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Adams Funeral Home of Nixa
Wednesday November 6th, 2019
6:00pm - 8:00pm

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Raymond Green

Raymond Earl Green, age 64 of Springfield, was born February 13th, 1955 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin at Sacred Heart Hospital, the son of Garland Green and Velva (Breivig) Green. In 1974, Raymond graduated from White Hall High School, in White Hall, Wisconsin After High School he moved to Springfield, Missouri in 1976, and was employed with Cox Medical Systems shortly thereafter. It was at Cox he fell completely in love with Teresa Nanette (Tyndall) Green, whom he cherished and provided for till the day he passed. Their love was united on November 25, 1978 at The Church of the Nazarene in Springfield, Missouri. Raymond worked for Cox Health Systems for 43 years, a jack of all trades, Raymond dedicated himself to the dignity and recovery of the men and women he served. He provided in this capacity with a magnanimous grace. His final role was Unit Secretary on the Transitional Care Unit, at the Meyers Orthopedic Hospital. Raymond is survived by: his beloved wife, Teresa Nanette Green; children, his daughter Amanda Leigh Tune and her husband Bradley William Tune, and his son Austin Richard Alan Green; his grandchildren, Olivia Nicole Tune, and Zoey Elizabeth Tune; and his revered siblings, Carole Green, Dennis Green and wife Linda Green, Dale Green and wife Juanita Green, his twin brother Richard Green and wife Wendi Green, and Audrey Elaine Green; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, nephews, and nieces. Raymond was preceded in death by his parents; and brothers, Garland Green and Paul Green. Raymond was a joy for all those that he came across. He adored his grandchildren with all his heart. He was a positive and uplifting force in the world and the stuff of stories, dedicating himself to the ethics and ideals of kindness to others. He was a giving man that went above and beyond anything that was expected of him. Raymond concentrated his efforts on helping others. He dearly loved his fellow man. A visitation service will be held from 6-8 PM Wednesday November 6th at Adams Funeral Home, in Nixa. His ashes will be spread in Cadot, Wisconsin. This great man was loved, adored, and will be truly missed by all.

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Funeral Home Owner Feb 9 2021 12:00 AM

One of a kind!! Ray was a very positive, sweet, kind individual. His love for Teresa was very apparent as well as his love for Amanda & Austin. My heart breaks for you Teresa. You were both blessed to have the never ending love you shared. I am so sorry Ray was taken from this earth way too soon. Heaven has a true angel! Glee Meredith Letterman

Glee Meredith Letterman Nov 7 2019 12:00 AM

Ray was always so nice to me. My condolences to his family.

Stephanie Spradling Nov 7 2019 12:00 AM

Raymond always greeted me every day with "Always a pleasure to see you Glenn!" I will miss that so much.

Glenn Sneed Nov 5 2019 12:00 AM

Raymond was a delight to be around and cared deeply for God and fellow man. We haven't seen each other in over 40 years but the loss from this life is felt although I believe we will see each other again in eternity.

Bill Shireman Nov 4 2019 12:00 AM

I worked with RAYMOND in the good ole Cox North days ,what a sweet guy caring guy! Everyone he met he made you his friend! He will be so missed here on T.C.U.! Its our loss but Heavens gain! Just another angel to watch over us! He loved his family and to you our love and prayers ! Sharon Barton CNA 11-7 shift T.C.U

SHARON BARTON Nov 4 2019 12:00 AM

I worked with Ray for many years and always greeted you with a smile and if you were having a bad day he always brightened your day. Like him, I have a twin brother so we would share stories. I miss working with him. My prayers are with is family in their time of need, God Bless you, Ray. Larry Winsor

Larry D Winsor Nov 3 2019 12:00 AM

I worked with Ray for years at Cox South. He would light up a room. ALWAYS had a smile on his face. His family was everything to him. I a so sorry for your loss.

Pam Snider Nov 3 2019 12:00 AM

Teresa and family, Raymond was a valued team member at TCU. I cherish the years that Raymond was my coworker and friend. May the Lord of all comfort wrap His loving arms around you and give you peace. Becky Fisher

Becky Fisher Nov 2 2019 12:00 AM

Raymond is already so missed. He always called me kiddo and would ask how my day was. It will be so hard to walk down the hall and not see him. I am so sorry for your loss. Keeping you in prayer. Robin King, therapy department

Robin King Nov 2 2019 12:00 AM