services took place on Friday, March 8, at Yazel and Clark Chapel.

He was laid to rest in Ft. Custer National Cemetery in Augusta. Memorial contributions in his name may be directed to VFW Post

10704 Cassopolis or Cass County Council on Aging.

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