Dora Green

  • "Mom, I just finished canning green beans. I remember when..."
    - sharon stewart
  • "I will always remeber, and I wil never forget my nana. you..."
    - waldemar maddux
  • "Mom, I love the picture we posted in the paper you look so..."
    - Janice Weaver
  • "Trixi, I'm so glad we were able to spend christmas eve..."
    - Dennis Pieren
  • "Trixie, To me you will never be gone. you will live in my..."
    - Dolores Pieren
Service Information
Evergreen Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel
1101 NE 112th Avenue
Vancouver, WA

October 5, 1921 ~ May 13, 2011

Dora Triceline Green (or "Trixie" to her many friends), passed away on May 13, 2011, at the Ray Hickey Hospice House in Vancouver, WA. She was born in Warren, AK, where she lived until she met her future husband, Cecil Green, who was in the Army.
After leaving the Army, Cecil went to work for a pipeline company. His work took them to every state west of the Mississippi, also Alabama, Tennesee, and Kentucky. They also lived in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and Hope, British Columbia. After settling down in Adna, WA, Trixie went to work as a cook at Walts Restaurant and became the kitchen manager.
Trixie was a member of the Camas Moose and Eagles Lodges.
She is survived by four daughters: Arnell Booth and husband Al, Janice Weaver, Sharon Stewart and husband Lee, all of Vancouver, WA, and Cecelia Ann Carver and husband Larry of Morton, WA; step-son, Lyal Green and wife Liz of Astoria, OR; step-daughter, Lyla Acklund of Havre, MT; sister, Rose Franklin of Hobbs, NM; brother, Jim Bennette of Spring Valley, CA; 14 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild, all of whom called her "Nana".
Memorial services will be on Sat., May 21 at Evergreen Memorial Gardens at 12:30 p.m.
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Published in The Columbian on May 19, 2011
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