Michael Lee Green Sr.

11 noviembre , 198819 diciembre , 2019

Michael Lee Green Sr., age 31, of Middletown, OH, died Thursday December 19, 2019 at his residence. Michael was born in Dayton, OH on November 11, 1988 to Russell Johnson and Jennifer Green. Michael was employed with Chrome Deposit in Monroe, OH. In addition to Michael's parents, he survived by wife, Danielle; his son, Michael Lee Green Jr. daughter, Karlee Denise Green; son Jacob Lee Green; his uncle Bryan (Lori) Green; his grandfather, Grady Green; step mother Stephanie Johnson; 5 sisters, Monica Chrosniak, Sierra Lott, Brittany Smith, Autumn Johnson, Irelyn Johnson step brother, Jacob Lee Adkins. Visitation will be Monday from 11am to 1pm ,Funeral Services are 1pm Monday January 27, 2020 at Anderson Funeral Home 1357 E. 2nd St Franklin, OH. Burial will be in Woodhill Cemetery.


  • Russell Johnson, Father
  • Bryan Green, Uncle
  • Drew Green, Cousin
  • Jack Green, Cousin
  • Eric Shelton, Friend
  • David Chrosnialc, Brother in law
  • Steven Smith, Brother in law
  • Brandon Dimario, Brother in law


  • Visitation

    lunes, 27 enero , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    lunes, 27 enero , 2020


Michael Lee Green Sr.


Andrew Green

31 enero , 2020

Mike was not only a brother to me, but a best friend. He meant so much to me and so many others. There was nothing better than getting together with him, eating some grub, and most importantly watching the Ohio atate games. He was such a loving and passionate young man. Well bub, MJ will be taken care of and taught the things you wanted him to learn. I love you brother, GO BUCKS!

Amber Adkins

23 enero , 2020

Oh Michael. This is all so crazy. I wish you didn't have to go. It was such a shock finding out. You'd been through a lot and you grew to be a good and loving man. I will always remember the first time i met you. All us kids were outside playing and the ice cream truck came through. The "grown ups" wouldn't give me any money so you bought me an ice cream with your own money (only had maybe 2 bucks, not a lot), at probably 6 years old. For a kid that's a big deal. Thats a generous heart. I've forgotten sooo much stuff over the years but not first meeting you, and your 2 younger sisters. As adults we didn't spend a ton of time together, unfortunately. But when we did cross paths a could see the love you had for your family and your sisters. Never sibling arguing, I'm sure it happened but i never seen it. Only great big hugs, smiles, love and support. I'm so sorry Michael. We all love you! I still can't even believe I'm writing this, rest in peace.