Harriet Rose Green

February 17, 1927April 26, 2021

Preceded in death by Loving Husband, George Sr.; Parents, Martin and Margaret Lilly; 2 Brothers, Martin and Tom Lilly; Sister, Kathryn Kelly. Survived by Sons, George Jr., Robert (Amy), Edward; Granddaughter, Sarah; Sister, Eleanor (Bob) Weiler; Neices; Nephews; other Relatives and Friends. All Services Monday, May 3 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Springfield. Visitation starting at 9am followed by the Funeral Mass at 10am. Interment, Springfield Cemetery. The family would like to thank Papillion Manor for their care and friendship over the past 5 years. Memorials to St. Joseph Catholic Church or Springfield Cemetery Association.


  • Mike Kelly
  • Bob Weiler
  • Donnie Keyes
  • Don Skinner
  • Jim Nodskov
  • Scott Dobbs
  • Mark Dougherty
  • Teri Nosal, Honorary
  • Janet Ott, Honorary
  • Norma Martig, Honorary
  • Dave Keifer, Honorary
  • Danny Neilsen, Honorary

  • St. Joseph Catholic Church
  • Springfield Cemetery Association



  • Visitation

    Monday, May 3, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Monday, May 3, 2021


  • Burial


Harriet Rose Green

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Lois Linke

May 3, 2021

George, Sarah, Bob, and Amy,
I’m so sorry to learn of your mother’s/grandma’s passing. Regardless of the age or condition, such a loss leaves a void that can’t be explained, only felt. May you feel God’s comforting arms around you at this sad time, and may you find peace knowing your mom/grandma is with the Lord.

Marcy Wiese

April 29, 2021

My sympathy to the entire family of Harriet at this time. She was a treat to talk to and just always had a smile on her face. She was a woman of faith and so very sweet. I am glad I got to know her while I was working at Papillion Manor and was sorry to hear that she passed away. Praying for all of you. Rest in Peace Harriet.

Shayla Torres

April 26, 2021

I worked with Harriet as a CNA and all I can say is she made my days, even the long ones I had she had her ways of making me smile and laugh. One time she kissed my cheek (of course on top of my mask) and I’ll always remember that day she was loved by so many at the manor and will be missed dearly.