Anthony Jim John (Jim) Green

July 2, 1936December 12, 2012

Green Anthony John “Jim”

With very sad hearts we announce the passing of our cherished husband, father, and grandfather, Anthony John Green “Jim”. Jim is survived by his beloved wife of 54yrs, Eunice, children; Stephen (Shane), Lorraine, Tracy (Carl), and Linda (Al), grandchildren; Sarah (Derek), David (Tara), Kevin (Katelyn), Stephen, Brett, Alyssa (Tyler), Scott, Jennifer, Andrew, Krysta, Dylan, and great-grandchildren; Abigail, Faith & Jaxon. He is also survived by his brother Christopher (Margaret), in-laws, Christine (Paul), June (Ken), Jean, and Roy, godson Mike (Annette), nephew John (Kirsty), and nieces Sharon, Kerry (Clarke), Mandy, Kim (Mike) and too many more to name. Jim will be missed by many, family and friends in England, Ontario and BC, but most especially by his faithful companion “King”. Jim was born in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England on July 2, 1936 and spent 8yrs in the British Royal Navy. Jim and Eunice married in 1958; after starting their family in England they moved everyone to Ontario in 1975. Eventually Jim’s family all settled in Abbotsford, BC, where he passed away peacefully Dec 12, 2012. He passed too soon for us all but, was sent onwards with love, to be reunited with his parents John & Frances, step-mum Nell, and many other family and friends who have gone before. Funeral service will be held at 2:00 pm, Saturday, Dec 22, 2012 at Woodlawn Funeral Home, 2310 Clearbrook Rd., Abbotsford.


  • Funeral Service Saturday, December 22, 2012

Anthony Jim John (Jim) Green

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Tracy Burton

January 8, 2013

My dear daddy, I think you would be so proud of yourself after seeing all the wonderful things that our family and friends have said and written about you. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support and love, it means so much to us all. I miss you so much daddy, a piece of my heart has gone with you and my sadness is overwhelming, but with our family and friends around us, it has made things easier! I Love you daddy xx

Katelin Giesbrecht (Green)

December 23, 2012

Love you Grampy:
Knowing Grampy was an honour
His humour and wit
We loved to poke fun
Even if it made you uncomfortable a bit
His smile beamed bright
He was so full of pride
Uniting the family
With Granny alongside
He valued the family
With unconditional love
Love we share together today
As he looks down and smiles from above.

Miss you so much Grampy. I am so grateful to have always felt a part of this family the past 6 years and will carry on so much of what I have learned from you. Family is top priority always, and never underestimate the love, support and appreciation of them no matter what struggles you are going through. You have helped shape the wonderful man I will be with for the rest of my life, and though I will miss you at our wedding, I am also grateful you were there to witness him proposing to me. We will hold all our memories of you dear to our heart and remember you daily as the one and only 'Grampy.' ? We love you. Rest In Peace.

Anne and Ian Sheppard

December 22, 2012

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort. Our condolences to you all.
Anne,Ian and family

Phil Dollois

December 22, 2012

My thoughts are with you.

December 22, 2012

My heart goes out to you Eunice and your family. You will miss Jim very very much, he always reminded me of Santa Claus. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy.

Nan Saunders, Collingwood, Ontario

The Woodrow Family

December 18, 2012

The world has lost a great husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle.

We all knew his sense of humour.

I'll always remember when we were at family get togethers, he would always and willingly play along when we decided to take the mickey out of some unsuspecting and gullible Auntie. He could keep at straight face even when the rest of us "men" were bursting at the seems. Great fun. Great Gentleman.

We will all miss you, very much.

December 18, 2012

We have such wonderful memories of you back in the 50's when you an Ken were in the Navy. We as sisters double dated and we ended up marrying you both.You had 54 wonderful years with Eunice and four great kids.
Our last holiday together was filled with laughter and great happy - hours Although we knew then you were not well. but you never let that stop you from doing things and going places.. We had a great laugh pushing you around Niagara Falls in a wheel chair we all saw the funny side of that as only you would. Of course it would be the last time we would see you, and our life will be empty without you You will be loved and missed for ever..
Eunice we love you and will be with you in spirit. x0x0x0
Your sister June and Brother-ln-law Ken

Paul & Janet Griffen

December 18, 2012

Our sincere condolences to you all especially eunice on you loss,we had the pleasure to have met you both twice and to have spent time over Xmas with you both..a great man,who loved life,friends and family and who was one of the people that made our Xmas.god bless and protect you ..till we meet again.

John, Kirsty & Joseph Green

December 17, 2012

Uncle Tony was warm, funny and kind. He always saw the funny side of life.
In time the emptiness we all feel will be filled with the wonderful memories we have of him. Our thoughts are with all our family in UK and Canada. We will miss our phone calls from "Santa at the north pole" as he used to say to us.

Bryan Johnson

December 17, 2012

Jim was the best family friend we could have hoped to have.
We are honored to have known him and to have his fun and humor touch our lives.
His passing will bring great sadness to everyone who knew him.
We are sure that Peter will be waiting for him, glass in hand, to share a wee dram.
Our thoughts and profound sympathies are with his family at this difficult time.
Mary, Judith, Alison, Simon and Bryan