Eulogistic ServiceIn Loving Remembrance of Mr. Willie Lee Green
Visitation:Thursday, October 29, 20205-6:00 P.M.Washington's Funeral Home405 Elm Street WestHampton, South Carolina 29924 As a result of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and in conjunction with orders from the Governor for the State of South Carolina, Washington’s Funeral Home endeavors to promote social distancing, as well as limit the number of persons during each view. We ask that you would, after viewing, please exit. This will allow others the opportunity to view as well. Please, no gathering outside afterwards. Facial masks will be required for entrance into the funeral home and is requested to be worn during the graveside service. The family thanks you in advance for your prayers and considerations during this difficult time. Again, thank you.
Friday, October 30, 2020
11:00 A.M. until 12 Noon
Friday, October 30, 2020
Mt. Zion Church Cemetery
832 Mt. Zion Road
Blackville, South Carolina 29817
Reverend C. Allen Moses, Pastor
Reverend Anthony Corley, Eulogist
A Reflection of His Life
On Saturday morning, October 24, 2020, our Heavenly Father called our beloved Willie Lee Green from earth labor to reward. He surrendered to the call at Columbia VA Healthcare System of Columbia, South Carolina. Born October 1, 1949, he was the only son of the late Fannie Green Johnson and Otis Harley. At an early age, Willie Lee joined Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church of Blackville, South Carolina. He was a faithful member. Upon graduation from Denmark-Olar High School, Denmark, South Carolina, he furthered his education at a post-secondary institution. In 1971, Willie Lee Green enlisted in the United States Armed Service. He completed basic training of the Marine Corps at Parris Island, South Carolina. While in service, he received several commendations: Navy Unit Commendation, National Defense Service Medal and the Vietnam Service Medals with two bronze stars. After three years, he was honorably discharged. He resided in Columbia, South Carolina at Mary Residential Care where his caregiver were Angie Schumpert and Darryl Jenkins. Willie Lee is survived by his brother and sister, Ernie J. Washington, Sr. of Hampton, SC and Kathy Harley of New York; his aunt, Leola Green of Denmark South Carolina; a devoted cousin, Ella Elmore of Blackville, South Carolina; Other loving relatives and friends.
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