The funeral service will be conducted at 1:00 P.M., Saturday, January 28, 2012 at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Drayton Road, Byromville, Dooly County Georgia. Interment will follow in the Church cemetery. Reverend Governor Gibson will officiate.
Willie Lee “J. Pan” Green was born May 5, 1926 in Byromville, Dooly County, Georgia to the late Lillie Mae Riley Green and Gilbert Green, Sr. He acquired his education in the public school system of Dooly County. At an early age he joined the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church where he served on the Deacon Board ministry.
He was married to the late Abbie Lee Felton Green and to this union they were blessed with ten children; five children preceded him in death, Willie Green, Jr., Annie Lee Green, Reatha Mae Green, Deloise Law and Evelyn Brown; he was preceded in death by a sister and brother, Gilbert Green, Jr.
Later in life he married the former Pearlie Mae Patrick who died September 11, 2009 and to this union he was blessed with three stepchildren, Takiya Patrick preceded him in death.
After forty years of dedicated services he retired from Southern Frozen Food, Inc. as a fork lift driver.
Survivors are his beloved children, Lillie Mae Green, Montezuma, Georgia, Eddie Green, (Regina), and Sharon Furlough, all of Camden, New Jersey, Cynthia Green, Sandra Green, and Tim Solomon all of Montezuma, Georgia; two step-children, Freddie Patrick, (Ruby) Atlanta, Georgia and Jeffery Patrick, Batavia, New York; two sons-in-law, including a devoted son-in-law, Minister Johnny Law and Emmitt Brown both of Montezuma, Georgia; thirty one grandchildren and a host of great grandchildren; sisters-in-law, Eva Green, Montezuma, Georgia, Inez Barron, Byromville, Georgia, Linda Adams, Montezuma, Georgia, James Barron, Chicago, Illinois, Wayne Barron, Macon, Georgia, Curtis Barron, Montezuma, Georgia, Sarah Butler, (Stacey), Dayton City, California, Willie B. Harrell (Willie Mae), Byromville, Georgia and Gail Walker, (Robert), Montezuma, Georgia; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends, including a devoted friend, Lee Morris Miller, Montezuma, Georgia.
- Adrian D. Harris(Friday, January 27 12 08:17 pm EST)
I'll miss you Mr. J-Pan. May you rest in eternal peace.
- James Barron(Thursday, January 26 12 10:26 am EST)
may we all find peace and comfort in the knowledge that Japan is in a better place and heaven is that place. I will miss him very much
- LASHADE LAW CONEY(Wednesday, January 25 12 10:52 pm EST)
I WOULD LIKE TO SEND MY PRAYERS AND COMFORT OUT TO FAMILY, GOD BLESS YOU.