Fred Green
GREEN, Fred Age 64, passed away peacefully after a long battle with cancer, surrounded by those he loved. Fred leaves us to join his father Dale, his first wife and love Diana, and brother Terry. He is survived by his loving and supportive wife Lisa, mother Ryoko, son Jason (Dana), daughter Brooke (Chris) Brown; step-sons David (Kristen) Reed and Michael (Jenna) Reed; grandchildren Trenton, Emily, Andrew, Zachary, Sydney, Devin and Jordynn; brother Bill (Connie) Green, sister Linda (Ray) Kinney; nieces and nephews Dustin, Sean, Ranae, Jake, Michael (Canaday), Randy, Grant, Kelsey, Pierce, Kristal and Chase; father-in-law and mother-in-law Ed and Sue Brennan, sisters-in-law Mary (Jeff) Hughes, Lori Putman; brothers-in-law Terry (Susan) Brennan and Ronnie Thomas; and Tink, man's best friend and protector; and finally many friends. Fred was an independent grocer and owner of the Camden IGA in Camden, Ohio. He was a member of the American Legion Post 165 and Miamisburg Moose Lodge 1645. He was active in both the Miamisburg and Camden communities. He was an avid golfer who enjoyed a well played round of golf with friends and family. He was also an active bowler in an area league. A famous quote reads, " I never met a man I did not like." There was never a man who did not like Fred. His smile, laughter, love, supportive words and actions will be sorely missed by those whose lives he touched. His legacy is the love of his family, friends, and a life fulfilled. A memorial service followed by a celebration of life will be held March 12, 2017 from 3:00PM to 7:00PM at the Miamisburg Moose Lodge located at 2110 East Central Avenue, Miamisburg, Ohio 45342. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to Hospice of Dayton.
Published by Dayton Daily News from Mar. 9 to Mar. 12, 2017.
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Memorial service
3:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.
Miamisburg Moose Lodge
2110 East Central Avenue, Miamisburg, OH
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I was saddened to hear of Fred's passing. It was a pleasure to work with him in the food industry as competing sales reps and calling on him at the Camden store in the "old days". He will be greatly missed. My heart goes out to the family during this most difficult time.
Wayne B Fronczak
Dayton Food Trade Association
March 20, 2017
I loved Fred. He was one of the kindest men I've ever known. He loved people. ALL people. He was awesome. We love you Fred and miss you greatly.
Paula Richardson
March 11, 2017
You could never meet a nicer man. Fred was a sweet heart with everyone.
Rick Narramore
March 11, 2017
marie eakle
March 10, 2017
Lisa, I'm so sorry. Freddy was the most loving and kind man. His 's smile lite up the room. He will be so missed. Loved to watch our men bowling what fun we had. So sorry for his children. WOW what a loss. Love to you all. Call if you need anything. We are in FL and could not be there . Will be home in May call if you need anything
Marie and rick
March 11, 2017
We were so sorry to hear of Fred's passing . He will be sorely missed. Sending our thoughts and prayers to Lisa and her family .
Robert and Paula Heindl
Robert Heindl
March 10, 2017
He was a great man and is very much missed in Camden.
by everyone. prayers to his family

puckettand hunt family
March 10, 2017
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Green Family. R.I.P Fred Green.
The Wilbur Family
March 10, 2017
Rest in the Peace you deserve Fred. Your MHS class of 1970 will sorely miss you at our class reunions. Your smile always lit up the room and our hearts! May God bless you Lisa and help you to get through your loss. Becky Leis Bruno
Becky Leis Bruno
March 9, 2017
Scott&Carla Elliott
March 9, 2017
This man gave me my first tax paying job when I was in high school. I loved it there he was an awesome person to work for actually cared for his employees and actually talked to them. Not only that but this man gave me a second chance without even thinking about it. I was not smart and just up and quit not thinking. I went back thinking it was a long shot but gave me my job back. Camden sure will miss you Mr green. Fly high with those wonderful angels your in a much more peaceful place. R.I.P
Sebastian Willis
March 9, 2017
From the time Fred was diagnosed with his terminating cancer i often thought about what words I would put together that would represent or even compare to the man he was. There are special people who come to our lives that impact us in ways we never could imagine. Fred was genuinely a soul that would always lend a helping loving hand for his friends and family. He was such a strong person for helping raise all of us children and was always happy to see us. I cant remember a time when i wasn't greeted with his big Hello and smiling face, it was contagious..he would always make me smile. I loved him like my very own father, knowing that he is in peace now just walking along the side of all of us, protecting us and looking over his grandchildren brings peace to my heart. This I know he would not want us to ache over for he did live a beautiful life. His wonderful and caring wife, children and grandchildren may you always remember the light he was in our lives.

Jena Reed
March 9, 2017
The world was a BETTER place, because Freddie was in it . . . he will be missed!!!
Don & Leslie Baker
March 9, 2017
A man who was more than a boss, He was like a father to me. He always knew when something was wrong an would offer advice to me. A man that made sure his employee's were taking care of as well as their families. He put his heart in soul in the Camden Iga an the Community. He will be missed by so many people. Prayers to you Brooke an Jason an your families. He is now home where he is worry free an with your mom again. I will miss him an he will forever hold a place in my heart. Rip Mr. Freddie
Thank you an Love you
Missie Stephenson-White
March 9, 2017
Fred was a great man. He made my first job an enjoyable place to work. My thoughts and prayers are with the family as they have sure lost a great man!
Kristin Finamore
March 9, 2017
So true the statement of- - Fred never met a Man/Women he did not like. I grew up with Fred, he was a classmate of my Brother John, I was one with his brother Bill, Was also friends with his late brother Terry and friends with his sister Linda. So his passing has touched not only myself but so many who were friends with the Green family. My heart goes to them. Fred had kindness for people, pets and life. He will be missed.
Ron McKiddy
March 9, 2017
Our thoughts and prays are with all the family and other friends as well as his dog and Lisa know Joe and I are sadden along with you as we lost another angel
Joe & Mary Myers
March 9, 2017
To Lisa and family, my deep sympathy and happy remembrances of Fred at the store. We mourn his passing here in Camden. And will remember him with kindness and all the kids he taught how to run a cash register and got their start in life at the Camden IGA. Laura Schaeffer
March 9, 2017
my thoughts and prayers are with the family at this most difficult time

Teresa and Michael Konz
March 9, 2017
We are so sorry to hear about Fred. What a wonderful person. His smile always would always light up a room. Fred live just up the street from us at the corner of Evans and Fairway, we lived on the corner of Wise and Evans. Fred was always down at our house and all of our friends would gather on Friday nights to watch late nights, eat and raise heck outside in the street. He will be greatly missed. Becki(Smith)Sauer, Barb Smith & Sue (Smith) Reagan. Rest in peace and dance on the streets of glory. May God bless the family.
Becki (Smith) Sauer
March 9, 2017
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