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The Following tribute was written by the family of Mr. Green.
Warren Ross Green, 47, from Perry, Oklahoma went to be with Jesus and his Momma in Heaven in the early evening of Sunday, July 04, 2021.This day became his day of freedom from the trials on Earth.
Warren was born in April of 1974. He was a gift of the heart for our family. He was adopted when he was three and a half months old into our lives.
Warren grew up with a great passion for sports; especially football. He was a dedicated sports fan to two teams: OU and OSU. Warren enjoyed listening to music. He also enjoyed writing notes and letters or giving cards to those he loved. Warren was a prayer warrior. He loved the Lord as his Savior. He was a member of Perry First Baptist Church.
Warren graduated from Perry High School in 1993. He was an enthusiastic participant in Special Olympics throughout is growing up years.
He is survived by his father, Ted Green; brother David Green of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; sister Becky L. Green Dyer (David) of Blairsville, Georgia; three nephews Joshua Dyer, Christopher Dyer, Landin Green; Two nieces Abigail Green, and Whitney Dyer.
Warren was preceded in death by his mother Norma L Buller Green.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Special Olympics at 6835 S. Canton Ave. Tulsa Oklahoma 74136. 800-722-9004. www.500k.org.
Graveside services will be at Morris Heights Cemetery in Orlando, OK with Pastor Kim Hays of Perry First Baptist Church officiating. The family will greet friends on Wednesday evening from 5-7 at the funeral home.
Warren, we will miss you. We hold you in our hearts and memories.
“The sun will no more be your light by day, or will the brightness of the moon shine on you, for the Lord will be (is) your everlasting light and your God will be (is your glory.” Isaiah 60:19