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Carnell Green

Rock Springs, Wyoming

Feb 17, 1926 – Oct 4, 2018


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Vase Funeral Home - Rock Springs Obituary

Carnell Green, 92, of Green River, Wyoming passed away on Thursday, October 4, 2018 at Mission at Castle Rock in Green River, surrounded by his loving family.He was born on February 17, 1926 in Bryan, Texas, the son of Robert A. Green and Emma L. Sanders. Mr. Green attended schools in Bryan,...

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My heartfelt sympathies to the family during this difficult time...May your fondest memories bring you joy and may prayers to the God of all comfort strengthen you.
He promises, "I have heard your prayer. I have seen your tears. I am healing you."
(2 Kings 20:5)

I can echo all the wonderful comments about working with Carnell. So glad that he had a long and fulfilling retirement.

Carnell and I were partners on car 243 in District Two for about a year. I had the utmost respect for him as a police officer and a very good friend . We would have conversations about how much our families meant to us and the future. My respect, sympathy, and thoughts are with his family.

God bless the family of Carnell. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I worked with Carnell out of the old Denver Police District 2. He was a big, strong man with a gentle demeanor. I learned a lot from Carnell and I am thankful for his mentoring.

May the God of all comfort strengthen the family of Carnell Green during this time of deep sorrow. Those who pass on God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. My sincerest condolences. Psalm 116:15

Mr. Green
I never meet you but I wish I had, you sound like an outstanding individual. I was a member of the DPD my self. I joined in 1971, and regret never meeting you. I hope you had a wonderful life
and wish the best for your family.
May you rest in heaven and look after use here on earth.

I had the honor and privilege of working with Carnell in District 2 in the late 70s. He was one tough cop who always looked like a recruiting poster in uniform. Carnell was able to handle any call no matter how difficult and dangerous and he had a very positive impact on my career. He is now patrolling the streets of Heaven as he once patrolled the streets of man.

I am so sorry for your loss.

I worked with Carnell on the Denver Police Department for many years. He was a good friend dedicated police officer and a down right good guy. May the Good Lord welcome him into His loving Arms Juan Maldonado Division Chief retired Denver Police