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Stanley Lee Green
24 Nov 1927 - 01 Feb 2011
© Redinger Funeral Home
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STANLEY LEE GREEN, son of Samuel and Bessie (Miller) Green, was born November 24, 1927, at Spring City MO. He died unexpectedly on February 1, 2011, at Norman Regional Hospital in Norman OK. He was 83 years of age.

He was known to his family and friends as "Bud" and he was raised and educated at Oakwood where he graduated from high school in 1946. He entered the United States Army during the Korean Conflict. He was honorably discharged and returned to Oklahoma. He was united in marriage to Norma Maxine McCollom on January 6, 1953, at the Elm Grove Church. They moved to Norman where they raised their children. Bud worked as a carpenter for many years, and when he retired from that, he went to work at Reynolds Ford in Norman until he and Norma completely retired. They attended the Skyridge Freewill Baptist Church. Bud enjoyed playing his harmonica for family and friends and especially at church.

He is survived by his wife Norma Green of Norman; daughter Marva June Morrison and husband David of Norman; son Kerry Green and wife Jennifer of Fort Walton Beach FL; grandchildren Makenna and Dylan Green, and David "Jr" Morrison; great-granddaughter Makaylin Morrison; two step-greatgrandchildren Alex and Catlin; brother Kenneth Green of Escondido CA; and many other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, twin daughters Marilyn Kaye and Carolyn Faye, two sisters, and one brother.

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