Harold J.-Greene-Obituary

Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene

Falls Church, Virginia

Feb 11, 1959 – Aug 5, 2014


February 11, 1959
August 5, 2014
Falls Church, Virginia


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Happy birthday to heaven, I remember you

Tú luz va a seguir iluminando y dando calor a todos los que te conozcan.

No morirás mientras vivas en el corazón de los que te aman. Mis oraciones contigo siempre

Together...We Will Not Forget...My name is Debbie Elam and I am the Chairman of the Virginia Memorial Quilt Project. Our group is making and presenting a numbered memorial quilt to the immediate family of each fallen hero since the 1983 attack on the Marine Barracks in Lebanon in and the Global War on Terror with ties to the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Hero may have been born, gone to school, lived in Virginia at sometime during their life or even trained for his military service in...

I am so sorry for the passing of MG Harold Greene and wish to express my sympathy to his family. Our family will always be grateful for MG Greene for his exemplary service to our country.

To the Greene Family, Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one, and my sincerest gratitude for his service for our country.
May he rest in Peace. May God comfort you during this difficult time.

We would like to express our deepest condolences and also let the Greene Family know that we recently made a small donation to the Greater New York City Ice Hockey League, a not-for-profit youth hockey organization located in Brooklyn, New York in honor of Harold J. Greene US Army Major General. We also sent some biographical information to the league so that they might learn a little something about this great American and share that with the youth players. We recognize that...

To the family of MG Greene, we too are a family who has sacrificed for our Country. I am sure MG Green has saved many of those who served with him, by his action and his words. Thanks for your sacrifice and know he will never be forgotten. Proud mother of PFC Katie M Soenksen KIA Iraq 2007