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Mattie L. Green

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2 Timothy 4:7 - "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith" On Friday, June 24, 2016, Mattie heard the Master say, "servant, thou has been faithful, come to take your rest." A faithful servant, Mattie was born on March 19, 1932 to the parentage of the late Moses and Jesse Fields Lauria in Madison County, Florida. She was the seventh of ten children. Mattie was educated in the Madison County Training School and was a member of the graduating class of 1950. She had further studying at Florida A & M University. Mattie joined the United States Army in 1956 and served a tour of duty on Okinawa, Japan. She enjoyed her travels during her term of service. After leaving the military she returned to Florida and became an employee of the State of Florida where she worked for 33 years at the Department of Labor in the field of Computer Technology. Upon retirement, she relocated to San Antonio, Texas to be near her children and grandchildren. At an early age, Mattie accepted Christ as her personal Savior in the Bethlehem community in Madison County, Florida. Upon leaving Tallahassee, Florida she was a member of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church. Mattie enjoyed travelling especially visiting historical sites. During her time in San Antonio, TX she enjoyed meeting people and attending cultural events. She was united in marriage to the late John T. Green. Precious and loving memories are left with her children: Michele Green Simpson and Kevin Maurice Green, San Antonio, TX. Her grandchildren: Brandon Zachary Butts-Green and Andrew Lewis Green, San Antonio, TX. Her brothers: Jack Lauria, Madison, FL and Robert C. Lauria, Jacksonville, FL; sisters: Ezell Moore and Julia Davis, Madison, FL and Lottie Hadley, Tallahassee, FL; a host of nieces, nephews, family members and friends.

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  1. Kevin, you must be so proud of your mom, growing up in the South during turbulent times, yet reaching heights that many don’t reach even today. I’m so sad to hear of your moms passing but happy for you that you had this beautiful lady as your mom. May God continue to bless you and may your mom look down upon you joyously.

    Vicky McCullom

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  2. RIP Mattie. Michelle and Kevin sorry for your loss. Grandchildren just know she loved you and she is in a better place. I will definitely miss her. God has called another one of his faithful servants home. I love you.

  3. To the Green family my send my condolences. Mrs. Mattie was my godmother and i am sad to her of her departure but she in a better place .i love you and will always miss you Mrs. Mattie

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