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Henry Green

Henry Green


Henry Green Obituary

Henry "Hank" Moss Green III
January 6, 1954 - September 4, 2023
Henry "Hank" Moss Green III, known for his charismatic spirit and love for the outdoors, passed away on September 4, 2023, at 69. Born on January 6, 1954, in Lakehurst, New Jersey, to Henry Moss Green Jr. and Anna Belle.
Hank's love for nature, hunting, and fishing was unwavering. He excelled in sports and was known for his charm and leadership.
His passions for the outdoors led him to various locations, from Miami beaches to Rio Grande ranches. A storyteller at heart, he entertained loved ones with tales of his adventures. Hank's love for music and entrepreneurship were equally remarkable.
He leaves behind a legacy of love, survived by his children Shawn, Moss, Silvia, and Jonathan, along with cherished grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Parkinson Disease, Dementia Society, or Alzheimer's Association.
A Celebration of Life will be held at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio on September 30th at 10 am.
Hank's legacy lives on in the hearts of those touched by his warmth and generosity. He will be deeply missed.
For personal acknowledgement, please sign the online guestbook at in the Tributes section.

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09/12/23 11:47 AM #1    

Les Romo

Sorry to hear that Hank died.  He was a  great guy.  Anyone know what happened? RIP Hank - Les

09/13/23 07:38 PM #2    

Barbara Conrey

I worked for Jimmy Green for many years and saw Hank on a very regular basis. He was diagnosed with dementia several years ago, he fought it with exercise but it was a slow, painful journey. He also had Parkinson's. He was always kind and friendly and we shared some good memories. 

09/14/23 11:49 AM #3    

Valerie Ellis (Overstreet)

I'm so sorry to hear that.  Those are two diseases that rob the person and the family of so much. I'm glad to hear he fought it.  That is a valiant fight!  God bless him and all of his family and friends.  

09/15/23 11:34 AM #4    

Cheri Bell (Pendergraft)

Very sad news. Hank was very sweet & kind.
It's so hard to hear each time one of our dear classmates passes from this life.
We are all getting to that age, but as long as we have breath, we have purpose. God's not done with us yet! 

09/16/23 08:50 AM #5    

James Nelson

Hank was a good friend throughout high school and after.  We weren't running buddies but he was always involved, good to know and be with.  At some of the earlier class reunions he always had some great stories about his life and career after high school.  I'm certain it was difficult losing his younger brother at such an early age and then to come down with such a dibilitating disease.  Rest in peace my friend.  You are not forgotten.

09/17/23 03:44 PM #6    

Gaylon George

Like so many of you I got to know Hank when I came to Mac as a Junior. Like James mentioned I wasn't one of his running  buddies, but I always enjoyed our conversations. I consider it a shame on my part for not keeping up with more of my classmates after high school. It is so heart rendering when I realize we have lost another classmate. Thanks to all of you for contributing information about Hank after high school. I know he will be missed by his family and friends. God Bless all of them.

09/17/23 04:45 PM #7    

Mark Waldrep

Hank always had a smile, was positive and reflected a gentle spirit. Those that knew him well are blessed.

09/18/23 06:13 PM #8    

Margaret Ashman (Shannon)

I'm saddened to learn of Hank's death. I was so glad to have been able to visit with him at our 40th reunion on Friday evening.  

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