Christine Green
Funeral Date: 11/19/2019

Christine Maroney Green age 94, was born Sunday, January 18th, 1925 in the small and prosperous Bradley County farming community of Jersey, Arkansas. She departed this life peacefully on Saturday, November 16th, 2019. Ms. Christine, whose birth name was Mary Christine Maroney, grew up in the Banks, community during the depths of the Great Depression. After graduating from the local high school, she attended Draughn’s Business College in Little Rock during which time she met her husband of 64 years, Edgar Green. A short time after graduation she was hired by the newly created United States Naval Ammunition Depot based in Camden, Arkansas, where she would remain employed as a civil servant for nearly twenty years. Upon the closure of her department at Camden, her skills found her employment closer to home in the business office of Potlatch Corporation, where she would remain employed for an additional two decades. Ms. Christine was a member of what Tom Brokow has termed the “Greatest Generation”. This generation of Americans was forged by the hardships of the Great Depression and a world at war. This was the generation that presided over decades of expansion and prosperity. A generation that chose a life centered on church and family, and adhered to the “Golden Rule”. One which was generous, saved their money, and usually never spent more than they could afford. A generation in its twilight, and the likes of which will never be seen again. Ms. Green was a long-time active member of the Banks Presbyterian Church, the Trinity United Methodist Church of Warren, and the Christian Fellowship Church, also in Warren. She professed salvation many years ago at a J. Harold Smith Revival, and always looked forward to one day being with her Savior, Jesus Christ. She was preceded in death by her parents, William Henry and Ruby Belle Maroney of the Lanark Community, by her devoted husband Edgar Gardner Green of Warren, two brother Fredrick Maroney, who died in infancy, and her beloved younger brother and childhood companion, James Henry (Junior) Maroney, of the Lanark Community. Survivors include one sister Martha Louise Colvin, Silsbee, Texas, one son, Gary Green and wife Sharon, Warren, one grandson, Jason Green and wife Jessica also of Warren, three great-grandchildren Benjamin, Judson and Elianna Green, plus a host of nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services were 10:00AM Tuesday, November 19th at Frazer’s Chapel with Rev. Wayman Mann and Rev. Russell Rhoden officiating. Rev. Russell Rhoden and Marlin Raines were the soloist. Burial was in McFarland Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were William “Butch” Belin, Donnie Rice, Sheriff Herschel Tillman, Wendol Swinney, Rev. Russell Rhoden and Jason Green. Honorary pallbearers were Billy J. Watson, Ronnie Gordan, Gene Colvin, Samuel Colvin and Henry Maroney.



Name: Danny and Brenda Adair
Message: Prayers for your family

Name: Janie and Lyn Grice
Message: Prayers for the family.

Name: Sandra Hargis York
Message: Oh, what a legacy of Ms. Christine, and a wondrous Homecoming. Prayers for you, Gary, and your family.

Name: Jacqualin Johnson

Name: Delton Crowder
Message: Gary and family just heard about your lost. It is something we all have to face but never want to accept. Her soul is in heaven what a wonderful place to be. You and family will gown her one day. Her spirit is still with you. Love you and your wonderful family. Be praying for you

Name: Mae Patterson
Message: Gary and family, I am so sorry for your loss!

Name: Darrell Jr. and Dana Harvey
Message: Thinking of you in your time of sorrow. Take comfort that Mrs. Christine is in Heaven with Mr. Edgar now.

Name: Chaplain Demetrice Swift
Message: On behalf of Tyson Foods Pine Bluff, we send our condolences to the family. What a wonderful person and legacy she leaves for all to follow. God bless you.

Name: Victor Mac & Lola Maroney
Message: If we could live as full a life as Mrs. Green, what a glorious world we would all know. Love to the family

Name: mary jo Lee Dersch
Message: SO sorry for you loss Gary, I remember your Mother as such a nice lady to everyone. I grew up in Banks, was a friend of Patsy Simmons and went to school with Martha Louise. Prayers for all.

Name: Mike & Cindy Gaulden
Message: Sorry for your loss

Name: Gary and Rhonda Simmons
Message: Gary and family, So sorry about Ms. Christine. May God comfort you all during the days ahead. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Name: Jim & Ginger Anders
Message: Gary, we were so sorry to hear about your mother. You, Sharon, Jason, and family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Name: Tammy Hensley

Name: Sherry Rand
Message: I am so sorry for your loss. Love and prayers for all of you.