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Rodney Jack Green

August 10, 1960 — June 19, 2024


Rodney Jack Green, born on August 10, 1960 in Dallas, TX, to Letha Joyce Shepherd and Jack Charles Green, passed away on June 19, 2024, after a long and courageous battle. He was 63 years old.

 Rodney is survived by his devoted wife, Christine Lowe-Green; his children, Ryan Green and his wife Kelsey of Waxahachie, Carli Middleton and husband Aaron of Maypearl, Reese Green and his partner Drew Dunn of Denver, and Payton Spradling and her husband Tristen of Maypearl; and his treasured grandchildren, Blayke-Lee and Raegan Spradling, Kash and Kooper Middleton, and Kenley and Rivyn Green. He also leaves behind his big sister, Suzanne Green-Baty of Waxahachie.

 Rodney was a man who embraced life with an infectious enthusiasm. He had a love for the beach and water, a place where he always found peace and joy. His passion for Kenny Chesney’s music was unmatched, and his love for a good time was evident to all who knew him.

 Rodney’s love for his family was the cornerstone of his life. He was incredibly proud of his wife, children, and grandchildren, always eager to share their stories and successes. His family was his world. Rodney’s love wasn’t just spoken—it was shown through his actions, his support, and his unwavering presence.

 A man of quick wit and unfiltered sass, Rodney had a knack for bringing humor to any situation. He was never afraid to speak his mind, often with a twinkle in his eye and a mischievous grin. His bold personality and larger-than-life presence made him the life of every party, and he thrived on making others laugh. Rodney had a gift for connecting with people, making everyone feel like a friend. His warm and inviting nature was like the sun, brightening the lives of those around him.

 Rodney joins his parents, Letha and Jack Green, and his precious grandbaby, Waylon Mack Spradling, in Heaven. Though his absence leaves a profound void, his spirit and legacy live on in the hearts of those who loved him.

 Rodney's journey was marked by strength, resilience, and a zest for life. He fought his battle with grace and courage, never losing his sense of humor or his love for his family. His spirit will continue to shine brightly in the countless memories and stories he leaves behind.

 In honoring Rodney’s life, let us remember the joy he brought, the love he shared, and the laughter he inspired. He taught us all to live fully, love deeply, and never miss a chance to enjoy the moment. Here’s to Rodney, a man whose light will never dim in our hearts.

 Your beloved son, Reese Green.

 As everyone knows, Rodney loved the beach, so for the services please wear beach attire!

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