Samuel Lee Green Obituary

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Samuel Lee Green of Spiro, Oklahoma was born November 24, 1950 in Spiro to Frank Rice and Beulah Green.


Sam attended Douglas Elementary School and later on joined the United States Navy where he served on the U.S.S. Intrepid. After his discharge from the Navy, Sam enrolled in the Rhode Island State Police Academy. After graduating from the academy he worked for Lincoln Woods State Park in Lincoln, Rhode Island as a park police. He later joined the Warren Police Department in Warren, Rhode Island.


In 1998 Sam retired as a Police Sargent from the department. He received numerous letter of praise from people whom he had helped as an officer.


Sam loved his family a friends and would help anyone in need, never asking anything in return. He also loved cars, trucks, motorcycles, and music.


He has had and still has numerous show cars and trucks and tons of record and tape collections.

Samuel Lee Green departed this life on February 9, 2019 at the age of 68. He is survived his daughters, Vanessa Nerone (Ben Doyon), Morgan Chatman, his sons, Malcolm Green, Oscar Smith, Simon Thomas, Gerald Kinnard, and Marcus Green, his sisters, Doris Johnson(Ervin), Marie Kursh, Jan Hurd, and Ocie Conner, his brothers, Raymond Green, James Melvin Green, Morris Alexander, and Gerald Rice, numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, other family and an endless list of friends.

A celebration of life will be held 11:00am Tuesday, February 19th at the First Baptist Church in Spiro, Oklahoma with burial to follow in the Fort Smith National Cemetery under the direction of Mallory-Martin Funeral Home of Spiro, Oklahoma.


View hours will be 9am-7pm Monday with a family and friends wake service being held from 5pm-7pm Monday at the funeral home.


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