Obituaries

Gary Douglas Green

June 29, 1945 - February 22, 2018

GARY DOUGLAS GREEN

Age 72, of Varysburg, NY passed away on February 22, 2018 at the United Memorial Medical Center in Batavia.

He was born June 29, 1945 in Batavia, NY son of the late Norman Dewey and Vivian Jeanette Dembrowski Green. Doug was employed for many years at Buffalo Crushed Stone Co. in Clarence. He had a number of different positions with the company prior to his retirement in 2012. Doug enjoyed woodworking, being outside tinkering and working around the house.

Surviving are his wife of fifty years, Nancy Barvian Green; his children, Tammy (Joe) Praller of Varysburg, Jeffrey (Jennifer) Green of Varysburg; his grandchildren, Travis Praller, Lea Praller, Kyle Green and Collin Green; brothers, Kerry (Judy) Green of Bethany, Mark Green of Varysburg; sisters-in-law, Sandy Green of Corfu, Ginny Green of Lockport; several nieces and nephews. Doug was the brother of the late Duane Green and Danny Green.

Friends may call Sunday, February 25 from 1 – 5 PM at Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw. Services will be private.

Important Dates

February 25, 2018 : Calling Hours for Gary Douglas Green - 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

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Feb 28.18 from Colleen & Tommy Ference:
Heartfelt sympathy to the Green family. Doug was a helpful and caring man. He was a good friend, neighbor and family for 37 years since we knew him. So many great and fun memories we shared. We certainly will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all!

Love, ❤️ Colleen & Tommy

Feb 25.18 from Bryan Hill:
I am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. My condolences.

Although your work on earth is done
Your life in heaven has just begun.
Your struggles here were hard and long
But they're over now, you're finally home.

Feb 24.18 from Joseph Clark:
My prayers for Nancy and the family at this sad time

Feb 23.18 from dave and dixie:
sorry to see him pass but at least his pain is over. our condolence to all the family

Feb 23.18 from Charlene Tiede:
I used to live on the Conway Road and Doug along with his brothers, and I along with my siblings, all rode the same bus to ACS. My younger brother and I used to either walk or ride our bikes up to Greens to "hang out" with the guys. I haven't seen Doug in many, many years, but a few days ago he crossed my mind and I wondered how he was. So, I was surprised to see his obituary today. Please accept my condolences. Charlene Tiede