|He loved the House of God; his dearest wish to be
A minister within her walls, in service full and free.
Beautifully he lived; we who well loved him know
Blessing with kindly hands our dead,
Softening death’s cruel blow.
Beautifully he died—the temple floors he trod,
To pass to his reward, within the altar of his God.
The Reverend Charles H. Green, age 80, of Boyce, Louisiana, died on March 5, 1976. He was born in Grant Parish September 28, 1895, the son of the late Millie and Charles Green. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary Magadalene Green, and many other relatives.
Rev. Green served for thirty-six years as an active Lay Pastor. He retired in 1968. He served the Union-Macedonia Charge in Boyce, Louisiana the last four years of his life.
|Source: Journal Louisiana Conference 1976, p.134 By Robert S. Taylor|