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Donald Lee Green

01/06/1958

01/03/2022

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Alpha Family Center

519 E. Main St., Lowell, MI  49331

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Donald Lee Green, age 63 of Lowell, has unexpectedly gone to be with the Lord on January 3, 2022. Don was preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Lucille Green; fathers-in-law, Roger Conner and Ronald Wells. He is survived by his wife, Lynn (Conner) Green; children, Robin (Dave) Morehouse, Brian (Erica) Green, Rebecca (James) Jaskowiak, Kimberly Green, Hannah (Garrett) Race, Jennifer Green; grandchildren, Carter, Makenna, and Jackson Morehouse, Conner, Rhett, and Charlotte Green, Payton, Emma, and Ezra Jaskowiak, Alden and Jensen Race; mother-in-law, Geraldine Conner; siblings, Bill (Sue) Green, Jo (Scott) Meyers, Doug (Wendy) Green; aunts, Judy Grutter, Sally Grutter; and many dearly loved nieces and nephews. Don graduated from Lowell High School in 1976. He then worked for Amway for 25 years. Don was involved in the Lowell City Council for 15 years, and the Parks Commission for over 20 years. Not to mention a member of the Jaycees, Lowell Showboat Board, Planning Commission, and an Alpha Women’s Center board member. His hobbies included art, model planes, fishing, camping, road trips, recreational league softball, golf leagues, coaching, and being an umpire. Don enjoyed teaching art and model building. He spent time teaching Sunday school and was a part of the choir, and Church of Lowell Prayer Group throughout his 31 years as a member of the First Baptist Church of Lowell. Visitation will be held on Friday, January 7, from 5-8 PM at First Baptist Church of Lowell, 2275 W. Main St., Lowell, MI 49331. Services will be held on Saturday, January 8, at 2 PM at First Baptist Church of Lowell, with visitation one hour prior. Pastor Jon Pickens officiating. Interment Oakwood Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Alpha Family Center, 519 E. Main St., Lowell, MI  49331 or to the family to help with expenses.

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34 Responses

  1. I am very sorry for your loss. Don was always so nice whenever I ran into him. Prayers for peace and comfort for family and friends.

  2. So sorry for your loss ! I was so surprised to hear of Son’s passing ! Prayers to Lynn and the family !

  3. Gone to soon brother but you have left an incredible legacy. Say hi to all our brothers and sisters in heaven!

  4. Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints.”

    King James Version Psalm 116:15,

  5. Our love and sympathies to the entire Green family. Speaking on behalf of Brian Green’s work family at Kubota in Jefferson GA, it is clear what a wonderful man Don was, based on the excellent character of his son. Brian always speaks fondly of his family and roots in Lowell. It’s a painful thing to lose a loving Dad, especially when it seems too soon. We are praying that God’s infinite grace will sustain you all, and that Don’s love for his Father in heaven will be shared by you all. Peace.

  6. Wonderful man whos impact on the lives he touched and the wife /family he loved so deeply will be a huge void ,but we celebrate that he is with his lord and Savior and clothed in heavenly garments

  7. So sorry to hear this. Prayers for the comfort of “underneath are the everlasting arms” of our saviour

  8. Our thoughts and many prayers are with you in this difficult time. May God give you comfort.
    Carmaletta Gilmore.

  9. Worked with Don at Amway, He was a hard working and all around great guy . Prayers for you and family !!

  10. I am so sorry and keeping Family and everyone who knew Don Green in my Prayers! May you all feel God’s loving arms wrapped around you!

  11. So sorry to hear of the loss of Don… I worked at Amway in Payroll and Don would have to take me various places in the mail van. Such a nice, fun-loving man… Thoughts and prayers to his family at this sad and difficult time…

  12. Sorry for your lost Don was a good man and friend God bless you and family

  13. Such sad news. I have very fond memories of Don and Lynn playing softball many years ago. Prayers go out for Lynn and the family.

  14. One of the nicest persons ever. Prayers for peace & comfort for those he leaves behind.

  15. Shocked and saddened by the news of Don’s passing. Such a warm, caring man who dedicated years to our City government. Praying for God’s peace and comfort for the family and all who loved him.

  16. Sorry to hear this about a wonderful man that loves the Lord. My prayers will be that our Father will send his Spirit to comfort the Green family in this time of need.

  17. Prayers and blessing to Don’s family and friends. Don was always positive toward our family and in every conversation regardless of any struggles and challenges. We shared a lot regarding his career and options. A very versatile and helpful man. Lynn, please feel free to call me for any questions or concerns you may have. Sincerely, Shane Robinson and family. 517-250-1563.

  18. I am Saddened and so very sorry for your loss. Prayer going out for your family. God Bless

  19. We are so sorry for your loss and we are praying for family. May God’s peace be upon your family.

  20. So sad to hear of Don’s passing. Worked with Don at Amway and he umpired softball in many games. Such a gentle giant will be missed. Prayers for all

  21. Thinking of all of Don’s family today. At this time of sorrow may you take comfort in your memories. I remember Don as a very caring, loving husband, father and grandfather.

  22. So sorry to hear of Don’s passing. He was one of the most friendly and genuine guys I’ve ever met. My condolences to the family.

  23. Brian and family, we continue to wrap you all in mighty prayers for God’s love and peace in the coming days, weeks, months and years. May all the beautiful memories continue to carry you. Many hugs and love from Kansas.

  24. Don was a breathe of fresh air and a great big hug every time I seen him. I know him and Francis Sr. and Jr. are up in heaven watching over you. Hugs to you and the family as I understand what you are going through. Hugs and Love Lynn. Don you may be gone but you will never be forgotten!

  25. “Well done thou good and faithful servant” We will see you again on the other side of this life my friend.

  26. Oh my gosh we are so sorry for the family. Your in are hearts and prayers.

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