Leonard “Erick” Green, Sr., 55, of Nowata, Oklahoma, passed away October
30, 2017 at St. John's Medical Center.
Mr. Green was born May 19, 1962, in Nowata, Oklahoma, to Lewis L. Green
and Rosie (Brown) Green.
He graduated from Lenapah High School and briefly attended Oklahoma
State University. He served in the United States Army as an Infantryman
on multiple tours of duty, including Germany, Iraq, and Operation Desert
Storm. Following his military career, Mr. Green worked for the Oklahoma
Union School as a bus driver and mechanic. Mr. Green was very active in
his community, serving the SEK in Coffeyville to the NEO in the Nowata
Area. He went from being a mechanic to a farmer, a farmer to a chef, and
a chef to a cowboy.
Mr. Green enjoyed riding horses, bulls (in his prime), doing just about
anything outdoors, playing and coaching basketball, hunting, fishing,
cooking anything that moves, hiding 7-Up cakes on holidays, watching his
Green Bay Packers and Oklahoma State Cowboys, & being an avid Dallas
Cowboys hater. More than anything, he loved spending time with his
family, children, and only grandchild!
Mr. Green is preceded in death by his father, Lewis L. Green, Sr. and
oldest brother, Lewis Green, Jr.
He is survived by his mother, Rosie E. Green; wife, Evarette M. Green;
six children from this union, son, Ronald Davis; daughter, Shelby Davis;
son, Leonard Erick Green, Jr.; daughter, Lunette Green; son, Fredrick
Green; and son, Christopher Green. He has two sons from his relationship
with Sammy Jo Majors, Braiden Green & Derick Green. He is also survived
by his grandchild, Ayden Gene Miller, son of Lunette Green. Finally, he
is also survived by his siblings, William Green, Luther Green, Cecil
Green, Adelphia Penn, Inola Irene Austin, Louise Gillette. He is also
survived by numerous other loved ones and friends.
The Leonard Erick Green, Sr. family thanks everyone for everything that
has been done for us: food, flowers, prayers, and any and all
contributions & condolences.
Hickory Creek Cemetery
Nowata County, OK,
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