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William Frank Green

     William Frank Green entered this world February 7th 1958 and left this world October 27th, 2016.

     He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend to more than can be counted.

     Bill has always had a special connection to every living being on this Earth. It was this compassionate nature that compelled him to become a reserve firefighter. His caring heart also led him into a career of public service as a transit operator, where he could connect with all walks of life.

     He surly ascended to heaven to be with his Lord and was welcomed by his father Ed, mother Wilma, sisters Lynda and Charlotte, brother Ed and his step-son Shane. Survived by and waiting patiently to be with him again is his wife Kim, sister Bunnie, step-daughter Jasmine, son-in-law Steve, grandchildren Alexis, Emily, Tyler and father and mother-in-law Carl and Isabel.
He will be sorely missed by all the lives he's touched.

     Memorial service to be held at a later date. 

3 Comments to William Frank Green:

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Kimberly Green on Sunday, December 04, 2016 6:08 PM
To My Love, Being your wife was one of the greatest gifts I've ever been given. You are my true love and soulmate.I miss you more then words could ever express. I know thru our faith we will be together again. Until then my love enjoy your family you didn't get enough time with here and before you know it I'll be running into your waiting arms. I love you babe. 💘
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Jasmine Rose on Tuesday, December 06, 2016 8:51 PM
I was lucky enough to call Bill dad and even luckier that it was by choice. He taught me so much about life and also when to stop and have fun. He was truly a great man.
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Bunnie Hamm on Wednesday, December 28, 2016 4:52 PM
My brother was a man I loved and respected. He worked hard for his family. He cared so much for people. I could tell his driving passion was to help others when he could. I am very proud of him. I feel such a loss with him gone.
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