Inexperienced, Noah H. (Cleveland) – Chattanoogan.com

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Noah H. Green, 83, of Cleveland and former Greasy Creek Ward, passed away peacefully on January 15, 2021 at his daughter’s residence surrounded by his loving family. Noah, affectionately known as “Boss Man,” was a lifelong member of the Fairview Baptist Church, where he served faithfully as a deacon for over 55 years. After 37 years of dedicated and faithful service, he retired from the US Forest Service. After retiring, he worked in the sawmill and sheriff’s department of Polk County until 2017. While working for the sheriff’s department, he befriended many inmates who served in the labor service and continued friendships after their release due to his non-judgmental and loving personality.

He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Gerry Green; beloved daughter, Connie Green-Lipps; Parents, Johnny and Jewel Green; and siblings, Cecil Green, Bill Green, Lois Jackson, Minnie Bain and Louise Jones.

Survivors include his beloved daughters Joyce (Alvin) Hixson, Sharon (Froney) Rymer, Denise (David) Waddell, and Renee (Allen) Martin; Wife Patricia Voyles Green; Stepchildren, Tyson Voyles, Travis Voyles, and Andrea Kuczynski; Grandchildren, Tiffany (Chris) Blackwell, Lance Dobbs, Cory Dobbs, Shelly (Sandy) Wild, Jayson Waddell, Noah Waddell, Samantha (Matt) Welch, and Dylan Cheatham; and great-grandchildren, Daven Blackwell, Caden Blackwell, Alley Wild, Kitt Waddell and Lily Welch.

A Celebration of Life service will be held at Fairview Baptist Church on Monday, January 18 at 2:00 pm, attended by Pastor Chad Maxwell and Pastor Bobby Green. The funeral will take place in the Fairview Baptist Church Cemetery under the direction of Allen Martin. Noah’s grandchildren will serve as pallbearers and great-grandchildren as volunteer pallbearers.

His family will be greeted with friends in the church on Monday, from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. before the service

The family would like to Dr. Tran and the Adoration Hospice staff Stacy, Brandy and Gail express their sincere appreciation.

Notes of sympathy can be shared with the family at www.HigginsFuneral.com.

The arrangements were entrusted to Higgins Funeral Home of Benton.