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Karen Sue Baxter Green - George County Times: Obituaries

Karen Sue Baxter Green

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Posted: Tuesday, August 7, 2018 9:00 pm

    Funeral services were held for Karen Sue Baxter Green, 76, of Central on Sunday, August 5, 2018, at 3 p.m. at Shady Grove Baptist Church.

  Interment followed in Shady Grove Cemetery with Bro. Bruce McKenzie and Bro. Ronnie Maxie officiating the services.

   The former part owner and operator of Green's Chevron with her husband in the Central community for many years and an active member of Shady Grove Baptist Church where she served on the church hostess committee for many years, she died August 1 suddenly on a wonderful, exciting and much wanted sightseeing trip to North Dakota. She would open her home to all family and friends to ensure unity. It was important to her that family values were celebrated because of her Christian beliefs. One of her favorite things was to cook Sunday lunch for all of her family. She enjoyed serving both the community and church with generous donations for those in their time of need. She experienced so many new things in the last few days and had a wonderful time. She made wonderful memories with all of her family in the last few weeks of her life.  

  She is survived by her daughter Robbin (Perry) Garner; son Eldred Jr. (Tonya) Green; grandchildren Ramsey (Danny) Byrd, Dustin (Alison) Green, Ryan Fallon, Tristan (Aaron) Diaz and Corey Green; great-grandchildren Jeffrey Garner, Ally Byrd, Case Green, Abby Byrd and Colton Green; and numerous other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

   She was preceded in death by her husband Eldred Green Sr.; parents Alfred and Myrtle Baxter and brother John William "Billy" Baxter.

   Pallbearers included her grandsons and special nephew Dustin Green, Ryan Fallon, Corey Green, Danny Byrd, Aaron Diaz and Dennis Baxter. Honorary pallbearers were Jeffrey Garner, Case Green and Colton Green.

   Moments Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

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