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Charles Maxwell (Mack) Greene Jr.

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Charles Maxwell (Mack) Greene Jr. Obituary

Memphis, TN

Charles Maxwell (Mack) Greene, Jr., 63, was called home on January 29, 2017 following a brief illness. Visitation will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, February 3rd in the chapel of Hope Presbyterian Church, with memorial services immediately following at 3:30 p.m.

Mack, the beloved husband of Diane Lovelady Greene, leaves children Matt Johnson (Jenni), Erin Greene Nunn (Brian), Brad Johnson (Kristen), grandchildren Baylor Johnson, Emerson Nunn, Molly Nunn, Sadie Jane Johnson, Collins Johnson, Graham Johnson and a 7th grandchild, due in July. He also leaves his parents Charles Maxwell Greene, Sr. and Dorothy Greene, siblings Kathy Weyandt (Brad), Marsha Klimetz (David), Glenn Greene, Elizabeth Moore (Tim), Kathryn Wright (Danny), JD Glasscock (Delene); brother-in-law Max Lovelady and family, nieces Rachel Chapman and family, Autumn Kieley and family, Jennifer Prather and family, nieces and nephews, Chase Ransburgh, Ryan Cooksey and family, Daniel Jackson, Samantha and Christopher Cooley, Bethany and Daniel Wright and Sarah, John, Andrew and Dwayne Glasscock.

He was preceded in death by Patricia Ingram Greene (mother) and Brandon O'Brien Greene (nephew), Gus Glasscock (Colleen).

Mack graduated from Columbia Military Academy and attended the University of Memphis. As a pioneer of the packaging industry, he founded Orion Packaging, Inc. and was most recently employed in sales for Associated Packaging. He served as a member of both Hope Presbyterian Church in Tennessee and Perdido Bay United Methodist Church in Florida. His passions were numerous and included music, golf, boating, horses, motorcycles and politics.

His love for his family, church and friends will live on through his memory, especially for his grandchildren who will always remember their ""Papa G"" lovingly playing the guitar for them.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to at
Published in The Commercial Appeal on Feb. 1, 2017
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