Douglas George Green

February 7, 1990November 2, 2020

Douglas George Green, age 30, of Dayton, Ohio (formerly of Greenville, Ohio) passed unexpectedly on Nov 2, 2020. Doug was born February 7, 1990 at Clark Air Base Republic of the Philippines. He traveled extensively throughout his childhood as a military brat to locations such as Alabama, Texas, Guam, Germany, Illinois, Alaska, and Hawaii. He graduated from Radford High School in Honolulu, Hawaii in June 2008. He went on to attend the University of Alaska, Fairbanks and Southwest Illinois College working towards a degree in Psychology. Doug is survived by his loving parents, CMSgt (Ret) Danny and Fawn Green of Greenville, Ohio; his sister Kaytlyn Green of Kailua, Hawaii; grandparents George and Sandra Green of Union City, Indiana; Grandmother Carol Emerson of Tucson, Arizona and many Aunts, Uncles and Cousins.

Doug appreciated comedy and always had a smile on his face. He had an infectious laugh touching the lives of those around him. Doug had an artistic gift that included intricate hand drawings and poetry. He loved cats, music, and comedy movies. He was an exceptional snowboarder spending many days with friends performing acrobatic tricks on the slopes. Doug lived his life to the fullest; just the way he wanted.

There are no services for Doug scheduled at this time. Arrangements entrusted to Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville, Ohio. Online sympathies



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Christine Zunino

November 23, 2020

Dan, Fawn and Kaytlyn,
My thoughts and prayers go out to all three of you in this difficult time. I can’t imagine what it’s been like to lose Doug, but I just know he is in a really good place now. I pray for peace and healing for all three of you.
Please except my hug from Arizona, love you all, (Aunt) Chris

Bonnie Miller

November 21, 2020

Dear Dan, Fawn, Kaytlyn, and The Green Family,
I send my heartfelt sympathy to you. Doug is praying for all of us from a short distance. I pray, and ask The Great Physician to bring a Heavenly Pillow for comfort , surrounding your wounded hearts. May God’s Grace be with Doug and bring a Forever Peace for his soul.
“In my Father’s House there are many mansions, I go and prepare a place for you.
Lovingly, your friend
Bonnie Miller

April Redmond

November 19, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with my sister and brother-in-law Fawn and Danny. I am so so sorry for your loss. You are both in my prayers. Doug’s with the angels now he’s free! Love April Redmond.

Sarah Augustine

November 15, 2020

I will miss talking about music and art together. It was always so much fun getting to visit you guys as you traveled around the world. Doug always had a million movie quotes on hand, was constantly joking around, and I always looked up to him and Kaytlyn. I wish I could be there with you but I am sending all my love.

Jesse & Tammy Green

November 15, 2020

We were shocked to hear about Doug's death. We can't imagine the depth of your loss. It provides a timely reminder that regardless of age, we never know if we will wake to see tomorrow. We will always remember how excited he was as a child to recite the names of all his dinosaurs. We are always here for you. With sincere sympathy--Jesse & Tammy

Ashley Confer

November 15, 2020

Our dear Doug......

My first memory of you is when I first met you when you were a few months old. I was so pleased and happy to meet you. I loved holding you in my arms and rocking you to sleep. I'd hoped to attach a picture of a sweet moment we shared of us laying in the grass with you on my chest fast asleep. You were such a wonder! I enjoyed our family trip to Disneyland and all of the fun and joy we all shared riding rides, eating goodies and just all of us being able to be together. The trips to Grandma's house and hiking and exploring the surrounding desert, swimming and sleep overs. All wonderful memories.

We would have loved to have shared many more times and memories with you, but your family's work made you all "world travelers". I'm so glad you had the opportunity to see the world and experience so many different cultures with them, an opportunity not many have the privledge of experiencing.

Your parents love, loyalty and dediction are Gold! Their (and all of our) love and compassion for you is eternal Doug. As you are now at peace in the arms of heaven, you will be missed.

Love you sweetheart!

Love, Aunt Ashley

Krisa York

November 15, 2020

Fawn, Dan, and Kaytlyn,
May you find peace and comfort in your memories of time spent with Doug. I am so glad we got to spend that week with you all in 2009. I remember how into video games Doug was then...and quite masterful of them. He had such a quiet and reflective soul. My heartfelt love goes out to you all. Rest in Peace Doug.

Carol Emerson

November 14, 2020

So many good memories of my Doug-Bug...trip to 6 Flags in Texas, Disneyland, camping with Papa Jerry & his cousins at Twin Lakes, numerous visits. One I remember particularly was a hike here in the AZ desert with his mom, sister and cousin Alex and the dogs. We hiked to a cave which he and Alex wanted to explore. They came out all excited about the snake they'd seen in there and wanted the rest of us to "come see". We declined and headed back down the hill. He was indeed an artist -- I remember his Pokemon drawings, all so perfect. He loved a good debate. I talk to my Angel Doug-Bug every day......Love & Hugs, Gma Carol

Alex Macias

November 11, 2020

To me you’ll always be my cousin “Dougie.” I’ll always treasure the times you and the family visited Grandma’s house and we would spend so many hours laughing, running around her yard with the cats and dogs, swimming in the pool and playing video games together as kids. I love to tell people the story about when we were exploring the inside of the cave by Grandma’s house and came face to face with a rattlesnake ready to strike, and then proceeded to run out of the cave screaming like little girls. So thank you for that story.
I’m sorry that we weren’t closer.
And I’m so sorry that your life ended too soon. I wish life could have stayed as simple as it was when we were children.
Rest In Peace, cousin.

Nancy Bolin

November 11, 2020

Fawn and Danny, I am so very sorry for your loss. The loss of one of our children is unfathomable. Please know I keep you in my thoughts and prayers.


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