Howard Green

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August 18, 1942 - October 14, 2019
Born in Waukesha, WI
Resided in O'Fallon, MO

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Howard Green of O’Fallon, Missouri, passed away at the age of 77 on Monday, October 14, 2019. He was preceded in death by his wife, Sue; parents, Frank and LaVerne; sister, JoAnn; brother, Melvin; and guardians, Raymond and Ruth.

Howard is survived by his son, Scott (Cynthia); daughter, Heidi (Francis); grandson, Aidan; brothers, Norman (Ester), William (Jenny) and Dennis; sisters, Verdeen, Sharon, Margaret; sister-in-law, Marylou; and grand kitty, Willow.

Howard grew up a farm boy in Wisconsin. He was a loving family man and worked diligently to keep his brothers and sisters united while starting a family of his own with his loving wife Sue. He was a veteran who served in the US armed forces, as a Specialist 4, of the United States Army. Howard was a retired heavy equipment mechanic who continued to use his mechanical knowledge throughout his retirement. Howard was a faithful Christian and volunteered at his church on many construction projects over the years. Howard never passed up an opportunity to lend a helping hand to his family and many friends. He especially liked returning to his farm roots with his son and grandson. Howard will be dearly missed by all who crossed paths with him throughout his life.

Memorials can be made in Howard’s name to DPC Missionaries via: Dardenne Presbyterian Church at 7400 South Outer 364 Dardenne Prairie, MO 63368.

Guestbook Entries

  1. Suzanne Engbert October 20, 2019 at 8:42 am - Reply

    Deepest Sympathy to the Green Family. Now with his beautiful Sue. May He Rest In Peace!

    • Lori Stock, DC October 28, 2019 at 5:46 pm - Reply

      My thoughts and prayers to the family. Howard was such a kind and gentle man.

  2. Edward Carroll October 22, 2019 at 12:27 pm - Reply

    Howard was a wonderful man. you could see the light of Christ in him every day. i will dearly miss him.

  3. Nancy and Roger Gottschalk October 28, 2019 at 11:20 am - Reply

    Please accept our condolences – we also will miss Howard , as we have missed Sue, remembering the years that both couples lived in Missouri, being about 400 miles from our families – so we became “family” in a way for each other. Nancy and Sue shared memories of their student years at Milwaukee Lutheran High School, while Howard and Roger discovered a shared common interest in all things mechanical, when Howard and Sue moved to O’Fallon where we were already living in the St. Louis area. Both families began to grow and share our joys with the births of Scott and Heidi and Christine and Cherie. We had hoped to attend Howard’s memorial service – although Nancy is still recovering from recent knee-replacement surgery, we were hopeful her recovery would be far enough along to permit driving down from Milwaukee for the service. Unfortunately, it has gone slower than expected and is still quite painful, so that therapy is ongoing and Nancy is still not up to traveling. We do hope in the near future, once Nancy is better, to be able to make the drive down to pay our respects at graveside and hopefully can maybe visit briefly with Scott and Heidi and family/s to share more memories of Howard and Sue – and we do look forward to all seeing each other again up in Heaven! We miss you both, Howard and Sue – but we’ll see you again!!
    (Nancy and Roger Gottschalk)

  4. Susan pashia October 28, 2019 at 6:07 pm - Reply

    Please call me this is susan
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  5. Dr Stan Gross October 28, 2019 at 6:44 pm - Reply

    Howard was a dear friend. I’m so sorry to have missed his funeral. I will honor him among other close friends and remember him and Suzi with loving stories and memories.

  6. Alice & Charles Trantham October 29, 2019 at 7:58 pm - Reply

    candle 8Howard and Sue were 2 of the sweetest folks we knew and will be missed so very much.

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