Nathaniel Green

02/18/1961 - 04/27/2022

Obituary For Nathaniel Green

The funeral services for the late Mr. Nathaniel Green of 125 St. Paul Street, Apt. 717, Rochester, New York, who departed this life on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York, will be held on Monday, May 9, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. from the Zion Hope Baptist Church in Ashburn, Georgia with the Reverend Lester Green, officiating. Burial will follow in the Westview Memorial Cemetery in Ashburn, Georgia. Services may be viewed Facebook Live from the "Shipps Funeral Home" Facebook page or by clicking the Video Stream link on this site's Home Page.

Mr. Nathaniel Green was born on February 18, 1961 in Ashburn, Georgia to the late Mr. T. J. Green and the late Mrs. Ola Mae Bell.

Nathaniel was educated in the Turner County Public School System.

Nathaniel relocated from Ashburn, Georgia to Rochester, New York. While in New York, he worked operating machinery in the construction field.

Our Loved One gave up this busy walk of life on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York. His parents and a sister, Gilberteen Green, have all preceded him in death.

Nathaniel leaves to cherish his memories his children, Shedrick (Vanell) Green, Nathaniel Green, Jr., Sanzell Wright; his sisters, Juanita Bell Henrietta Bell, Deborah (George) Ford, Dot Green; his brothers, Henry Bell, Jr., Rev. Lester (Mary Lee) Green, Antonio (Cynthia) Griffin, T. W. (Mamie) Green, Jamie Lee Green; aunts, Jennie Merriweather, Inez Green, Willie Belle McCuthins; an uncle, James (Dot) Johnson; and a host of other relatives and sorrowing friends.

Guest Book

My best memory of my father is the story of why he's got a scar on his lip. I was 8 the first time I saw it, and when I asked about it he never told me. So one day I decided to ask my grandma, and she replied simply being hardheaded. So one day my dad was joking with auntie Debbie, and auntie said that's why Mickey got your lip. I never saw my father speechless until then. Needless to say auntie didn't have to explain what that meant.

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Love u daddy and I miss you so much your baby girl always Precious

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