we all here in prospect harbor maine miss you and so glad you are with snood now i know thats where you wanted to be heaven has more wonderful angel love you jim we will think of all the good storys and memories of you everyday jason , lisa tracey and famliy
“ To the family of James Green...we are so sorry to hear about Jim. He and Sylvia were friends of the family for many years.
You often hear of families that don't work when two or more families join together as one. This family was an exception. I went to school with Tom,Donnie and Robin and they are all intelligent,driven and all around great people. I did not know the other children but I can only assume they are as accomplished as the rest.
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“A life well lived... I had the pleasure of meeting him this past year and it was obvious what a special man he was. My thoughts are with his family. xo
“Uncle Jim holds a very special place in my life, as does Aunt Snoodie; they always welcomed us whenever we visited Maine. His love of family & warmth, caring & sincerity was felt by our family; his compassion as he helped to care for Nana was special. Our deepest sympathy to each of you; they are together, again - watching over each of you, and us. Love - Judy & John, Susan & Sharon and their famiies
“Here's to my stepfather, who raised me since I was seven years old. He may not have created me, but he made me the person I am today. Thanks DAD!! Give Mom a hug for us!
“Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
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BELFAST - Sgt. Maj. James "Jim" Norwood Green, 86, of Prospect Harbor, passed away Feb. 13, 2013, at Harbor Hill, Belfast, after a brief illness. Jim Green was born in Mount Vernon, Ga., an only child of James B. and Myrtle A. Green. He joined the Army in 1942, and was stationed in the...Read More