Homer, Louisiana, May 26th 1940 Charles Lee Green was born to Willie and Mary Green, who his now reunited with the oldest of three sons. At an early age he traveled on a train with his grandmother Annie Webster from Homer Louisiana to watsonville, California. He attend Notre Dame Christian School and St Francis high School. He continued his education at Hartnell college in Salinas California. He fellowship and worship at St Francis Catholic Church where he was baptized at an early age, served as an altar boy and was married. Charles was very active in the community, served in several clubs one being the knights of Columbus where he was a lifetime member. During the Summers he work in the orchards picking barriers and vegetables. After leaving watsonville California Charles moved to southern California and lived in Los Angeles. In Los Angeles he was United with Cassandra Spicer after years of friendship they married and to their Union for children were born. In the following years, Charles later joined Sheila Warren and from that Union one child was born. In his professional career he worked at Norris industry from September 8th 1961 until 1995 when he retired. He was a member of the UAW labor union. He often stayed in touch and communicated with his friends whom he attended School with he often spoke to Dave McCabe, they were very close friends and spoke of him often, Mary Jane savaria, Gino, John Batistisch, Fred Evans and a host of other friends that he kept in touch with. They laughed about the good times that they had together. Charles was highly athletic he played basketball, baseball, and football through primary, high school, and college. he also continue on after college. Dave McCabe was part of that sport adventure with Charles. He also coached Pop Warner football and enjoyed the game immensely. Charles loved his family very much and often visit with his cousin and friend Elaine West who he spoke to several times a week often having debates, sometimes Elaine would win. Charles will truly be missed by his neighbors, friends and families. He leaves behind five children Cynthia Green -Jacobs and son-in-law Christopher Jacobs, Eric Green , Eulalia Jones, Ramona Williams and Tamika Green. Eight grandchildren, for great grandchildren. Two brothers Richard Green and sister-in-law Florence Green and Perry Green. A chapel blessing will be held on Friday January 22, 2021 at 11am at Mehl’s Colonial Chapel. Burial to follow at Pioneer Cemetery.
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