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Raymond Craig Green

September 22, 1960 — May 24, 2024

Groves

Raymond Craig Green passed away on May 24, 2024.  Born on September 22, 1960, in Port Arthur, Texas, to Ernest and Opal Green, and was the youngest of six children. Raymond's life embodied the phrase ‘unconditional love,’ a shining example of unwavering devotion and acceptance to those around him. 

 Throughout his life, Raymond placed great emphasis on the value of family and selflessness, always prioritizing the well-being of those he loved and the community around him.  Raymond was a multifaceted pillar of strength, serving as a mentor, father figure to many, devoted family man, while also exemplifying the qualities of a true leader, compassionate listener, and wise teacher, he leaves behind a lasting impact on countless lives. Known as "Daddio/Pops," "Pawpaw/Gramps" and "Uncle Grumpy", he wore these titles like badges of honor, symbolizing his love, wisdom, and playful spirit, which left an unforgettable mark on the lives of those around him. Raymond was an avid Astros and Cowboys fan, and his love for adventure knew no bounds. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping trips, hosting back porch hang outs, and sharing laughs with friends over a game of pool and a cold drink at his favorite local hangouts. His enthusiasm for life was contagious and he leaves behind a legacy of memories and good times.  

 In the hearts of those who loved him, Raymond will be remembered for his kind and generous spirit. His warm smile and infectious laughter could brighten even the darkest of days. Raymond's legacy extends beyond his family, touching the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing him. 

 Raymond was preceded in death by his loving wife of 34 years, Angie Gonzales Green, his daughter Ashley Green and three beloved grandchildren - Parrish, Eleanor, and Lincoln, his brothers James and Deyane, and his sister, Jane. 

 Among those mourning his loss, his surviving family members and friends.  His wife, Janice Pelissier Green of Groves, daughter, Terra Green Meaux and her husband, Michael, of Groves, grandchild, Addison Marie Meaux, brother Steve Green and his wife, Margaret, of Lufkin, sister, Cheryl Green Neel and her husband, Carl, as well as many nieces and nephews and his extended families - The Marcantels and The Gonzaleses. 

Raymond Craig Green will be deeply missed. He will be forever cherished as a devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. His legacy will continue to inspire and warm the hearts of all who knew him. 

 Visitation will be held Friday, May 31,2024 from 4:00 to 5:00 pm at Grace Baptist Church in Groves, followed by a memorial service beginning at 5:00.  Serving refreshments following service.  In lieu of flowers, The Meaux and Green families request donations be made to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

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Friday, May 31, 2024

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