David Leroy Green


David Leroy Green, 70 years of age passed away on November 22, 2021, in Dayton, Ohio. David was born on August 8, 1951, in the city of Dayton, Ohio to Leroy and Annie Lois (Boddie) Green.

David Green grew up in Dayton, Ohio and graduated from Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. He studied at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

David worked for General Motors in Flint, Michigan and later became self-employed. He left Flint in 1984 relocating in Los Angles, California and lived there for 20 years. He later moved to LaGrange, Georgia and after a brief time moved back to his hometown of Dayton, Ohio.

David enjoyed and lived life to the fullest. He loved his family, those near and far. He had a special love for his daughter Kendra (Asa), and he loved to laugh and have fun. He also loved fast and fancy cars. He loved to read and followed world affairs.

He leaves lifelong memories to: Loving daughter, Kendra Lynette Green Tucker (Shawn); Mother, Annie Lois Beason; 1 Sister, Gail Cook; 3 Brothers, Steven Walter Green, Kellery Beason, Keith Beason; Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, and a host of Friends; Shirley Green and Special Friend Kenny Shaw.

David was preceded in death by his father, Leroy Green.

By the family of David Leroy Green

Condolence Messages

  1. Words can’t explain what David mean’t to my family. Mrs B’s caregiver (my mother in LaGrange Ga). So, he was more than a brother in-law to me. He was a blessing. Funny oh yes the stuff that would come out his mouth!!! He loved Mrs B they road to Alabama at a drop of a dime taking her to the Casino real both of them. He loved her cooking and she loved David. We could never repay his thoughtfulness and caring ways.
    Deepest Sympathy
    Mrs. B family

  2. Stephanie Green-Perdue

    RIP Unc!! We will miss you all of your stories, your jokes and that smile! The kids were so hurt but they (we) all have a ton of beautiful memories that we’ve all shared with you over the last few years that we all will cherish forever! You would be so happy cheering for your team Michigan right about now….I can hear you now all proud that your team beat Ohio State. Lol Condolences to Kendra and family.
    Love Steph & Don & Children

  3. My life will never be the same without my brother. for all our strength.

  4. Kenny, your dad… Our dad was one of a kind. I could never thank you enough for sharing him with me. Dad will forever in my heart. May he be in God’s memory as he rest.
    Rest easy Dad.

  5. David L.Green, my cousin. Dave was Dave looking back over the years we had some Great times.
    I always look forward to The Ren/Bod Family reunion. All our aunts, uncles and all my cousin in that side of the family would get together. The Best of Times. David would always stay in contact. I don’t think he had a watch or a clock. Don’t matter the time. If he was thinking about you, had a question, or just to say I Love you Big Cuz. He would call.
    I Love you cuz.❤️

  6. Dave is truly going to be missed, but he’s left us with so many wonderful, colorful memories! He’s a guardian angel, just as he tried to protect us here on earth, he’ll protect us from above forever more! With eternal love, Cousin Linda. ❤❤❤✝

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